Golf News for Friday, March 19, 2010
"The Golfweek ratings are further validation the $13 million renovation of both courses by Gene Bates has brought them to an elite conditioning and design level," said Dick Fitzgerald, project director for owner/operator Seaside Resort Development. [... more » ]
"The course is getting better all the time as it matures into Gary Player's wonderful design. We hope to defend our title this year and perhaps add a few more," said Arthur Gromadzki, chairman of Modry Las. [... more » ]
"Our golfing market is growing rapidly with many courses getting more actively involved in welcoming the UK golfers and it is good to see them working so well together," said Valerio Scoyni, director of ENIT, Italy's national tourist board. "As we say in Italy, 'The Italians have Arrived!'" [... more » ]
"In Fila, I don't have to sacrifice style for performance," said Lewis. "I love the way the fabrics feel, and they're designed to keep me cool and comfortable on the course." [... more » ]
"These guys are some of the best up-and-coming talent on Tour, and have a fresh, fun approach to what they wear," said co-founder Geoff Tait. "They're a perfect fit with our comfortable, casual styling." [... more » ]
"We are proud to be named an affiliate partner of the EWGA," said Lucia Olson, CEO/Designer of Just Fore You Jewelry. "It is a pleasure to be affiliated with such a fine organization." [... more » ]
"We have experienced how technology can assist clubs in containing cost and providing a high level of service to the membership," said McConnell Golf CEO and Founder, John McConnell. [... more » ]
The "ING Conference Best" awards will recognize one issue of a publication and one golf product or service among those on display at the ING Spring Conference, at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. [... more » ]
"Still a relatively tiny number of the population are playing golf as it is still quite expensive here, but everyone knows about it and wants to be into it," said Craig Brogan, the new licensee. [... more » ]
If you're a golf fan and have a pulse, you know the Masters is coming up and that Tiger Woods will be back at Augusta. If you've ever played golf in Myrtle Beach, S.C., however, you know what else this time of year means: The Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am Golf Tournament. [... more » ]