Golf News for Tuesday, July 27, 2010
"We are fortunate to have an apparel section that is the strongest in recent years, plus an equally solid selection of top equipment," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group VP and General Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
"I've talked to the club fitters on the phone when they call to order SwingRites, but nothing compares to seeing this great group in person," said Kate Whitney, President of SwingRite, LLC. [... more » ]
"We're excited to have participated and cheered on the more than 3,000 Special Olympics athletes in this year's Summer Games," said Dr. Eric Wilson, vice president of Keiser University College of Golf. [... more » ]
"Our new site was developed to make it easier for our customers to navigate through our online catalog of over 400 products," said Tom Mitchell, Executive Vice President. [... more » ]
"We realized that we needed to make it easier for new customers to download our application and for existing subscribers to easily access their golf statistics," said Pete Charleston, president of GolfLogix, Inc. [... more » ]
New Zealand's Lynnette Brooky carded six birdies and dropped just one shot on the 498-yard par-5 5th hole to finish four shots ahead of France's Melodie Bourdy, Korea's Sarah Lee, England's Henrietta Zuel and Ireland's Martina Gillen. [... more » ]
"With four different tee boxes, we will set up the course to fit all players based on their respective flights," said tournament director James McAfee. The course is a par 71 Jeff Brauer design. [... more » ]
On a links course it doesn't matter what club you hit it's all about the shape of the shot and the initial bounce you get when the ball lands. Carnoustie allows any golfer a variety of opportunities but one bad bounce leads to disaster. Every bunker is penal, you can't advance the ball more than a sand wedge, plus the gorse wraps around your clubface sending the ball in any direction. A quad lurks on almost every hole. [... more » ]
Atunyote Golf Club, designed by Tom Fazio, one of the most graceful, well manicured courses on the PGA event schedule, is the venue for the 2010 Turning Stone Resort Championship, Aug. 2-8. The late summer dates are a welcome change from the fall slot where the tournament was stuck the past three years. [... more » ]
Ikamas, who has been Crystal Mountain's golf course superintendent for seven years, is one of just 68 to earn his CGCS certification in the state of Michigan, which has over 800 courses. [... more » ]