Golf News for Tuesday, January 5, 2010
"Bob Hope was such a strong supporter of our armed services, we want to be sure that any active military personnel can attend," said Bob Hope Classic President and Tournament Chairman John Foster. [... more » ]
"Sweetgrass, Island Resort & Casino and the Hannahville Band of the Potawatomi Nation are extremely gratified to receive this award," said Island Resort & Casino General Manager Tom McChesney. [... more » ]
"When I finally saw the movie over opening weekend I was thrilled to see the putter get some solid screen time," said Josh Fischer, marketing director for Louisville Golf. [... more » ]
"A lot of new putters come along every year but nothing turned heads like the Utopia Putter," said Tony Leodora, host of GolfTalk Live. "A number of players tested both models." [... more » ]
"The Sumi-G head covers are a solid addition to the golf scene," said Jeffrey Reed, editor, London Ontario Golf. "They offer attractive, tough-as-nails protection for valuable golf clubs." [... more » ]
"We have noticed a sense of urgency in clients' voices recently - they want to move ahead, plan, prepare drawings and approvals, and ramp up again," said Chief Design Officer Bruce Charlton. [... more » ]
"This year's conference will focus on helping attendees find their way out of those business sand traps during these challenging times, with recovery strategies for the next decade" said Jack Crittenden, Editor-in-Chief of Golf Inc. [... more » ]
"I am so happy to be representing these tremendous golf tools" said PGA golf pro and reknowned golf instructor Greg Smith. "The golf marketplace in South Africa is huge." [... more » ]
"Members of the Canadian Rockies Golf consortium are gratified by Golf Odyssey's judgment," said Gordon Schultz, spokesman for the CRG, six world-class properties offering 135 holes of mountain golf. [... more » ]
"If you want to relax and enjoy a vacation after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, but are feeling a little short on cash, this is a great package," said Jann Walker, director of marketing at Pawleys Plantation. [... more » ]
While "The Hangover" took the popular mancation premise and shredded it with a lot of stereotypes, it showed that Las Vegas and buddy trips are still a lightning rod for attraction. One other complaint about the movie is the foursome didn’t touch a golf club, which is a major party foul. [... more » ]