Golf News for Wednesday, May 5, 2010
"We have seen substantial growth each year since introducing the Heavy Putter in 2005, as our customers are extremely loyal," said Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. [... more » ]
"The new website enables us to reach clients and prospects directly, powerfully and on a personal level, and showcases an expanded brand message that defines the company," said Tom Hoch, president. [... more » ]
"This was a great weekend for us and we are happy to see that so many tour players continue to choose our family of products," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"We are proud that an experienced instructor such as Renee Powell finds 'O' BEAM valuable as a teaching aid," said Katie O'Keefe, founder, president and Chief Executive Officer of 'O' Beam. [... more » ]
"We really look to this new line as the finest garment our designers have created in the company's 34-year history. The luster and hand of the fabric is perfectly complemented," said Divots President Bob Friedman. [... more » ]
"We are excited and honored to team with Mandarin Oriental, New York, to offer guests a seamless and unforgettable golf experience," said Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang. [... more » ]
"We are really pleased to have the opportunity to work with ACCRA while developing this module. Their input was invaluable every step of the way," said Todd Richardson, President of High Definition Golf. [... more » ]
"While Pasatiempo has always been considered one of the most revered courses in America, today it also serves as a model for managing water resources," said Paul Chojnacky, Host Superintendent. [... more » ]
"The goal is to create an online community of people in the Australasian golf industry who will take ownership of the website by submitting stories and links," said Golf Industry Central director Mike Orloff. [... more » ]
Adding some excitement to the Bell Micro LPGA Classic is the newly revamped Crossings course at Magnolia Grove. I had played the Crossings course years ago and remembered little - that's never a good thing - when I returned to tee it up again in March. The new course shines much brighter now. It's a more dynamic test of golf, while actually becoming easier for everyday hackers. [... more » ]
It's a good year to be plumbing king-turned-golf mogul Herb Kohler. The PGA Championship returns to the village of Kohler, Wis., two hours north of Chicago later this year at Whistling Straits. The British Open will also head to St. Andrews in 2010. Kohler doesn't own the Old Course but does own the Old Course Hotel, Jigger Inn, Duke's Golf Club - and most recently purchased Hamilton Hall, located just off the 18th green of the Old Course. [... more » ]