Golf News for Friday, February 26, 2010
"The key to gaining more distance is to increase ball speed. The key to increasing ball speed is through aerodynamics," said Tom Stites, Director of Club Creation for Nike Golf. [... more » ]
"We are not surprised that the TC-910 Forged Irons have vaulted to the number one position at the Asian Tour International so soon after their release," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"It's wonderful to see the winner of the Allianz Championship celebrate his first Champions Tour victory of the year," said Mr. Tak Yamada, vice president, corporate planning, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
Featuring Everybody Loves Raymond star and Emmy Award-winner Ray Romano, season two chronicles Romano's attempts at improving his golf game under the guidance of Hank Haney. [... more » ]
GolfNow.com, managed by Golf Channel, continues to improve and advance its services while encouraging golfers to play more golf by providing convenient access to quality tee-time inventory. [... more » ]
"The Drive It Home promotion is the perfect reason for both international and UK golfers to visit the Home of Golf in 2010," said Sam Torrance, VisitScotland's golf ambassador: [... more » ]
"We tasted through a number of components and this is the one I could picture myself enjoying with family, friends, and business associates," said Hall of Fame golfer Annika Sorenstam. [... more » ]
"Lee Trevino is a name that speaks for itself in golf and across the world's sporting landscape because of his incredible achievement," said Toshiba Classic Tournament Executive Director Jeff Purser. [... more » ]
"I look forward to the interview," said Linda Hartough, who exhibited some of her work at the PGA Merchandise Show last month in Orlando, Fla., including the 21st painting in her U.S. Open series. [... more » ]
"We're excited to be working with Golf Gear Newswire in providing information about the benefits of playing Tacki-Mac and Avon golf grips," said Dave Kelly, president of Tacki-mac. [... more » ]
Already several pros are weighing in on Obama's golf swing. Ted Britschgi, a former lead master instructor with the Jim McClean Golf Academy, says, "At the top his golf swing has some good alignments and his right wrist is arched. That’s not a bad position to reach at the end of your backswing." [... more » ]
The 16th hole on the Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale gets all the attention. But take away the crowds and the bleachers, and it’s probably one of the least memorable holes on the golf course. Holes 15 and 17, are actually far more interesting, and the 18th is a pretty decent finishing hole. [... more » ]
 
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