Golf News for Thursday, March 18, 2010
"We are very excited about the new websites," said Tony Lenzie, General Manager at Siena Golf Club. "The new websites bring us up to date with today’s technologies and will help customers find what they’re looking for a lot easier, not to mention that they look a lot nicer too!" [... more » ]
What better way to get kids excited about playing golf than to be entertained by two of the best instructors and trick shot artists in the U.S. - Mike Malaska and Seth Glasco. Juniors and their parents are invited to the Nicklaus Academy at DragonRidge in Las Vegas to be wowed - for free. [... more » ]
"We're dedicated to providing golfers with the best possible learning experience," said Tim Horne, director of admissions at the GAA Carolinas Campus in Myrtle Beach, S.C. "There's no better time." [... more » ]
"We're very excited to see SteelFiber's consistent performance being so clearly demonstrated at the highest level of the game," said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. [... more » ]
"The TC-450FG irons have been designed just for women. Every technical and aesthetic detail has been devoted to a woman golfer," said Marcy Kamoda, Fourteen Golf COO. [... more » ]
"While major brands focus on mass production and the average player, KZG focuses on specific players ranging from touring professionals to beginners," said Jennifer King, President of KZG. [... more » ]
"We're honored the VSGA has chosen Bay Creek to host this prestigious tournament," said Mark Wesolek, General Manager of Bay Creek. "The course is in excellent condition." [... more » ]
"Golf is a cornerstone of our destination and the competitive pricing reflects our desire to meet consumer needs," said Carl Wilgus, president and CEO of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"We've already had bookings from golfers as far a field as the US, Scandinavia, Ireland, England and Scotland for next year," said David West, founder of both Loch Lomond Seaplanes and Golf Links Express. [... more » ]
So we're sitting in the classroom at the Dave Pelz Scoring School, and it's the first moment of truth. It's Day 1 of a three-day school conducted at Chateau Elan Winery and Resort outside of Atlanta, and we’re getting our initial evaluations. [... more » ]
The question I'm curious about isn't so much what Tiger does at the Masters, but when will he play again AFTER the Masters? I wouldn't hold it past him to sit out until the U.S. Open, so Tim Finchem shouldn't be too excited about his star player's return quite yet until he sees a schedule. [... more » ]