Golf News for Tuesday, November 23, 2010
"My Cobra driver and irons have really helped me boost my game this year," Ian Poulter said. "I am especially impressed with the ZL Driver, this is my third win using it and the first using the all-white version. I like the visual of it, it's really very cool. It's unique and different than any driver I've seen -- plus its performance is great, too. Just like the ZL Driver that I've used all year." [... more » ]
"Its been a fantastic season, and to top it off we were again blessed with good weather for the final and watched Shane (Davies) repeat his performance of 2009," said Tournament Director Colin Astbury. [... more » ]
"I am delighted to have the opportunity to share some thoughts around sustainability as a business driver with the leading decision makers in the golf industry," Jan Peter Bergkvist said. [... more » ]
"I've been playing an Adams Golf driver and hybrid for the past several seasons," said Moore. "The quality and level of technology Adams Golf puts into each and every club was evident from the first time I tried them." [... more » ]
Receiving the Master Golf Clubfitter honor was Kathy Jensen, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Also receiving the Master Golf Clubfitter honor was Jeff Mansfield from Wallacia, NSW, Australia. [... more » ]
"Tourism is big business in Virginia," said Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling. "The Virginia Golf Trail is a great addition to our state's tourism portfolio, and I have no doubt it will help boost our state's economy." [... more » ]
"We're confident his knowledge and experience will help expand Miura Golf's exposure around the world," said Bill Holowaty, Executive VP, Product Strategies. "I can't tell you how excited we are." [... more » ]
"Nick is well deserving of this prestigious award, and we are all thrilled that he is being recognized by his peers for this great achievement," said Brett Meabon, Director of Golf at Shadow Ridge Golf Club. [... more » ]
"We're excited about the prospect of reaching new customers through this collaborative medium," said owner Christina Thompson. "There really is no downside for us or our affiliates." [... more » ]
Pinehurst No. 2 is closed this winter for its Bill Coore-Ben Crenshaw renovation project leading up to the 2014 U.S. Open and Women's Open. But that hardly puts a wrench in Pinehurst Resort’s golf and spa offerings. This winter, you can stay and play in Pinehurst for as low as $199, which includes a night's stay in the Carolina Hotel, a daily breakfast buffet and rounds on any of the other seven golf courses. [... more » ]