Golf News for Thursday, October 21, 2010
"We're thrilled to give golfers the chance to play one of the best courses in Hawaii and one of the most acclaimed courses in the entire country at this special rate," said Steve Murphy, Prince Course Director of Golf, PGA. [... more » ]
The magazine selected Bayonet as one of its top choices among hundreds of others in the Northern California region, writing, "It is a great course and a tremendous test of golf." [... more » ]
"The test results go hand-in-hand with the fact that so many of the world's best players trust the Epoch's performance advantages to help them win on Tour," said B.J. Maloy, Founder and CEO of Evolve Golf. [... more » ]
"We congratulate the winner on becoming the first rookie to win on the LPGA this year," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. "We are pleased that the winner has opted to play these shafts." [... more » ]
Nike Golf has enhanced the VR Blade irons in its line with the introduction of the new VR Pro Blades. With new X3X high frequency grooves and a more precise forging process, Nike Golf has created the most exact iron faces in its history. [... more » ]
"We're proud that we were able to showcase the great state of Mississippi to a large audience of golf fans," said Viking Classic Tournament Director Randy Watkins. [... more » ]
"Dave and I are opposites, but we're also a pair," said Geiberger with a laugh. "Being inducted into this Hall of Fame is an honor, and brings back some great memories. It's perfect." [... more » ]
Anthony Paolucci of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., headlines the 12 boys on the Rolex Junior All-America First Team. A four-time Rolex Junior All-American, Paolucci posted six top-five finishes in 2010. [... more » ]
With local reports swirling about Bali Hai Golf Club being shut down to build a commercial and industrial park, our man in Las Vegas, Bill Bowman, reports that Bali Hai is alive and well and it should be three years at the earliest before the course goes anywhere. [... more » ]
"There are very few options when it comes to helping cancer survivors who have endured so much. Cancer for College and the game of golf are a great combination," said Rich Iorio, campus director at GAA San Diego. [... more » ]