Golf News for Friday, October 8, 2010
"The pocket cavity long irons look, feel and sound just like a blade iron, but it is much easier to get the ball in the air with these compared to blades," said Nike Tour Athlete Justin Leonard. [... more » ]
"Over the past two years, we've experienced great success on both the PGA and Nationwide tours with our Classic putter line," said Chuck Thiry, Brand Manager for Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
Bill Haas was the model of consistency during his win at the Viking Classic, relying on the Pro V1x golf ball and his complete bag of Titleist equipment, including the new 910D2 driver. [... more » ]
Graeme McDowell and Martin Kaymer will join South African's Louis Oosthuizen and Ernie Els at the Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda from Oct. 18-20, with the title "Champion of Champions" on the line. [... more » ]
"Centennial is thrilled to give back to our loyal golfers with unbeatable greens fees," said Brian Loveday, General Manager of Centennial. "The course is in excellent condition and we anticipate a day filled with fun and revelry." [... more » ]
"This is a quick, easy, dynamic fitting process that the golfer being fit can totally understand because they can see the feedback," said Dean Thompson, inventor of the Z Factor Perfect Putting Machine. [... more » ]
While the fall season is an optimal time for golfers to visit the scenic Pocono Mountains and its impressive roster of more than 35 courses, there is plenty more to do in the coming weeks than tee it up amongst the spectacular foliage. [... more » ]
"The GCSAA Education Conference and the Golf Industry Show are recognized for their high quality," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy, CGCS. "These are must-attend events in the golf industry." [... more » ]
"We are offering a Special Edition Collection of merchandise that will help raise funds for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment," said Andy Bell, the President of Fairway & Greene. [... more » ]
We just received a letter from Michael, a reader from Ireland planning a Myrtle Beach golf vacation for April. It's always great to hear about visitors from overseas coming to the States for a Myrtle Beach golf trip. But I'm sure the sheer choice, about 100 courses, means it can be tough to narrow it down. Here's what he's looking for ... [... more » ]
In the wake of the BP oil spill, the locals have turned to humor to keep from crying. Tourism dollars are way down at the dozens of seafood restaurants, bars, golf courses and condo hotels lining the strip. Maybe brighter days could be ahead. There's no better time to visit the region than now. [... more » ]