Golf News for Tuesday, July 20, 2010
"The new WedgeWorks Exclusives provide golfers a Tour-inspired and Tour-validated Vokey TVD Spin Milled wedge with all of the custom options," said Steve Pelisek, General Manager, Titleist Golf Clubs. [... more » ]
"Toftrees' First Annual Family Golf Festival on Sunday, August 1, a wonderful opportunity for golfing families to visit Toftrees for a fun day of free golf ," said Bill Nault, Vice President, Operations, Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
"The combination of our app and the Palm Pre is great. It allows golfers to fully utilize GolfLogix and have simultaneous access to their familiar applications," adds Pete Charleston, president of GolfLogix, Inc. [... more » ]
"I started playing AJGA in 2006 - it has helped me get recognition from golf coaches, and I have made a lot of friends," said Stewart of Peoria, Ariz., who is a University of Purdue commit. [... more » ]
"It was a wild tournament and I'll never forget it," Dozier said. "I wish it could have been on TV. I got lucky hitting those hybrids so close in the playoff. It's just a shame that someone had to lose." [... more » ]
"The intent of this IPM Planning Guide is to help golf facilities document their IPM work, which will improve their environmental stewardship," said GCSAA Director of Research Clark Throssell, Ph.D. [... more » ]
"With the support of the EIFG and Syngenta, GCSAA is able to provide opportunities for our members and their children that otherwise may not have been available," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy. [... more » ]
"Although it is impossible to express the level of gratitude they deeply deserve, we wanted to find some way to give back to our soldiers and their families," said Chris Beck, Brand Manager for Srixon. [... more » ]
"We extend an open invitation to all visitors to share ideas and discuss current issues and challenges being faced throughout the industry," said Mike Orloff, a golf course operation's specialist. [... more » ]
This week's Open proves that while the Old is always a special place, it’s too bizarre of a golf course to hog such an important event yearly. Top players overdue for their first major like England’s Casey, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Justin Rose have to be licking their chops for Muirfield in 2013, where fluke or runaway winners like Oostheizen simply never prevail. [... more » ]
The Shattuck in an unusual name for a highly unusual golf course in an unusually remote location in southern New Hampshire. During my annual New England summer sojourn, I occasionally return to this funhouse of a golf course with some of my old running buddies. A recent visit, just a few days after the 4th of July, stirred up some fond memories. [... more » ]