Golf News for Wednesday, February 24, 2010
"Being John Daly will be a raw, unprecedented look behind the scenes, and we know viewers will be fascinated as we bring them along for the ride," said Tom Stathakes, Golf Channel senior vice president of programming, production and operations. [... more » ]
"Our staff at these and all BCG courses proves that attention to detail, personable guest service and pristine playing conditions win new guests and loyalties," said Peter Hill, Chairman and CEO of BCG. [... more » ]
After a series of in-depth meetings at February's Golf Industry Show in San Diego, The Wisley Golf Club in London, designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones II, has signed a major reconstruction project with international golf course specialist Sternberg Golf Services of Sweden. [... more » ]
"The success we bring to green-grass, international and retail partners demonstrates unbeatable value," said Gary Shienfield, Chief Executive Officer of Knetgolf / GolfBallsOnly. [... more » ]
"This golf package was really a hit last year," said Jann Walker, director of marketing at Pawleys Plantation. "And this year we are pleased to offer this popular golf package at the same rate as last year." [... more » ]
Nicklaus Academy has teamed up with Tim Tucker with Edel Custom Putters and the AimPoint Green Reading System to offer members and guests the opportunity to be personally analyzed by the experts. [... more » ]
"The Players Club program is an exceptional value for golfers looking to improve their games or those who want to take up the sport," said Larry Woodberry, Legends director of operations. [... more » ]
"Slix boxer briefs are the most ridiculously comfortable underwear I've ever put on," said Daly, winner of the 1995 British Open and the 1991 PGA Championship. "When I've got my Slix on, it's all good." [... more » ]
"Datrek is one of those brands that the golf industry wants to see succeed, and we're excited to be off to a great start," said Craig Ramsbottom, President, Dynamic Brands. [... more » ]
There's a lot of golf-rich regions in the world, from Scottsdale to the Grand Strand, Monterey Peninsula, Palm Springs, St. Andrews and plenty more. But I'd have a hard time finding a more golf-rich region in terms of holes per acre than the the one I'm in now: the Carolina Sandhills, from Pinehurst out towards Southern Pines and Aberdeen. [... more » ]