Golf News for Monday, January 11, 2010
"We take great pride in our affiliation with the USGA and NCGA and we're honored to be involved," said says Dick Fitzgerald, project director for owner/operator Seaside Resort Development. [... more » ]
"We're proud to be cited as a true gem among the wealth of activities and entertainment that Central Ohio has to offer," said Joseph Livingood, senior VP, Billy Casper Golf, which manages Longaberger Golf Club. [... more » ]
"PGA Professionals, retailers and golf leaders are recognizing the significance of utilizing the increasing abundance of resources available in one setting," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group VP and GM Ed Several. [... more » ]
"Cobra Golf is pleased to participate in the PGA Merchandise Show again in 2010, as a show floor exhibitor and at the Outdoor Demo Day," said Brian Zender, Cobra Golf General Manager. [... more » ]
"Both of these models have received praise on the new redesign. In fact, as soon as retailers saw them they started placing orders," said Steve Henneman, STX Director of Golf. [... more » ]
"It is a great honor to once again win this award," said Weeks. "Teaching kids the game is such a rewarding experience. I love watching them grow to the point where they can play at a high competitive level." [... more » ]
"We are excited about the future of Utopia Golf Products and the appointment of Jim Hames as director of sales," said Scott Saunders, president of Utopia Golf Products. [... more » ]
"The Sticks for Kids program is continuing to grow at an astonishing rate. We are reaching out to a record number of youth that otherwise wouldn't have the opportunity," said Bill Kubly, Foundation president. [... more » ]
"Mike, Rich and the Carolinas GCSA are such passionate leaders in our industry," said GCSAA President Mark D. Kuhns. "It is an honor to recognize their government relations work." [... more » ]
Here we go again. Everybody seems to be crying about the sad sorry plight of the golf industry. Golf courses are closing, architectural staffs are being reduced, Tom Fazio is said to be spending more time on the course playing the game rather then plotting new holes (and reportedly enjoying it), rounds are down and the number of golfers is declining. Stop whining. We have been here before. [... more » ]
New golf equipment is arriving almost daily, begging for thorough testing and review. This sounds pretty great, but with a foot of snow covering the ground and high temperatures in the teens, it’s just torture. At least I have the NFL playoffs to fill my golfless hours on the weekends. And even better, I have a handsome bottle of Johnnie Walker Black to keep me company. [... more » ]