Golf News for Monday, March 8, 2010
"The golf community deserves luxurious, affordable travel gear that, like Fred Couples, is both effortless and stylish at once," said the company's global Vice President of Golf, Tom Gocke. [... more » ]
"We're excited to add Toll Brothers' Country Clubs to our roster of more than 1,100 satisfied golf facilities," said Jim Sartain, CEO of ICS. "ICS offers a one-stop shop for F&B needs." [... more » ]
"Ashley and Hannah are perfect additions to the PAR family. They are both very talented, energetic girls with unlimited potential both on and off the golf course," said Bradley Paskievitch of PAR. [... more » ]
"The addition of Golf Supply House will create the only truly national player in our market segment" said Paul Cherrie, CEO of NNG. "The customer base and product lines are extremely complimentary." [... more » ]
"In the past we have had some of the top ranked juniors in the country play in this event, we hope that even more will play over this summer weekend," said Eric Murray, a Director of the Tarheel Golf Foundation. [... more » ]
"We believe the Bash of the Bay Pro-Am will become one of the most popular events in the region," said Bill Troyanoski, General Manager of Half Moon Bay Golf Links in California. [... more » ]
"Over the past seven years, he has become a key member of our marketing team and made many contributions to our business success," said Mike Slack, Leupold's senior corporate communications manager. [... more » ]
Eric R. Jonke has joined KemperLesnik as senior vice president of business development and sports marketing. In this position, Jonke will lead sales efforts for the events, public relations and sports marketing agency. [... more » ]
"The TGAA is simply an awesome concept with such an excellent management team that I feel deeply honored to be offered the opportunity to serve as CFO," said Ackerman. [... more » ]
"It's more important than ever to provide great value for consumers and we believe the Perfect 4-Some is one of the best deals in golf travel," said Sweetgrass Director of Golf Dave Douglas. [... more » ]
"Our scheme is geared to raise as much money as we can for courses and it is vital that no restrictions are imposed on green fee rates," said Rob Sutton, managing director of [... more » ]
Here's what Palm Springs golfers should know about the Classic Club more than this whole "wind" thing: Peak season green fees are down to $125, but it's in as good of shape as you’ll find in the valley, has five tee sets, a fantastic practice facility and a free lunch with your green fee. [... more » ]