Golf News for Monday, April 12, 2010
"As everyone knows, golf has always been one of my greatest passions, so I'm excited to work on this new program with Golf Channel, which showcases my award-winning, top-rated golf resorts from around the world and fierce competition between some of the biggest known celebrities, all while raising money for charity," Donald Trump said. [... more » ]
"It is always great to see Fujikura shafts are trusted by so many professional golfers on all tours world wide," said Pat McCoy, Director of Technical Services at Fujikura. [... more » ]
"We are extremely pleased with the number of PGA Tour professionals who have put the new Tour AD DI shafts into play," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"Each of these demo days are important. They provide golfers an opportunity to come out and personally try or experience the same equipment the professionals play," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"LINKS Magazine is one of the most respected golf publications in the country, particularly for purists who love the game," said Phil Herrington, CEO of Gaillardia's parent company, Herrington, Inc. [... more » ]
"Roger's vast knowledge of the business combined with his solid reputation is a great asset to Etonic," said Kent Wheeler, director of sales and marketing, Etonic Worldwide. "He is an outstanding salesman." [... more » ]
"High Hampton Inn is very excited to have Craig Hartle at the helm of our golf program," said General Manager Clifford Meads. "Craig brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience." [... more » ]
"With Prism Lock Technology and fog mode, we continue to customize our GX rangefinders to the individual golfer's needs," said Andy York, Leupold's vice president of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"Twenty-five percent of GCSAA's Class A members have achieved the highest level of recognition through the CGCS professional designation," said GCSAA CEO Mark Woodward. [... more » ]
Phil Guys don't often like Tiger Woods very much. They don't like Woods' unrelenting stare and the distance he keeps from us all. They think he's a robot. Most Tiger Guys hate Lefty's smirk, his constant tinkering with equipment and coaches - and that he talks too dang much. They think he's a phony. [... more » ]
Everything in golf is about execution. Once you decide what you are going to do, it’s all about committing to the shot. It never looked like Phil Mickelson doubted anything this week at Augusta, especially himself. [... more » ]