Golf News for Friday, May 14, 2010
During the interview, Hank Haney talks at length about topics the news media and the public, at large, have been demanding answers to since Woods' infamous car crash last November, including his role as part of Woods' inner circle, Woods' treatment for addiction and his rumored use of performance enhancing drugs, among other topics. [... more » ]
"A substantial and growing number of professional golfers have turned to our shafts to optimize performance," says Gene Simpson, Chief Operating Officer of UST Mamiya. [... more » ]
"The Golfweek rating reflects the dedication of the employees who oversee daily operations at Butterfield Trail Golf Club," said Monica Lombraña, Director of Aviation at El Paso International Airport. [... more » ]
"Venturing into Europe to design a new course is especially exciting," Annika Sorenstam said. "I've had the opportunity to play some of the best courses the world and I enjoy that I can share my passion for the game." [... more » ]
"On the heels of the hotel expansion, the course will solidify Little Creek as the premier golf-and-gaming destination in the Pacific Northwest," said Ray Peters, Executive Director of the Squaxin Island Tribe. [... more » ]
This summer Badrutt's Palace Hotel presents no less than four extraordinary golf events with two exciting tournaments in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Each event offers an opportunity to book a fabulous package. [... more » ]
"There's a certain population of golfers that want the simplest, lightest, golf bag they can find and this is the answer to their needs," said Jeff Herold, President of West Coast Trends. [... more » ]
"I am pleased to designate John Dranschak as recognized by The International Clubmakers Guild as a Fully Certified Clubmaker," said Bob Dodds BOD President of ICG. [... more » ]
The latest mountain-craftsman housing at Olde Mill - the Overlook condominiums - are under construction and progressing nicely; situated near the 18th green, yet shrouded in wooded privacy. [... more » ]
"Golf is a funny game, full of irony and contradiction," said James Long Hale. "It was started by shepherds, the lowest of the low in society, and yet it has risen to a game for the elite." [... more » ]
The recently released "Lessons of a Lifetime" is better than the average bear golf instructional video. This slickly produced two-DVD set features, of course, the highlights of the last two holes of the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble, lots of great slow motion photography, and Watson's down-to-earth, less-than-technical sort of instruction that most anybody can understand. [... more » ]