Golf News for Monday, November 1, 2010
"Juli has been a tremendous asset to Tiger Shark over the years and we are proud of her continued success on the LPGA Tour," said Tiger Shark President Dean Dingman. "She has been an inspiration." [... more » ]
"This partnership says a lot about both groups; it speaks to the Fiesta Bowl being a forward-thinking organization, as well as to our growing prominence in the golf space," said Dixon Golf CEO William Carey. [... more » ]
"Through our research, we've come to understand what women want in a putter in the areas of look, feel and styling," said Austie Rollinson, Principal Designer for Odyssey. "We really focused on those attributes." [... more » ]
"We are committed to growing the game that gives so much back to families and communities," said Kris Wilson, company founder. "We believe the industry must focus more on children's golf." [... more » ]
"Brittany Lincicome's exciting play has captured the admiration of golf fans around the world," said Jay (Hun Jun) Jang, the President and CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investments (USA). [... more » ]
"Our partnership has proven to be a win-win relationship and from our perspective we see no better venue to test our innovative traction technology," said Harris MacNeill, CEO of CHAMP/ MacNeill Engineering. [... more » ]
"We are getting better service, better response and better options for a better price," said Jim Slater, Controller of Bear Lakes Country Club. "The decision to select ClubPay was determined by positive reviews." [... more » ]
"We are very pleased to have the Utah Golf Association," said Christie L. Austin, chairman of the USGA's GHIN committee. "We look forward to helping the UGA serve the game of golf in Utah." [... more » ]
If you’re in lousy shape or inflexible, swinging a golf club can be difficult. To get better, you really have two choices: improve your physical fitness or find a golf swing that’s easier on the body. Lately, I’ve been intrigued with an instructional program devised by Dallas-area instructor C.J. Goecks, who teaches at the TPC at Craig Ranch. [... more » ]