Golf News for Tuesday, April 20, 2010
"We need all general ticket-holders to adhere to our plan so that we can provide a pleasurable experience for everyone," said Steve Nieman, tournament director for the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. [... more » ]
"I had to try to play a low cut into the holes," said Christopher Wooley, who hails from Spring, Texas. "This is my first AJGA tournament, and this gives me great momentum going into the summer." [... more » ]
"They will be coming from all over the country and many are coming from other countries," said Cody Law, the executive director of Golf Mesquite Nevada. "People love coming to Mesquite." [... more » ]
"LoudMouth Golf outfits will be worn by various dignitaries and participants throughout the Celebration Exotic Car Festival," said CEO Larry Jackson. "We will be one of the main exotics." [... more » ]
"Congratulations to the entire Oaks team for being honored by Golfweek and their highly regarded team of raters," said Phil Green, President of OB Sports Golf Management. [... more » ]
"For what these guys have given to us, sacrificing life and limb for the freedoms we enjoy, there will never be a charge," said Jack Nicklaus, who was asked to design an additional nine holes for the course. [... more » ]
"Our consumers will benefit from the combination of Golf Digest's branding power and unique golf tips," said Stephen D'Agostino, Associate Director of Licensing, Condé Nast Publications. [... more » ]
"The golf course is a small business, and everyone knows it's been small businesses who've had the most to sweat about under the current administration," said Nathan Cooper, author of the strip. [... more » ]
"We greatly appreciate these fundraising efforts and generosity of these GCSAA affiliated chapters," said World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, Institute trustee and chairman of its Advisory Council. [... more » ]
Over the past couple of days, heavy rain has inundated the San Antonio area. Somehow, our group was able to get 18 holes in on Friday despite an 80 percent chance of thunderstorms, and TPC San Antonio's AT&T Oaks Course played remarkably dry. [... more » ]
Anybody who travels these days knows that strong, flexible, versatile luggage is the only way to survive. To avoid those dreaded fees on checked baggage, I’m trying to jam more and more into my carry-on and backpack that doubles as a computer bag. [... more » ]