Golf News for Tuesday, January 26, 2010
"Grim forecasts for 2009 business meetings galvanized us to focus more on leisure travelers and improving our appeal to families," says Ian Edwards, Celtic Manor's Vice-President of Operations. "This has brought our overall room occupancy up to record levels, while the golf courses, bars and restaurants have never been busier." [... more » ]
"We launched OnPar at the Show last year and the attendees certainly confirmed the unique positioning we feel the device holds in the golf rangefinder marketplace," said Brian York, OnPar CEO. [... more » ]
"We've taken some of the most popular designs from our core collection and created a program that allows buyers to easily customize everything for their specific needs," said co-founder Geoff Tait. [... more » ]
"The response to Dawgs Golf shoes has been outstanding, and we believe our new Ultralite Golf Spirit line will be welcomed enthusiastically," said Steve Mann, founder, president and CEO of Dawgs Golf. [... more » ]
"I look forward to sharing many successes with SunGard, a company that has an impressive reputation among the business community," said Jim Furyk, currently ranked fifth in the Official World Golf Rating. [... more » ]
"Pinpoint gives golf course managers the insight to improve at-course interaction by reaching out to customers and driving or crafting personalized programs," said Michael Lengel, Founding Partner of Pinpoint. [... more » ]
"The Focus Band is the most interesting and dynamic product we have seen. It is going to open up a whole new area in mind training for sports," said Graham Boulton of T2 Green. [... more » ]
"We take pride in developing relationships that are productive, long lasting and most of all fun, much like the courses we design," said Robert McNeil, of McNeil Design Collaborative and McNeil Construction. [... more » ]
"It will take time to grow the Golf Hole Hall of Fame," said Forrest Richardson, a founder. "Like all of the other great hall of fames, you do not begin with a full and complete list. It's a work in progress." [... more » ]
"Brian's professional achievements are impressive," said Jim Sartain, CEO of ICS. "He's realized significant sales growth for many prestigious companies throughout his career." [... more » ]
"It was a great challenge because you want to respect the history and tradition of the course and I did a lot of research on Hebert Tweedie," said Raymond Hearn, Michigan golf architect. [... more » ]