Golf News for Wednesday, April 21, 2010
"We're very proud to be number one," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. "The primary reason for Aldila's popularity across the professional tours has been the unmatched performance." [... more » ]
Furyk defeated fellow Srixon staffer Brian Davis on the first playoff hole after Davis ticked a loose reed during his backswing and called a two-stroke penalty on himself. [... more » ]
Player explains how and why he became a champion and what it takes to win in big-time golf. He reviews the most pressure-packed situations in his major victories and how he managed to succeed. [... more » ]
"A remarkable number of players on all major professional Tours have turned to the proven technology of the Epoch to help easily increase distance and accuracy," said Evolve Golf Founder and CEO, B.J. Maloy. [... more » ]
"When a Softspikes product enjoys a weekend like we had, it is a true testament to the technical leadership we put behind our brand," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"Using a typical chipping net for practicing my short game inspired the creation of the FNC. Like the Chipping nets, the FNC provides a target for chipping, but here is where we add the fun," said FNC creator, Shane Geary. [... more » ]
"I am really excited to be defending my title at Birkdale. I have had a remarkable 12 months since the birth of Sophie," said Scotland's Catriona Matthew, winner of last year's British Open. [... more » ]
"We are now at the point where the acreage of turf grass is substantial enough to initiate the aggregation and creation of carbon financial instruments," said Bill Crispin, co-founder of Golfpreserves. [... more » ]
"Four rounds of golf with dinner, breakfast and accommodation every night is virtually unbeatable for the quality of courses we are offering," said Jamie Le Friec, general manager at Letham Grange. [... more » ]
Just back from some fun times in San Antonio, where the Texas hospitality was as wide as the brim of a Stetson and as deep as the Rio Grande. I spent virtually the entire visit at the sparkling new JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa, opened just a few months ago. But boredom wasn’t part of the equation. [... more » ]