Golf News for Tuesday, April 13, 2010
"This is a way to showcase the wonderful amenities of the Gulf Coast to the rest of the country," said Steve Nieman, tournament director. "One lucky group will have the time of their lives here." [... more » ]
"Golfers will find this new Baffler line to be incredibly forgiving and more playable from a variety of lies. We improved upon every key performance attribute," said Brian Zender, GM of Cobra Golf. [... more » ]
"We are extremely pleased with the court's decision, and we hope that this finally brings this long standing dispute to a close," said Joe Nauman, Executive VP, Corporate and Legal, Acushnet Company. [... more » ]
"Charlottesville is a world-class tourism destination and is on the leading edge of green living initiatives. The Trail combines those elements for area golf courses," said Mark Glickman, Trail founder. [... more » ]
"The team at Bridgestone Golf realize the need to connect with all their customers and adding Alive Chat to their website enables them to do so," said Adam J. Stass, Managing Director of WebsiteAlive. [... more » ]
"Our sales were up over 60 percent during the first quarter of 2010, and we expect to see the business climate continue to rebound this year," said Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper. [... more » ]
"I'm thrilled to be receiving this prestigious award from Turfnet," said Williams. "My team and I work tirelessly to enhance the Stone Mountain facility and continually improve the experience for our golfers." [... more » ]
"The Field for the Rex Hospital Junior Invitational is among the strongest, so this is a great event for our young players," said Eric Murray, Tournament Director. "We hope to see this event continue to grow." [... more » ]
"This is my fourth year hosting Guiding Eyes for the Blind's Golf Classic and it's very special to me," said NY Giants Quarterback Eli Manning. "It's important to raise money for the school." [... more » ]
"We look forward to reaching for an even higher goal at the 2010 Toys For Tots Golf Tournament," said Jack Burke, Chief Executive Officer of Burke Communications, the event's organizer. [... more » ]
Where else in the world do so many top stars of any game come together to compete in the same place, the same time of year, year after year? It has the smallest field (about 90 players) of any major and being able to attend it is on every golfer’s bucket list. Maybe the Masters is like diamonds, a not-so-rare gem made highly valuable because its production has been so tightly, so perfectly controlled. [... more » ]