Golf News for Friday, April 16, 2010
"Acquiring the MacGregor Golf brand was an easy decision because it's a brand that resonates with golfers and has a rich history and worldwide notoriety," said Marty Hanaka, president and CEO of Golfsmith. "We're proud to bring MacGregor Golf back to life with an exciting new lineup of products." [... more » ]
"The Polarity HP iron features a lower profile head, which allows for a lower CG (Center of Gravity). This, in turn, helps to create a higher ball flight," said Clay Long, Chief Product Designer. [... more » ]
"The Summer Club Card and Player Development Program are ideal for golfers in search of affordable game-improvement and frequent player options," said Matt Payne, general manager. [... more » ]
"We are very proud to present Jaime with our Golf Grounds Scholarship for the second year in a row," said David H. Robinson, Director of Golf Grounds, Marriott Golf. "Jaime is very deserving of this award." [... more » ]
"With Troon Golf's new 'Family Golf Program' juniors can develop and hone their fundamentals in an enjoyable and affordable setting," said Will Hopkins, general manager of Camp Creek and Origins. [... more » ]
"Dawgs are one of the most unique products out there right now in the footwear category," said Heath Hamlin, merchant - footwear and men's apparel for PGA Tour Superstores. [... more » ]
"I stayed focused today and played against par, not my opponents," said Martino. "I hit my drive a little right on No. 15 and ended up under a tree. I hit it out and was able to make birdie." [... more » ]
"The GCSAA Golf Course Suppliers Guide fills a void in our industry to assist superintendents, their staff, and others at golf facilities find products and services," said GCSAA CEO Mark Woodward, CGCS. [... more » ]