Golf News for Tuesday, November 9, 2010
"Bob Hope was one of the pioneers that had a lot to do with the entertainment industry supporting golf," said golf legend Arnold Palmer, the only five-time winner of the Classic. [... more » ]
The new Women's HB Irons are the latest hybrid irons featuring full-hollow construction. The new Women's CG Classic Collection Putter features a platinum finish with a CNC milled face. [... more » ]
"It's been a year since my first win with my Cobra ZL Driver, and what a better way to celebrate it than with this Limited Edition model," said Ian Poulter. "I like the visual of the new white ZL, it's really very cool." [... more » ]
"Our objective was to create a club and style so dependable and stable that the sensation would quickly become the same," said John Ambrose, inventor of the L2 Putter and developer of the Lateral Line style. [... more » ]
"We are proud that seven highly skilled golfers played Fourteen Golf equipment to finish in the Top-10. It is a real honor to have these gifted players use our product," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
During a charity fundraiser for Sacred Heart Hospital held at the Lehigh Country Club, Brian Farrell of Center Valley, PA scored the world record low total of 14 over nine putts in Puttle. [... more » ]
"For golfers in the region and even the Bay Area, the Winter Golf Special is a tremendous opportunity to experience Saddle Creek's resort amenities," said Bob Higgins, General Manager. [... more » ]
"Eric has re-energized ClubCorp and has his eyes set on new course acquisitions at a time when most golf course owners, especially private clubs, are retreating," said Jack Crittenden, Golf Inc. editor-in-chief. [... more » ]
"Hiring this team was an instrumental initiative in Trion:Z's goal to further penetrate the golf category. They came highly recommended to us and we're confident that this partnership will prosper," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
Back in America, most of us knew of Steve Irwin as "The Croc Hunter," a wacky Aussie ranger with his "crikey!" catch phrase who always got insanely close to deadly animals. A visit to the Australia Zoo on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, where Irwin lived and where his family still carries out his vision to make the world a better place for all animals, shows the serious side of his mission - with a wild side, of course. [... more » ]