Golf News for Wednesday, August 11, 2010
"We have been very blessed with the weather we've had and the course is in great shape," said Michael Lee, a 25-year member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA). [... more » ]
"The PGA Fall Expo is a great opportunity for us to show the trade our new product line," said Karen Lovcik, CEO, Glove It. "We are especially excited to debut our new Glove It Signature line." [... more » ]
"Ahead and our sales team really believe in the mission to support our fallen heroes families and are working hard promoting this program," said Jeff Waller, national sales director, Ahead. [... more » ]
"We are glad to assist U.S. soldiers stationed overseas by supplying them with golf balls they can use for practice or play," said Joshua Valliere, manager of GuaranteedGolfBalls.com. [... more » ]
"We are excited to be working with Acentic, our long term partner which has delivered high quality service to the resort over many years," said Russell Philips, VP of Facilities and Development at Celtic Manor. [... more » ]
"We couldn't be happier with Turf Solutions Group. They completely surprised us," said Bob Breedlove, an Emerald Bay Member and Vice President of the Emerald Bay Board of Directors. [... more » ]
The Nor Cal Open Championship is open to PGA and non-PGA professionals, and amateurs with registered indexes of 3.4 or less. The championship will be preceded by a skins game on Sun. Sept. 12. [... more » ]
The week kicks off with a military celebration aboard the USS Intrepid, featuring Phil Mickelson, and also includes a Military Appreciation Day and free admission for personnel and their dependents. [... more » ]
"Facebook has millions of users and it's important for us to communicate in as many ways as possible to build awareness for the unique playing benefits of our shafts," said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. [... more » ]
While most of the attention in the golf world is on the other side of Lake Michigan at Whistling Straits for the PGA Championship, a pretty big event was held on the shores of southwest Michigan Tuesday. The Golf Club at Harbor Shores hosted the Champions for Change event, bringing in golf course designer Jack Nicklaus and his buddies Arnold Palmer, Johnny Miller and Tom Watson for a charity skins game and clinic. [... more » ]