Golf News for Monday, May 3, 2010
Taking place at Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas, Big Break Sandals Resorts will showcase a field of 11 women - nine currently play on the Duramed Futures Tour. [... more » ]
"We were very pleased with the response we received," said Tournament President John Foster. "We're looking forward to continuing to enhance the experience for everyone in 2011." [... more » ]
"Since its opening in 2007, we've had great interest from non-members to play the course," said Bob Hickam, director of golf for Gray's Crossing and Old Greenwood. "The course is impeccably maintained." [... more » ]
"Bonita Bay East's large-scale acreage and variety of vegetation gave us unlimited opportunity to mold, shape and form one of the finest golf complexes in the United States," said course designer Tom Fazio. [... more » ]
Tease for Two includes: an 18-hole round of golf for one player on the Prince Course, including shared cart, bottled water, same-day use of practice facility, and a souvenir logo ball plus a spa visit. [... more » ]
"Johnny Miller continues to be a great friend to the Hall of Fame and we are thrilled he has donated these important artifacts to our permanent collection," said Jack Peter, Sr. VP and COO of the World Golf Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
"Our ongoing relationship with the EWGA demonstrates our commitment to helping more women improve and enjoy the game of golf," said Joe Assell, GolfTEC's President and Founder. [... more » ]
"If I knew this area was this much fun, we would have come here earlier," said Mike Stevens, PGA Champions Tour President, echoing a sentiment that was heard both from players and officials. [... more » ]
The commentators on PGA Tour radio on XM were calling 21-year-old Rory McIlroy's final-round course record 62 en route to winning the Quail Hollow Championship the best round of golf they had seen in years. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, 18-year-old Ryo Ishikawa shot a 58 to win the Crowns tournament in Nagoya, Japan on the Japanese tour. [... more » ]
After the litany of statistics had been read related to Tiger Woods' two futile days at Quail Hollow, Nick Faldo, in either sincere or affected bewilderment, muttered, “Blame it on the moon." Really, Sir Faldo? The moon? You think it’s the MOON that’s responsible for the worst play of Tiger's career? Like maybe his tides are off or something? [... more » ]