Golf News for Tuesday, January 12, 2010
"The new DB4, like all of the SeeMore putters before it, is one that solves one of the most fundamental problems in putting, that of consistently accurate alignment," said Jim Grundberg, SeeMore's Managing Partner. [... more » ]
"In creating the Black Series Tour Designs putters, we consulted with some of the greatest players in the game, including Phil Mickelson," said Austie Rollinson, Principal Designer for Odyssey Golf. [... more » ]
"We're extremely proud of the fact that all three of our brands earned such high marks for performance, innovation, aesthetics and demand," said Greg Hopkins, President/CEO of Cleveland Golf/Srixon and Never Compromise. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to welcome Franklin American Mortgage Company as a sponsor," said John Foster, Bob Hope Classic president and tournament chairman. [... more » ]
"I am very happy to be forming this partnership with The First Tee and look forward to our companies growing together," said John Iacono, Founder and C.E.O of Excel Golf Products, Inc. [... more » ]
" I grew up wearing FootJoy golf shoes and gloves so putting them on again is a bit of a home-coming for me," said Ogilvy. "I've been using the new products and they're fantastic." [... more » ]
"We appreciate Tee-2-Green partnering with us to support our members, the association and the industry," said Golf Course Superintendents Association of America CEO Mark Woodward. [... more » ]
"We look for the most compelling means of demonstrating our products at the PGA Show and aboutGolf was just the partner to assist us," said Greg Swartz, PING's Director of Innovation. [... more » ]
"We are excited to offer our management expertise to The Country Club of the South," said Andy Crosson, Executive VP of Heritage Golf Group. "Heritage Golf Group is able to provide significant resources." [... more » ]
I thought we were done with all of the baggage fee hikes on airlines, but it looks like they still lack creativity in coming up with new revenue streams and would rather unfairly nail sports and family travelers who usually bring more luggage along with them during travel. [... more » ]