Golf News for Friday, March 12, 2010
"I just kept plugging; I kept hitting good shots," said Villegas. "If there was a golf course where you can mess up coming in, it's this one, trust me. Those finishing holes are tough." [... more » ]
"This victory has been a long time coming for the winner of the Pacific Rubiales Bogota Open and we congratulate him on his return to the winner's circle," said Mr. Tak Yamada, a Graphite Design VP. [... more » ]
"With the sale of Cobra, we have the opportunity to devote all of our resources to the global growth of our industry-leading Titleist and FootJoy brands," said Wally Uihlein, Chairman and CEO of Acushnet Company. [... more » ]
"Golf has provided citizens of New York with a healthy industry that has a significant impact on economic growth," said Jay Mottola, executive director of the Metropolitan Golf Association. [... more » ]
"Turf Solutions came in and really helped us out," said Bruce Stephen, executive director of the First Tee of Pittsburgh, talking in reference to First Tee's recreational facility in Stowe Township. [... more » ]
'Scotland is the undisputed 'Home of Golf'. We have the best courses in the world and facilities that are second to none," said Sam Torrance, VisitScotland's golf ambassador. [... more » ]
The new golf GPS offers interactive aerial images, 4-person scoring, landing zone distances, extended pro-level statistic tracking, landing zone, complete application customization features, and more. [... more » ]
"We're thrilled to be able to offer this opportunity to Tiffany," said Jim Felechner, Tournament Director for the Kia Classic presented by J Golf. "Tiffany's professional career is just taking off." [... more » ]
"I am so grateful for Summit Golf Brands to step up and choose to be our Official clothier for the Men's team," said Team USA Head Coach Dave Jennings, a golf coach at Central Alabama Community College. [... more » ]
Tipping is an important part of service personnel's compensation and should be seen as part of your golfing experience responsibility. I know one bird who runs away quickly, does not make eye contact with the cart guy and leaves others to pick up the tab. Who's she kidding? [... more » ]
I woke up this morning fresh as a daisy, chipper as a woodpecker, and before I could take my first sip of coffee, I stumble across Katharine Dyson’s blog on tipping. And it set me off. My blood pressure will be off the charts through the weekend now. [... more » ]