Golf News for Tuesday, October 26, 2010
"Like any good player knows, nowhere is feel, control, and precision more important than in your wedge game," said Dick Lyons, Vice President and General Manager of Mizuno USA, Golf Division. [... more » ]
Bay Hill Club & Lodge, host of the annual Arnold Palmer Invitational on the PGA Tour, is this week's featured golf course at OrlandoGolf.com, the leading site for anyone planning to play golf in Orlando. [... more » ]
The Nike Performance Carry bag has a new dual color 14-way full-length divider system with a 9.5-inch oval top. For convenience, there are 10 strategically placed pockets, eight of which are zippered. [... more » ]
"We're obviously very proud of our Spring 2011 Outerwear Collection," said Mark Fletcher, president of Sunice. "We have continued our tradition of providing golfers with added technological advancements." [... more » ]
"Mesa is proud of our green companies," said Scott Smith, Mayor of the City of Mesa, Arizona. "It is exciting to see Dixon Golf's research, development and fulfillment operations grow in our community." [... more » ]
"I am very proud to have collected these awards on behalf for our golf club. There are so many people to thank," said Banyan Golf Club, Hua Hin's General Manager Stacey Walton. [... more » ]
"Congratulations to Eric, Chris, Stacy and Jason. They represent our hard-working, ingenious membership very well, while beginning very successful careers," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy, CGCS. [... more » ]
Anthony Paolucci finished the season No. 1 in the Polo Golf Rankings while Kristen Park was No. 2 in the girls rankings, helping them earn this distinction and secure spots on their respective Rolex Junior All-America First Teams. [... more » ]
According to Institute Co-Chairmen Ali Harivandi, Ph.D. and Rodney Muller, conference topics will span everything from managing key resources such as water and power to studying successful recycling programs. [... more » ]
"This year's Summit was totally different in its mission in that it was designed to identify some of the most pressing challenges faced by the golf industry," said Mike Sebastian, CEO of the Asia Pacific Golf Group. [... more » ]
Generally, I lean to the side of those who believe we have too many of these halls, too many historical buildings and we just generally hang on to too many things for too long. But one thing is for certain: in terms of golf history, Texas is a hard state to beat, and its golf heritage should certainly be preserved. [... more » ]
There are a lot of great competitions worth traveling for throughout the United States for Amateur golfers, whether it's in Las Vegas, Florida, Myrtle Beach or in many states with Golf Channel's Am Tour. If you're looking to get exotic with your golf competition, consider this event from GolfAsian.com: the 2011 Amateur Golf Series in Thailand. [... more » ]