Golf News for Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the Deutsche Bank Championship with 63 players, compared to 10 for the nearest competitor. Titleist was also first in iron sets (23), wedges (79) and putters (35). [... more » ]
"It was definitely a great week. I've been playing great," said Pettersen. "I've been hitting my irons very solid all week." Pettersen used Nike Golf's Victory Red (VR) Forged Split Cavity irons. [... more » ]
"I think it is great that from a global aspect China is at the forefront; they are leaders of the pack in the growth and development of the game," said Norman. "I think it will stay that way." [... more » ]
"We look forward to seeing how these incredible collegiate golfers handle the many intricacies and nuances here at The Territory," said Rick Braught, who along with his wife Barbara, owns the club. [... more » ]
"For the big-game hunters of golf looking to knock off some of the best courses and resorts in the country, now is a good time to do it," said Matt Ginella, Golf Digest Travel Editor. [... more » ]
"Ahead and our sales team really believe in the mission to support our fallen heroes families and worked hard in promoting this program over the last 6 weeks," said Jeff Waller, national sales manager, Ahead. [... more » ]
"Our balls, in many cases, were hit just once and lost, so neither performance nor appearance is affected. The major difference is Knetgolf leaves consumers with extra money," said Gary Shienfield, CEO of Knetgolf. [... more » ]
"Although Sunice has been present in the US market for years this truly represents a new beginning for the brand as historically we have worked through various US based partners," said Mark Fletcher, President of Sunice. [... more » ]
"We are confident that we can optimize the performance of clubs and resorts on the Costa del Sol, help them collectively regain market share and compete with the very best," said Michael Longshaw, CEO of IGRM. [... more » ]
"Golfers were long considered among the most out-of-shape athletes, but today roughly 85 percent of professional tour players are completely dedicated to a daily workout regimen," said John Aglialoro, CYBEX CEO. [... more » ]
The Golf Channel's fitness expert, Katherine Roberts outlines a precise combination of flexibility and strength training. With tips and step-by-step guidance for warming-up properly, developing a stronger, healthier back and core, obtaining better balance, and longevity in the game, Swing Flaws and Fitness Fixes will get any golfer in shape to play their best. [... more » ]
"We are excited to be attending the HFTP Annual Convention this year," said Tom Howard, ClubPay President. "We have some new things to share with attendees this year." [... more » ]
"Learning about how to improve your body to play better golf is what it is all about, made our decision to partner with this group a no-brainer," said Steve Gomen, Publisher of Golf Fitness Magazine. [... more » ]
"While our destination is enticing year-round, the colors of autumn add a unique dimension to the Pocono Mountains," said Carl Wilgus, President and CEO of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
You can burn through multiple tanks of gas traversing all of Minnesota's highways, byways and fairways in search of the state's best golf. But if time and efficiency are the watchwords, there's one single destination that will satisfy: Brainerd Lakes Region, less than three hours from the Twin Cities. [... more » ]
 
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