Golf News for Monday, May 24, 2010
"The YS shafts have historically been a popular choice for LPGA Tour Players and we are pleased that the winner opted to use these shafts," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The Open is an outstanding addition to Northern California's lineup of top-notch professional golf tournaments," said Dick Fitzgerald, project director for owner/operator Seaside Resort Development. [... more » ]
"It is a great success for San Domenico to be recognised by such a significant Italian golf publication as Il Mondo del Golf," said Sergio Melpignano, the Owner of San Domenico Golf. [... more » ]
"We are honored to represent Susan G. Komen for the Cure and to contribute to their mission," said Rick White, President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Headwear. [... more » ]
"The National Vendor Program offers a practical, value-added component, further complementing the enhanced product quality and immediate savings ICS offers its clubs," said Jim Bailey, Managing Partner of ICS. [... more » ]
Participants will gain insight into techniques regarding chipping and putting, full swing, half swing and bunker play as well as the fundamental guidelines of use and maintenance of golf equipment and more. [... more » ]
"Brittany has been a fantastic representative for our company and the Kate Lord brand over the last three years," said Ken Shwartz, President, Ahead. "She is a very gifted athlete with a warm and friendly personality." [... more » ]
Traub said his biggest thrill was meeting and having lunch with Ben Hogan at Shady Oaks. "He had an intimidating presence with the most piercing eyes," said Traub who's now an accomplished instructor. [... more » ]
"Picture slow days at your course and golfers calling randomly to reserve tee times to play 36 holes because they've heard about our Swing for Survivors program," said A.J. Ali, MOM Co-Founder. [... more » ]
If you told me I could only play one more round of golf on the Peninsula, it would probably be Pebble Beach. But that's probably because I just had a great experience at Pebble. Maybe I need another crack at Cypress Point. [... more » ]
I'm like the millions of Americans wondering how one blunder could be so detrimental to those who call the Gulf Coast home. The fishermen. The hotel owners and operators. The golfers. The beach lovers. The wildlife. The best way to continue to support the Gulf Coast during this tragedy would be to continue to spend your tourism dollars in the region. [... more » ]