Golf News for Friday, July 23, 2010
"I think that they are all good selections, and that Colin had a lot of names to choose from," said Corey Pavin, U.S. Ryder Cup Team Captain. "He obviously picked those who could help him." [... more » ]
"Complementing his commitment to promoting environmental stewardship, Andy serves as a passionate leader," said Robert Waller, Senior Director, Grounds Operations at Ritz-Carlton Golf. [... more » ]
As the country's top junior boy golfers gathered at the Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Mich., for their national championship this week, 134 of the 156 players, or 86 percent of the field, relied upon Titleist golf balls. [... more » ]
"Amanali is a strong example of our firm's global reach and emphasis on creativity and shot values," said Curley. "We have several exciting ongoing projects in Mexico, a country poised for future growth." [... more » ]
"As a long hitter, Cobra clubs are well suited to his game. He has a bright future ahead as a professional golfer, and we're thrilled to have him now," said Bob Philion, President of Cobra-Puma Golf. [... more » ]
"This groundbreaking promotion is yet another example of how Golfsmith is helping to grow the game of golf and make golf more affordable," said Marty Hanaka, president and CEO of Golfsmith. [... more » ]
"This is my last AJGA event so this tournament means a lot to me," said Duan, who has signed with UC-Irvine. "It would mean a lot to end on a win and take that confidence into four years of college golf." [... more » ]
"These specials are a great option," said Jason Himmelsbach, director of marketing for The Glens Golf Group. "These specials are perfect for those who want to play a lot of golf at a great price." [... more » ]
"It was our pleasure to help support this worthy event," said Joshua Valliere, manager of GuaranteedGolfBalls.com in reference to this year's annual Variety Bash in Victoria, Australia. [... more » ]
Six months after the opening of the TPC San Antonio and the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort and Spa, I can report two things: this 1,000-room resort is already extremely popular, and the golf courses haven't gotten any easier. [... more » ]
Some golf travelers visiting Myrtle Beach like to hit every corner of the Grand Strand on their vacation. Other groups understandably like to keep it centric to one resort, and Ocean Ridge Plantation is one of your best options to do so. That's especially the case this summer, where you can play the four "Big Cats" for just $285, which includes accommodations in a two bedroom condo. [... more » ]
 
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