Golf News for Monday, February 22, 2010
These professionally run golf tournaments on a national level will help prepare golfers for the next step towards the ultimate goal of playing on the PGA and Nationwide Tours. [... more » ]
"The golf product in Italy is something that has perhaps been overlooked in the past and we want to address that as part of a long-term strategy," said Valerio Scoyni, director of ENIT, Italy's tourist board. [... more » ]
"This brings valuable benefits to the golfing clients of both companies," said the joint announcement by Casey Ueberroth of Preferred Golf and Steve Skinner of KemperSports. [... more » ]
In making the announcement, PAR founder Bradley Paskievitch said, "I am privileged to have the opportunity to represent Adrienne. She is sweet kid, yet a relentless competitor. I expect great things from her this year and in the future." [... more » ]
"It was a pleasant surprise for our company," said Pete Charleston, president of GolfLogix, Inc. "We have always focused on keeping our technology simple while really helping a golfer." [... more » ]
"Antigua has always been a leader in style," said Tony Leodora, host of GolfTalk Live. "The thing that impressed me about the new Desert Dry Xtra-Lite shirts is the comfort." [... more » ]
"The reps are better able to help their accounts visualize and select designs that will showcase the club logo," said Jeff Waller, national sales director, AHEAD. "Internally we also think of S.O.S. as Simply Out Sells," [... more » ]
"By encompassing the motion sensor and GPS capabilities, GeoPlay Golf lets players take full advantage of the gadget fun their iPhone offers," said Matthew Cooke, head caddy at 10 and 2. [... more » ]
"We are ecstatic with the show," said show officials. "We always project lower attendance at west coast venues, so to surpass the qualified buyer mark of last year says something about the event." [... more » ]
Tiger Woods' statements and confessions seemed genuine, and I did hear some things I was hoping I would hear. Sure, he didn’t clear up when he’s coming back to play, or give any details of his sordid affairs (I really didn’t want to hear the latter anyway), but what he did - despite it being a carefully prepared statement - was show humility. [... more » ]
This year as the Honda PTT Thailand at the Siam C.C. launched the new LPGA season, David Brooker showed up for his new gig, caddying for Suzann Pettersen, a talented Norwegian player who finished 3rd in the Rolex ratings last year. Already Pettersen is off and running with a second place finish. [... more » ]