Golf News for Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Ernie Els credits Callaway's Tour i(s), the softest Tour i ball that Callaway has ever made, with allowing him to, "turn around my short game overnight," as he said after clinching victory at The Arnold Palmer Invitational. [... more » ]
"Consumer demand for Mizuno softgoods continues to grow, and we want to make it easier for our consumers to purchase these products," said Dick Lyons, VP and General Manager of Golf, Mizuno USA. [... more » ]
"Tom Watson applies the same sense of determination and purpose in his new DVD instructional set," said Terry Jastrow, who directed the production, "as he has to his competitive golf game." [... more » ]
"We look forward to adding the world-renowned expertise and reputation of Hank Haney IJGA to The First Tee Life Skills Experience," said Joe Louis Barrow, Jr., CEO of The First Tee. [... more » ]
"When you play The Players Stadium Course at Sawgrass on aboutGolf's PGA TOUR Simulator, you've truly played the course," said Kristy Smith, aboutGolf's Vice President of Development. [... more » ]
"I am thrilled to be invited to become the Special Olympics' Ambassador for Golf," said Harrington. "I believe that the game of golf can inspire Special Olympics athletes to reach for their goals." [... more » ]
"I just work hard, put everything into my job and take pride every day in being golf professional," said Scott, who also serves as first assistant golf professional at the Villas of Grand Cypress golf resort. [... more » ]
"It is quite a statement to have the PGA Tour continue its service on The Institute Advisory Council," said Greg Norman, Advisory Council chairman, Great White Shark Enterprises. [... more » ]
"We are excited to partner with a company like Antigua who is recognized as a leader in golf apparel," said Zayra F. Calderon, Chief Executive Officer for the Duramed Futures Tour. [... more » ]
After all the high tension at the PLAYERS Championship this weekend, it’s time for some more light-hearted golf action. The Hootie & the Blowfish Monday after the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am is coming back to TV this week. And while there will be plenty of big names, including Jim Furyk and John Daly, the atmosphere is decidedly goofier. Catch the action Tuesday, May 11th at 8 pm on the Golf Channel. [... more » ]