Golf News for Tuesday, March 9, 2010
"We're excited about our ticketing partnership with Walgreens," said Tournament Director Jim Felechner. "As a first-year tournament in San Diego, we feel that this is a great way to increase our visibility." [... more » ]
"Even for people traveling to Myrtle Beach or Hilton Head, Fayetteville is a perfect stopping-off point," said John Meroski, CEO of the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"This new collection is all about looking and feeling good in the clothes you wear," said Nancy Robitaille, Fila Golf principal designer. "We've taken classic designs and updated them." [... more » ]
"We were extremely excited to host this event," said Bob Burt, VP, Engineering and OEM Development, Softspikes. "On behalf of the whole Company, we would like to thank everyone who participated." [... more » ]
"It's nice to add the RCGA and their Team Canada athletes to our resume and we hope it becomes a tradition," said Jeff Herold, Club Glove company founder. "Our travel bags are second to none." [... more » ]
"Muttontown Club is truly an exceptional private facility with an outstanding reputation," said Jim McLaughlin, senior vice president, Privé, Troon Golf. "We are honored to have been selected." [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to support the great folks at Blackberry Oaks to bring our unique golf outing services to their charity and corporate clientele," said Mike Tait, owner of SMT Golf. [... more » ]
A good night's rest is too important to ignore when trying to balance academics, golf instruction and a highly-competitive tournament schedule. The comforts of "home" will greet each student-resident. [... more » ]
"Establishment of a research endowment fund is a fitting way to give back to the industry and recognize the contributions made by Robert Moore and Aquatrols," said Tracy Jarman, Aquatrols CEO. [... more » ]
Sure you can argue that with PGA golf, cameras are always turning and errors will usually be picked up, keeping players "honest." That even though a stroke or two can mean big money, not reporting the infraction and "getting caught" could be a lot more costly. But I would like to think PGA players like Graeme McDowell and Paul Casey respect the game enough to take the high road in these matters. [... more » ]