Golf News for Friday, October 29, 2010
"The primary reason for Aldila's popularity across the professional tours has been the unmatched performance of the technology in the RIP and VooDoo shafts," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"We are being contacted by tour players from around the world who are now wanting to play Aerotech shafts, so we're really excited about the upcoming 2011 season," said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. [... more » ]
"I'm really excited," said Owens. "Obviously, I've known of Treetops and Rick Smith from day one and admired the resort from a far and I am excited to be working with Rick and the staff here." [... more » ]
"Brooks is taking responsibility of a great territory for us", said Kevin Norcross, Department Manager of Direct Sales and Marketing for Yamaha, "and I look forward to him having a long and successful career." [... more » ]
"The Reverse Scramble" is a terrific format," said Brandt Snedeker, who won the ADT Skills Challenge last year. "If you don't hit a good shot, you let yourself down and you really let your partner down." [... more » ]
"I'm very proud to have Jonathan win his fourth career PGA Tour title," said Mike Shannon, PGA Teaching Professional and Putting Instructor at Sea Island Golf Learning Center. [... more » ]
"The manner in which Jonathan won was just incredible and we're so proud of his accomplishment," said Mark Kent, President and CEO of KentWool. "It's not every day your product helps create PGA Tour history." [... more » ]
"The timing was right to formally partner with Patrick, who has an incredible pedigree, including his previous work designing our highly popular Panorama Composite Hybrid," said Jeff Herold, company founder. [... more » ]
Just as geese fly south come winter, so do people. Many drive. Coming from the northeast, the route typically follows I-95 all the way from Canada to Miami. Why not break up your trip with a few days stop in Myrtle Beach, the Promised Land for golf, quick food and inexpensive digs. [... more » ]
Maybe the next time a world class soccer player falls over, it's not diving but from climbing out of a giant bunker the day before. Or maybe, it's finally time for more UK golf courses to get carts - so pro soccer players won't get so tired. [... more » ]