Golf News for Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Featuring Everybody Loves Raymond star and Emmy Award-winner Romano, season two of Golf Channel's most buzzed-about original series chronicles Romano's attempts at improving his golf game. [... more » ]
"It is an extremely strong entry with all of the world's top ten in the field already but it is exactly what you'd expect for the Ricoh Women's British Open," said Defending Champion Catriona Matthew. [... more » ]
"The Praxis Fairway Wood Series combines the latest technology with a great look that gives us our most outstanding line of fairway woods ever," said Randall Henry, H-G's President. [... more » ]
"He told me that it was the most beautiful site he had ever laid eyes on, and that their biggest fear was screwing it up," said Forrest Richardson, the artist responsible for the print. [... more » ]
"I am excited to continue our strong relationship with BMW Southern Region. BMW's brand integrity and core values match up perfectly with Hank Haney IJGA and IJGT," said Hank Haney. [... more » ]
"John will bring a new perspective to our golf division," said Ron McPherson, Antigua Golf's President and CEO, "but he also will continue to enhance Antigua's strong reputation for outstanding products." [... more » ]
"Paul has a great knack for telling stories," said H&B Vice President of Communications Rick Redman. "From imitating Boo Weekley to talking in-depth strategy, Paul has a captivating style." [... more » ]
The publication received four 1st Place awards, the most in the golf course maintenance industry, and swept both the turf feature article and portrait/personality photography categories. [... more » ]
"Marriott Marquis concierges and Pound Ridge staff work together to provide golfers a user-friendly, high-quality experience," said Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang. [... more » ]
Some folks have heard of Butterfield Trail in El Paso, Texas; many have not. But this 1997 splendid Tom Fazio design is starting to gain notoriety, and it seems I'm certainly not the only one impressed. In the new list of top 50 municipal courses by Golfweek Magazine, Butterfield Trail just made its debut at No. 3 behind Bethpage Black and Chambers Bay. [... more » ]
Marriott International recently took a giant step forward to promote walking on 10 of its resort courses by teaming up with Bag Boy to create their "Walk for Health" program. Participating courses are being supplied with Bag Boy's popular eco-friendly Express Auto three-wheel push carts. I've used the cart and found it a breeze to push, so much so that I now own Bay Boy's Sidekick, a similar model. [... more » ]