Golf News for Thursday, April 1, 2010
"KemperSports will help our committed ownership group usher in a new era of excellence at Old Corkscrew Golf Club," said Franz Rosinus, managing partner of Old Corkscrew Partners, LLC. [... more » ]
"Tom Hoch is one of the most trusted and innovative designers in the industry, and we look forward to establishing and growing the brand worldwide," said Jerry Kilby, founder of Kanda Golf Marketing Services. [... more » ]
"Dawgs Golf has enjoyed a great reception in the U.S., and now we are ready to extend our reach throughout Canada," said Steve Mann, founder, president and CEO of Dawgs Golf. [... more » ]
"Nobody has ever invented anything like the RoboCup, and everybody in the golf industry is talking about it," said inventor Keith Foley, whose initial prototype began as a mousetrap configuration. [... more » ]
"We were very excited to have some of our students available to help them during their grand opening," said Kevin Neisch, PGA, director of career services for Golf Academy of America, San Diego Campus. [... more » ]
"Barry has an infectious personality and a wealth of knowledge to share with our Nike Junior Golf Camp participants and guests," said Brian O'Neill, Boyne Golf Academy's director of instruction. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to name Dianne as our Program Director" said Golf Fights Cancer Chairman and co-founder, Brian Oates. "Dianne is has been part of the GFC community since our inception." [... more » ]
"In addition, many of our partner courses have offered special deals on other items including buggy hire, driving range, pro shop goods and bar and catering," said Rob Sutton, managing director of [... more » ]
"Golfers and guests may find a pro shop and staff that equals ours, but I honestly don't think they'll find a better one anywhere in the country," said Circling Raven's Director of Golf Tom Davidson. [... more » ]
Medinah will partner with the Folds of Honor Foundation with a goal of raising more than $100,000. Folds of Honor Foundation's mission is to provide post-secondary educational scholarships for children and spouses of service men and women killed or disabled while serving in the U.S Armed Forces. [... more » ]