Golf News for Friday, May 21, 2010
Trusting the Pro V1 golf ball and a complete bag of Titleist equipment, Scott posted an 11-under 133 in the 36-hole Sunday finale, overcoming a four-shot deficit en route to his seventh career PGA Tour title. [... more » ]
"Bruce Edwards, whose story may be unknown to many sports fans, was well-loved and respected in the world of golf," said Keith Allo, Golf Channel VP of programming and original productions. [... more » ]
"This brochure provides the basis for making sure any remodeling project begins by asking and answering the correct questions," said Erik Larsen, ASGCA, the group's president. [... more » ]
"Billy was not someone who sought adulation despite his tremendous success, but he did become an advocate for the next generation of Americans," said PGA of America President Jim Remy. [... more » ]
"To be given this award is humbling. The golf business is something I'm truly passionate about and to be recognised by a business brand like KPMG is a genuine honour," said Norman. [... more » ]
"After using The Kure for just two strokes I knew that it was the best putting aid I'd seen," said Mike Shannon, PGA Teaching Professional and Putting Instructor at Sea Island Golf Learning Center. [... more » ]
"We are very excited about being affiliated with Sunice, whose product and reputation is superb," said Tim Street, Owner/Managing Director of The Golf Business, Sunice's new partner. [... more » ]
"This is what makes golf different than any other sport," said Drew. "In golf, we put others first. We cheer for our competitors. We protect the integrity of the tournaments with our attitudes and our honesty." [... more » ]
"The lakes and courses come alive as Memorial Day really jump starts the plethora of warm-weather activities available throughout the region," said Carl Wilgus, President and CEO of the PMVB. [... more » ]
Home to 54 holes about 25 miles north of Flamingo Road on the Vegas Strip, Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is currently offering a Las Vegas Paiute GolfAPalooza Special, where you can play all day to your heart's content from sunrise to sunset. The package also includes lunch at the club. [... more » ]
Las Vegas is almost always better after dark, so why should golf be an exception? If you’re in Sin City this week, it’s not too late to sign up for Blazin’ Golf after Dark at Rhodes Ranch Golf Club on Friday, May 21. It’s a four-person nine-hole scramble played at night with glow balls. [... more » ]