Golf News for Friday, January 15, 2010
"The SBS Championship consists of champions from the 2009 PGA Tour season, so it's a highly competitive tournament with some of the best players in the world," said Scott Hennessy, CEO of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"We're confident we'll see many more PGA pros turning to SteelFiber because the composite technology brings the material benefits of both steel and graphite together," said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. [... more » ]
"We've taken our proven technologies and combined them with insight on where average golfers make contact on the club face, then moved the sweet spot," said Dr. Alan Hocknell, a Senior VP at Callaway Golf. [... more » ]
"We are excited to show our 2010 model line consisting of the best selling remote controlled Bat-Caddy X3R, and the two manually controlled caddies X2 Pro and X3," said Peter Hanneforth, Bat-Caddy President. [... more » ]
"Embodying the simple, easy lifestyle look, the Newport collection pairs classic colors with more contemporary prints to complement any outfit," said Keri Murschell, company founder. [... more » ]
"The Train Reaction Device is literally revolutionizing the way we travel, and these commercials not only illustrate how easy it is to use, but include real-life testimonials," said company founder Jeff Herold. [... more » ]
"This new retriever sits right at the physical limits for compact retrievers," said Jim Light, President of Pro Line Sports. "Our retailers asked for it, and we weren't sure we could pull it off...but sure enough we did!" [... more » ]
"It is one of the few times when golfers can actually test the newest products on the market, get great prices, and meet the reps direct so they know they are buying the right products," said Dan Lawrence, Golf Fest Event Manager. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased for this opportunity to join the golf industry with the debut of our newest product - Golf Grapplers, to golf's most influential retailers from around the world," said Kent Keith, President of RGA. [... more » ]
A reader has written in with a Scotland golf question regarding national memberships: "I saw your article on Craigielaw Golf Club near Gullane, Scotland in July 2009. I’m trying to find a birthday present for a 4-handicap golfer. It’s either a 'country membership' to Craigielaw which is 100 miles from us and accessible or Dornoch which is 200 miles and not very accessible. Would be grateful for your thoughts. - Liz" [... more » ]