Golf News for Wednesday, February 3, 2010
"If you want fun golf while in Las Vegas, this is the place to play. We're serious about our fun," said Scott Greer, veteran Las Vegas PGA of America Professional and General Manager. [... more » ]
"We equipped the buggy shed with electrics for overnight recharging and they have been very well received by members and visitors at both venues," said Andrew Laing, the Group Head Greenkeeper . [... more » ]
"Torrey Pines always provides an exciting and challenging venue and it is no surprise that the top players relied on our shafts to successfully navigate this difficult course," said Gene Simpson, COO of UST Mamiya. [... more » ]
"The technology and design behind Dynamic Gold shafts are Tour-proven and continue to provide winning performance week after week on tours worldwide," said Scott Hennessy, CEO of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
Chad Collins sunk a 37-foot putt for birdie during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open to join the leaders of the Kodak Challenge. Collins' birdie was one of only 9 scored on the hole. [... more » ]
"This is a unique opportunity for golf enthusiasts to play the challenging and scenic Varadero Golf Course," said Andrew Macdonald of Boisdale, CEO of Esencia Hotels & Resorts. [... more » ]
"The SkyCaddie SGX is not only the most advanced, reliable distance measuring device in golf, it is a platform that can extend the game beyond the 18th green," said Richard Edmonson, CEO, SkyGolf. [... more » ]
"At a time when businesses are scrutinizing expenditures, the ICS-entegra Program affords clubs up to 12 percent front-end savings on entegra-contracted products," said Jim Sartain, CEO of ICS. [... more » ]
"To reach an agreement for De Vere to become our hotel partner is an exciting and major new development for International Pairs," said Ross Honey, founder and managing director of International Pairs. [... more » ]
"While we need to have digital nowadays to reach developers, American golf course operators still prefer the print version," said Jack Crittenden, President and Editor In Chief of Golf Inc. [... more » ]