Golf News for Friday, November 19, 2010
"The Flipper is based on our ever-popular Acer XK Chipper that measures 37° loft and is perfect for producing that pitch and run shot around the green," said Technical Director Jeff Summitt. [... more » ]
Ryo Ishikawa had a total of seven birdies and two bogeys on Taiheiyo Club's Gotemba Course, where he closed with a birdie to secure the win and breathe new life into his bid to retain the Japan Golf Tour money title. [... more » ]
Adam Scott relied on the Pro V1 golf ball and a complete bag of Titleist equipment as he outlasted a strong international field en route to his seventh European Tour title and the 18th professional win of his career. [... more » ]
"12 Nights at the Academy is an opportunity for us to treat our viewers this holiday season to something very special," said Tom Stathakes, Golf Channel senior vice president of programming, production and operations. [... more » ]
"It is always exciting, as well as gratifying, for The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain to add to its record of growing achievements," said Alan Federer, general manager. "Each award and ranking is special." [... more » ]
"This is such a good piece of land for golf," said Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design. "The variety of contours created by the mining process is unique for a project in Florida, or anywhere in the Southeast." [... more » ]
"We are excited to expand our relationship with Ryan, especially since he has carried some of our clubs in his bag for several seasons now," said Chip Brewer, Adams Golf president and CEO. [... more » ]
Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club would like to invite golfers to swing in to the holiday season at the Fourth Annual Holiday Invitational on Sunday, Dec. 5. In the spirit of holiday giving, the four-man team scramble golf tournament is again collecting unwrapped gifts for the Toys for Tots program. [... more » ]
Mr. McNeil stressed that understanding the value of the golf course within the environmental, economic and social landscape in many ways begins at the academic level. [... more » ]
It’s amazing that people aren’t injured by golf balls more often – at every level. I’m shocked people aren’t killed in pro-ams. The combo of nervous high-handicappers playing in front of a large gallery seems like a recipe for one of those fatal temple shots. [... more » ]