Golf News for Thursday, May 13, 2010
"RIP is Aldila's most recent shaft technology that provides a lower torque, increased tip stability and better tip stiffness control," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"We specifically designed the DG Spinner shaft to lower ball launch and increase ball spin during full- and low-impact swing conditions," said Greg Cavill, True Temper's director of metals R&D and engineering. [... more » ]
"We offer our professional fitters eight different driver models," said Jennifer King, President of KZG. "The PTI is designed for those who want the ball to go straight... the performance even exceeded our high expectations." [... more » ]
"The unofficial fifth major saw the majority of its entrants compete with Golf Pride grips this past weekend," said Dan Koehler, director of global sales and marketing for Eaton's Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"It's very exciting that CordeValle is being mentioned among the top courses worldwide that host PGA Tour events," said CordeValle's Director of Golf Operations, Travis Skeesick. [... more » ]
"We see the future of golf course marketing heading in the same direction as the popularity of the video game industry," said Bud St. Pierre, Director of Sales & Marketing for The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort. [... more » ]
"Many people don't know of the exceptional wedding facilities available," said Joseph Livingood, senior vice president of Billy Casper Golf, which manages Longaberger Golf Club. [... more » ]
"The Tavistock Cup and Arnold Palmer Invitational are extremely well-known events," said GAA Campus Director of Orlando Brad Turner. "We are thrilled our students were allowed to participate." [... more » ]
"From the success of the first Gulf War to the close of the Cold War, we owe President Bush a great debt," said Major Dan Rooney, F-16 Fighter Pilot and Founder of the Folds of Honor Foundation. [... more » ]
I've been doing some research today on America's toughest golf courses, and one thing has become very apparent: Pete Dye is dominating the results like a Chinese gymnast on the uneven bars. It's got me thinking: what do you expect when you book a course and notice a designer attached? [... more » ]
"One Week in June: The U.S. Open" celebrates the tournament's incredible storylines, with pieces written by the world's most popular sports writers. Just in time for the U.S. Open's return to Pebble Beach, readers can catch up on the memorable victories of Tom Watson (1982), Tom Kite (1992) and Tiger Woods (2000) at the nation's most revered public course. [... more » ]