Golf News for Thursday, January 21, 2010
PowerBilt surprised the golf industry a year ago by introducing the Air Force One - arguably the most innovative club on the market because it uses nitrogen gas to support the face. Now, the second generation is ready with many improvements over the original. [... more » ]
"Game improvement has always been the pillar of Etonic's success," said Kent Wheeler, director of sales and marketing. "The Powerplay Outsole System is another example of Etonic's patented technology." [... more » ]
"We thank Reynolds Plantation for hosting our networking breakfast at the PGA Show again this year and look forward to welcoming Michael Whan, the new LPGA commissioner," said Pam Swensen, CEO of the EWGA. [... more » ]
"As a part of our expanded show presence, we're thrilled attendees will experience our premium, refinished balls," said Gary Shienfield, CEO of Knetgolf / GolfBallsOnly. [... more » ]
"Fred remains one of the world's most popular players and it's great to be a part of the excitement he's bringing to the upcoming Champions Tour season," said Jesper Thuen, Sponsor and Event Manager, ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
"If ever there was a year in which our charitable contributions could help, this is certainly the one," said Classic President John Foster. "We are very pleased to be able to continue to extend our helping hand this year." [... more » ]
"We recognize the important role that the Club Professional plays in not only arranging tours to Scotland and Ireland for their members but also in disseminating information," said Jeremy Findlay, company CEO. [... more » ]
"We beta tested plenty of GPS models over the last year", said Todd Van Meer, Harmony Golf Preserve's Head Golf Professional. "We wanted a simple system that was relatively maintenance free." [... more » ]
"The vision Colleen and I formulated for The Ranch Club four years ago is now in place," said The Ranch Club co-founder John Powers. "We are now ready and equipped to share it with more people." [... more » ]
With rounds and occupancy rates down at a lot of resorts, they've been left with the option to either offer discounts on 18 holes, or charge full boat but let guests golf til' they drop – and many resorts seem to prefer the latter. [... more » ]