Golf News for Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Golf Channel’s Masters Week programming, which was highlighted by more than 37 hours of Live From the Masters news coverage, not only was unprecedented and unmatched by any other television network, it was the most-watched Masters Week in the network's 15-year history. [... more » ]
The winner of the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic will collect a $240,000 check and hoist a 14" trophy replica of the restored and recently re-opened Biloxi Lighthouse. [... more » ]
"The Western Intercollegiate is one of the longest running tournaments in college golf and it's played on one of the top courses in the country," said San Jose State University Men's Golf Coach John Kennaday. [... more » ]
"The Masters is one of the game's most revered tournaments so we are incredibly proud to have played a role," said Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour operations for True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"The Masters is one of the most prestigious events on the sports calendar, so it says a lot about the quality of our products," said Dan Koehler, director of global sales and marketing for Eaton's Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"The Golf Street's outsole has roughly 100 molded traction bars and over 800 traction angles versus a standard golf shoe's six to nine cleats," said C.B. Tuite, General Sales Manager, ECCO USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
"Pound Ridge Golf Club is excited to build upon the success and excitement of the last two seasons, and the golf course continues to mature," said Pound Ridge general manager Todd Leavenworth. [... more » ]
"The new rates and annual passes enhance access to this world-class destination golf course by offering price points and plans for local and Front Range golfers," said Rhonda Boutelle, General Manager. [... more » ]
"We are excited to welcome Kenny Knox to our team," said Jeremy Glanzer, president and CEO of Golf Etc. "As an esteemed golf professional, his experience will be an invaluable asset to Golf Etc." [... more » ]
High-end golf resorts in the southwestern desert are about the closest you can come to Augusta-type conditions in April, because courses in the Midwest are still soggy and slow and courses in the southeast usually don’t over-seed the rough like they do here, just fairways, tees and greens. [... more » ]