Golf News for Thursday, July 15, 2010
It's an astounding run of successful playing for Yes! Golf - an organization that rose to #2 position on the European Tour in 2007 / 2008 despite being a fraction of the size of the Big Five golf club brands. [... more » ]
"We congratulate the winner on her first major victory at the U.S. Women's Open," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. "She showed a high level of confidence, consistency, and determination." [... more » ]
"Our relationship with Paula is as much personal as professional," said Gary Makar, Marketing Manager, Sundog Eyewear. "We know the incredible challenges that Paula has faced." [... more » ]
"Our New Decade MultiCompound grip was used by more players than all other competitor grips combined," said Dan Koehler, director of global sales and marketing for Eaton's Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"Over the past 10 years, I have discovered by combining martial arts and my love for golf, I have been able to take total control of the power behind my practice of both," said Ryan White, author of the DVD. [... more » ]
"We're happy to see so many PGA Professionals who realize the benefits of using training aids," said Greg Shoman, vice president of marketing, SKLZ. "This practice is paying off." [... more » ]
"Zenolink enhanced the camp by adding another dimension of learning and continued training for the kids involved," said Brian O'Neill, Director of Instruction at BOYNE in Harbor Springs, Michigan. [... more » ]
"Coming to Tahoe for this event and seeing all of Gene's friends gather to honor him for a special cause is beyond words," said Terri Upshaw, Gene's widow. "Tahoe held a special place in Gene's heart." [... more » ]
"This is much more than just a place for visiting golfers to rest their heads after a day on the links," said Michael Lovett, General Manager of Prince's Golf Club, venue of the 1932 Open Championship. [... more » ]
Perhaps Tiger should just quit with the "better person" schtick and start showing up now and then for early-morning rounds in a Nike tuxedo, pouring out of a bimbo-filled limo and tossing aside a champagne flute as he steps to the first tee. After a while, we'd all get used to it and move on to the next "big" story. [... more » ]
Western New York State has another star attraction almost within earshot of the thundering waters of Niagara Falls: the $25 million Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course. One of the few new daily-fee courses to open in the country this year, the track is set on a rolling meadowland in Lewiston, N.Y. [... more » ]