Golf News for Wednesday, July 7, 2010
The winner played Aldila's NV shaft in his 3 Wood and VS Proto in his hybrid club to help capture his record-tying third title. The second place finisher also played their NV in his hybrid club. [... more » ]
"RTJ II has demonstrated over 40 years that we can help our clients earn substantial reward on their investments," said RTJ II's President and Chief Design Officer Bruce Charlton. [... more » ]
"We want to create a place where members and visitors not only enjoy the experience of playing a world-class course, but can savour their time off the course as well," said Arthur Gromadzki, chairman of Modry Las. [... more » ]
"At the turn Patrick and I were tied and he was playing solid, too," said Paolucci of Del Mar, California. "I was very good at keeping a good frame of mind when things started to get tight." [... more » ]
"I am proud of Mia and Will for their work surrounding golf car safety," said PGA Head Professional Jeff Burger. "I am not alone, as our club members enthusiastically join me in congratulating them." [... more » ]
"We're hearing from influential West Coast buyers that the new dates and venue have made the show a must-attend event," said Michael J. Setola, President/CEO Greg Norman Collection. [... more » ]
Not only is the Golf Cart Mister a great way for the individual golfer to stay cool but provides a huge value add for golf courses looking to impress their golfers and enhance the golf experience. [... more » ]
"The new 'Swing Tips HD Facebook application is the perfect complement to our new Kodak Playsport Video Camera," said Steven Powell, Director of Program Development for the Kodak Challenge. [... more » ]
"I met Joey D three years ago and discovered we share the same vision," said Ken Pierce, President of GolfGym LLC and Coach Joey D's partner in the Academy. "We want to change the way golfers view biomechanics." [... more » ]
The basic approach of this app is to break down the golf swing into images of distinct positions in the golf swing for purposes of analysis and comparison with other golfers/images. [... more » ]
"Golf is a funny game, full of irony and contradiction," James Long Hale says. "It was started by shepherds, the lowest of the low in society, and yet is has risen to a game for the elite. Sonnets were also written for the masses, not the elites, and yet have come to be associated with elite society." [... more » ]
Since I know that not everyone is privy to the goings-on from a day of preparation (T-minus two, as I count, before Thursday’s first round), I’m going to share with you the most intriguing quotes or revelations from each of six important contestants in the 2010 USGA Women’s Open. [... more » ]