Golf News for Tuesday, May 25, 2010
"We congratulate the BMW Charity Pro-Am champion on earning his second career Nationwide Tour title," said Mr. Tak Yamada, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"We are very excited", said Bill Holowaty, the VP of North American Operations for Miura Golf. "The unique sole design (each wedge grinded by hand) delivers uncompromised performance." [... more » ]
"There were many great products launched or shown at ING, so for the Mutation Irons to be considered No. 1 by the attendees is quite an honor," said vice president of marketing Michael Vandiver. [... more » ]
"By doing this operation in house we can offer our partners a low cost customization with extremely quick turnaround," said Marty Greenwald, National Sales Manager for Champ / MacNeill Engineering. [... more » ]
"If you are in Bangkok right now, you will notice that life is proceeding as normal with the usual hustle and bustle," said Mike Sebastian, managing director of Asia Pacific Golf Development Conferences. [... more » ]
"The Patriot Cup will be two inspiring days of golf and country," said Major Dan Rooney, F-16 Fighter Pilot, Tulsa resident and founder of the Folds of Honor Foundation. [... more » ]
"Customer feedback has also shown how quickly golfers felt comfortable with the grip's superior ergonomics and how well they were releasing the club through impact," said Lee Miller, CEO of Feel Golf. [... more » ]
"Tony has been a pleasure to work with and has put together a good plan and an excellent team," said Kerry Haigh, PGA of America managing director for championships and business development. [... more » ]
Golf Fitness Magazine recently spoke with Las Vegas resident Natalie Gulbis to learn just what it takes to be one of the top LPGA players. Gulbis shared her in-season, travel friendly workout routine. [... more » ]
In spite of all the obstacles, those of us who love the game and see its potential as a lifetime passion, persist. More than 6.6 million play at least three rounds of golf per year and 24 percent of all golfers are women. Most want to be seen as golfers first, women second. [... more » ]