Golf News for Monday, October 11, 2010
"Tom Hoch was selected because of its expertise and reputation for designing and building quality clubhouse interiors that stand the test of time," said Steve Schaller, Falcon's Fire general manager. [... more » ]
"This is my first year as part of the EWGA. It's been a great way to get back into golf after being away from it for five years," said 27-year-old Sarah Loomis, the 2010 EWGA Championship winner. [... more » ]
"This was a well-earned victory for the winner of the Ensure Classic and we are pleased that he chose to play a Graphite Design shaft," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The new website is an amazing resource for all golfers looking to play anywhere in the Myrtle Beach area," said Jim Woodring, vice president of golf operations and marketing. [... more » ]
"Women golfers have been on the lookout for an online retailer like Golf4Her," said Nancy Robitaille, Fila Golf principal designer. "This relationship is a natural fit given the shared belief." [... more » ]
"This is a great honor and privilege to be chosen to serve on this important committee. I'm eager and enthusiastic about working on this significant and valuable initiative," said Kevin Donnellon. [... more » ]
"What we'll surely remember and admire about Lyle was his ability to lead by example," said Monte Koch, NCPGA President and PGA Professional, "Lyle lead a sincere life with care for others." [... more » ]
The TGGA has been operating less than three years and understands the many challenges Malaysia faces emerging into the golf world and the MGA's commitment to raise the level of junior golf in their country. [... more » ]
Traveling to Kauai this week confirmed what I already knew: all the Hawaiian islands are unique. Known as the Garden Isle, Kauai lives up to its nickname with magnificent flowering trees and vegetation everywhere, and the golf courses reflect that. Here are five things I took away from Kauai ... [... more » ]