Golf News for Friday, May 7, 2010
"We're thrilled to be working with The PGA of America and Medinah Country Club on such a prestigious and globally renowned event," said Mary Scott, GM of Matter, Edelman Sports and Entertainment Marketing. [... more » ]
"I am really excited to be working with Brad and am confident he will be able to help me greatly. He is a very hard worker and I am happy for him to be working on my behalf," said Blackwelder. [... more » ]
"His respect for the game of golf and long desire to create a line for it, is evident in this collection's nod to classic elegance, and true luxury," said Dwight Hansen, President & CEO of Arrive Golf Group. [... more » ]
"Providing NGF members with the most forward-looking research on trends and statistics ensures they are well-versed and prepared," said Hill, Chairman and CEO of Billy Casper Golf. [... more » ]
Hoch will address a variety of topics including "right sizing" clubhouses for fiscal effectiveness, and retaining and attracting new members and golfers through smart design. [... more » ]
"Sharni is a valuable addition to our Advisory Board. She has 12 years of executive level industry experience, and a proven track record of success," said River City Hospitality President Stephen Wilson. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to offer another model option to our popular MT-28 V5 wedge series," said company COO Marcy Kamoda, "Left-handed golfers will enjoy all the benefits of this high-performance wedge." [... more » ]
"With the new upgrades, the video camera now records at up to 60 frames per second, which is twice the speed as before," said Jack Parsons, Chief Executive Officer of ProPlay. [... more » ]
"Fila is globally recognized as a leading performance brand, and the golf collection is no exception," said Lewis. "I played really well all week and look forward to building on this for the rest of the year." [... more » ]
Greece and Spain's economic struggles have weighed on the strength of the Euro, and that means one thing for travelers: golf in Ireland keeps getting more affordable. Last year, prices came down considerably at Ireland's golf courses and resorts, especially in the southwest region. This year, it's the Euro slide that has added to the savings considerably. [... more » ]