Golf News for Thursday, April 15, 2010
Myrtle Beach Trips is offering a special package that will be a "cabin fever reliever" for golfers ready for a spring golf vacation. The package will allow golfers to stay at the Avista Resort and play three rounds at River Hills Golf & Country Club, Farmstead Golf Links and Meadowlands Golf Club - for rates as low as $289 per person. [... more » ]
Futures Tour golf professionals Ashley Prange and "Chill" Rachel Connor have entered into apparel agreements with golf and tennis clothing manufacturer Tail Activewear. As part of the agreement, both will wear Tail Activewear apparel exclusively in all golf tournaments in which they play during the 2010 season. [... more » ]
"The Fourteen Golf team, including myself, are really proud that our equipment was trusted and played in the quest of capturing the most prestigious major of the year," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"KZG is all about custom choices. The X95 Wedges are one of the best looking designs on the market and were engineered to be custom fit specifically for the weekend player," said Jennifer King, President of KZG. [... more » ]
"he Junior Golf Camp is designed for beginner and intermediate players and was developed to create a learning environment," said Bill Troyanoski, General Manager of Half Moon Bay Golf Links. [... more » ]
"The Premium Term Golf Membership is the perfect opportunity to become a member of one of California's finest golf facilities," said Bob Higgins, General Manager of Saddle Creek Resort. [... more » ]
"We now showcase four exquisite housing options, starting at just $200,000," said Mark Wuerthele, Broker-In-Charge. "There is not a better value for inviting housing located so close to Virginia and the Carolinas." [... more » ]
"We are quite thrilled to be able to partner with The King and Prince Resort on behalf of Grand View residents," said Josh Lindenbaum, vice president of development for The Halter Companies. [... more » ]
"I've got to think that there can be nothing better for all of those nagging injuries that golfers get at the beginning of the season," said Tony Leodora, host of GolfTalk Live. "It's the same old story every season." [... more » ]
The government has opted to control health care, the auto and insurance industries, banking and student loans. What would happen if government decided to take over the golf industry? [... more » ]
Besides Phil Mickelson’s shot from the trees on the 13th at Augusta, I saw something else amazing last week while watching the Masters. It was a 3D telecast. Thanks to the nice folks at NVIDIA, I got to watch the special 3D presentation of the Masters, and while it will most certainly evolve over the next few years, it was somewhat extraordinary. [... more » ]