Golf News for Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Golf Channel announced that its industry-leading tee-time business, GolfNow.com, will expand further internationally in 2011 with top golf destinations Ireland and the United Kingdom leading the way. With an initial focus on courses in Ireland and Northern Ireland, Golf Channel plans to integrate and promote the top courses in these destinations to its vast on-air and online audience. [... more » ]
"We are excited to combine our team's sport science research and development with SKLZ product expertise and distribution," said Mark Verstegen, President and Founder of Athletes' Performance. [... more » ]
Furyk won the Transitions Championship, Verizon Heritage and Tour Championship, ranking second in the money list and finished fifth (69.83) in the adjusted scoring average list. [... more » ]
"Aldila's RIP Technology continues to prove itself on Tour week after week," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. "Aldila engineers were able to completely rethink golf shaft design and performance." [... more » ]
"It's great to once again capture a dual victory weekend on the professional tours," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. "Our products continue to see success across all tours." [... more » ]
"It is interesting talking to golfers as they come in from their rounds - you can see the exhilaration and enjoyment in their faces," said Chris White, General Manager at Yas Links Abu Dhabi. [... more » ]
"Stuart's victory is the perfect way to cap an amazing year for ECCO, both on the course and at retail," said Jesper Thuen, Sponsor and Event Manager, ECCO Golf. "The momentum we have going in to 2011 is just incredible." [... more » ]
"We had high expectations for this event, and they were far exceeded as consumers came out in mass to participate in the Expo," said Ed Thatcher, Orlando Superstore Manager, Edwin Watts Golf Shops. [... more » ]
"Steve's leadership and expertise, along with his staff's commitment to excellence are why the Prince Course shines," said Sue Kanoho, Executive Director of the Kaua'i Visitors Bureau in Hawaii. [... more » ]