Golf News for Friday, June 25, 2010
"Myrtle Beach is a great destination for fall golf," said Jim Woodring, vice-president of golf operations for the Myrtle Beach National Company. "With this special and events like our Carolina Couples Classic in October, we look forward to cooler days and great conditions on all of our golf courses." [... more » ]
"We are thrilled that Arnold Palmer has re-signed with AHEAD," said Ken Shwartz, President, AHEAD. "He is a true asset to AHEAD and we look forward to continuing our relationship with him." [... more » ]
"Our product on Tour is growing at a rate beyond our wildest expectations," said Bill Henwood, President of Solid Golf. "Tour players know that putting directly impacts how successful they can be. [... more » ]
"We believe that Holly Geoghegan and her team at GMS will be extremely effective in helping us execute our company's very focused marketing strategy," said Bill Henwood, President of Solid Golf. [... more » ]
"I have to applaud Larry (Johnson, the course superintendent) and the entire North Ridge Country Club," says Andrew Staples, ASGCA Associate and the golf course architect in charge of the project. [... more » ]
"PCA is extremely excited about our new relationship with Crooked Creek Golf Club. We look forward to building a partnership," said Anthony Mullins, a Private Club Associates Partner. [... more » ]
If you are planning on attending the 8TH Annual ING Fall Forum at the PGA Fall Expo, NOW is the time to register. Prices go up dramatically after this week. [... more » ]
As temperatures soar, Vegas green fees typically come down, which means you can get some pretty good package deals. For example, one package includes golf at Rhodes Ranch Golf Club and accommodations at the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, starting at $100 per night for Monday through Thursday. On the weekends it's $140. [... more » ]
Celano began round 2 one shot ahead of the 2009 Champion, Chase Koepka of Lake Worth, and was able to build upon his lead, ultimately claiming victory by five shots over the field. [... more » ]
"Now in its 15th year, the EWGA Championship is considered the world's largest amateur women's golf competition with over 2400 participants," said Pam Swensen, CEO of the EWGA. [... more » ]
Richard Shirley's winning essay describes his experience at the 1975 and 1986 Masters while following golf greats Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and then makes a connection to the 2010 Masters. [... more » ]