Golf News for Wednesday, July 28, 2010
"The dampening advantages of the Micro Laminate Technology have eliminated the distracting and destructive 'shock' typically found in conventional graphite shafts," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"Our Company enjoyed another very successful weekend on tour, including an exciting 55th Major victory," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"We're consistently developing software features that can help our customers grow their business," said Fore! Reservations Director of Marketing Scott Merchant. "Find-A-Game does just that." [... more » ]
"Brandt has really been working hard on his putting and it has obviously paid off for him this season," said Mike Shannon, PGA Teaching Professional and Putting Instructor at Sea Island Golf Learning Center, [... more » ]
EcoBioBall makes the ocean, the sea, rivers, lakes and ponds perfect driving ranges without creating pollution and brings a clear added value to marine life, allowing golfers to practice their favorite sport. [... more » ]
"The Ocean Course enjoys one of the great settings for golf in North America, and now it has the true look and feel of a links course," said Mark Kendall, President of Kenmark Golf Management. [... more » ]
"The Greg Norman Mission Hills Junior Development Program is one of several strategic initiatives we champion," said Tenniel Chu, Executive Director, Mission Hills China. [... more » ]
"The American Golf Census is extremely important to the game's future," said Dr. Joseph Beditz, President & CEO of the NGF. "The information supplied will have positive, far-reaching effects." [... more » ]
Last Friday, the 40-day summer series began at Saratoga Springs Race Course. Until September 6th, you can head north and play some quiet and scenic upstate New York golf - and then bet on the ponies at the track. [... more » ]
Playing Sahallee C.C. for the first time last summer, I hit what I thought was a solid iron shot that appeared to be turning nicely toward the green through a narrow corridor of trees. Suddenly, as if it were alive, a branch reached out to swat my ball like Shaq in this prime. My playing partners let out a collective gasp as my ball landed directly behind an impenetrable evergreen. "Welcome to Sahalee," one of them said, almost with a snicker in his voice. [... more » ]