Golf News for Wednesday, October 6, 2010
"I am thrilled to have Antigua design the clothes for the 2011 U.S. Solheim Cup Team," said U.S. Captain Rosie Jones. "To be the best, it is very important for our players to feel comfortable on the golf course." [... more » ]
"His win marks the 28th time Graphite Design shafts have been used by the winner of a U.S. Tour event in 2010," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The Old American's best-in-class layout, services and amenities make it the perfect place for a round of golf with friends, family or business associates," said Jeff Kindred, PGA General Manager. [... more » ]
"Mark Goldstein with Titleist and John Murphy with Footjoy have been instrumental over the past 13 years with their help in making Pembroke Lakes Golf Shop successful," said Ferguson on his award. [... more » ]
"Exhibitors will appreciate having the equipment managers on the trade show floor because they are a great source of information," said Mike Hughes, CEO of the National Golf Course Owners Association. [... more » ]
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities begin, Wilson Golf, the Chicago-based company whose irons have captured more Major Championship titles than any other golf club manufacturer - 61 - announced it will once again support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation by donating one percent of sales of its Hope line of premium women's golf equipment to support clinical and genetic research worldwide. [... more » ]
"HP is delighted once again to recognize academic excellence with the naming of the 2010 HP Scholastic Junior All-America Team," said John Dayan, a Vice President with Hewlett Packard. [... more » ]
Two years ago at Valhalla, Hunter Mahan was jumping around the 17th green, having holed an improbable putt that ultimately sealed the USA victory in the 2008 Ryder Cup. He was a hero, having been undefeated in all five of his matches. Surely, this was the thrill of victory. Now, Hunter Mahan knows the agony of defeat. [... more » ]
Blisters, much like the yips, are something a golfer never thinks about. Until they arrive. Then the problem becomes all-consuming, superseding nearly every other on-course concern. While curing the yips is a mystery best left to a sports psychologist, curing blisters is easy: Wear Kentwool socks. [... more » ]
As the destination enjoys the last bit of fall color and crisp, sunny days to enjoy an afternoon round, many courses are offering pro-shop sales that are perfect for early holiday gift giving. [... more » ]