Golf News for Thursday, July 1, 2010
"When an event goes into a sudden-death playoff, precision and accuracy are crucial, and Dynamic Gold consistently shows it has what it takes," said Scott Hennessy, president of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"My caddy and I figured the ball would go twelve percent farther due to elevation and another eight percent because of adrenaline. I hit a perfect six-iron from 235-yards. I think it was half luck, half skill," said Lovemark. [... more » ]
On the PGA Tour, Bubba Watson trusted the Pro V1x to claim his first career victory at the Travelers Championship. At the LPGA Championship, Titleist Pro V1 loyalist Cristie Kerr enjoyed a "dream performance." [... more » ]
"I'm extremely grateful to be part of the Summit Golf Brands family," said Draddy, who lives in Rye, N.Y. "I've always had great respect for both Fairway & Greene and Zero Restriction." [... more » ]
"That we are able to offer these presenters and topics at no cost represents an especially timely and affordable opportunity," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group Vice President and General Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
"The 9 & Dine Fridays are perfect for golf and food enthusiasts who want to enjoy some of Colorado's best mountain golf and traditional culinary favorites from around the globe," said Rhonda Boutelle, GM. [... more » ]
"Urban Golf provides the premier indoor golf center experience in the United Kingdom and we are pleased to partner with them," said Chuck Faust, President and COO of aboutGolf. [... more » ]
"Daily fee, private club and resort clients will benefit from the quality and variety of goods PCCC offers, as well as excellent personal customer service," said Jim Bailey, Managing Partner of ICS. [... more » ]
"Combine relaxed leisure and downtown excitement," says Hôtel Le Germain Toronto GM Paul de La Durantaye. "With our new relationship with Angus Glen Golf course, we are able to offer that." [... more » ]
President Barack Obama has reportedly played 39 rounds of golf since his presidency began. Thirty-nine rounds of golf since January of 2009 means that in about 18 months, he tees it up about twice a month. Do you play twice a month? Or does that 9-to-5 cubicle job and family keep you busier than the President of the United States? [... more » ]
Kenny Perry has committed to donating $2,000 for every birdie he makes in in the Greenbrier Classic at the historic Greenbrier Resort. The money will go to the 29 families affected by the April mining disaster in West Virginia. Greenbrier owner James Justice, who has pledged to match Perry's donations. [... more » ]
 
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