Golf News for Monday, August 16, 2010
"When you see the list of outstanding golf courses in the United States that are part of the Top 100, it is truly an honor to be recognized," said Dennis Nicholl, head golf professional at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. [... more » ]
"To receive such an accolade from GOLF Magazine, especially since Shining Rock only has been open for play for four months, is fantastic," said Shining Rock Golf Club spokesman Tim Gordon. [... more » ]
"The story and character behind the Renaissance Golf Club make it a fascinating, high-energy project," said architectural designer Hoch. "We are excited to finally unveil the finished club interior." [... more » ]
"The team is thrilled to be back among friends and colleagues in Vegas," said Nancy Robitaille, Fila Golf principal designer. "It's a perfect opportunity to give retailers a look at the evolution." [... more » ]
"The Practice Pod Pro is ideal for practicing important shot making techniques," said Greg Shoman, vice president of marketing, SKLZ. "This training tool will help golfers effectively work on perfecting those shots." [... more » ]
"I love Ireland. This is my sixth win in Ireland if you count the time I won in Northern Ireland in 2003 and at the World Cup," said Gustafson, who was wearing a prototype of a new Druh black leather belt. [... more » ]
"Bob Pearsall is an esteemed and well-regarded practitioner of best agronomic golf course practices," said Ray Peters, Executive Director of the Squaxin Island Tribe, owner of Salish Cliffs Golf Club. [... more » ]
Under the direction of Chris Caulfield, the bilancio golf studio will feature a state-of-the art AboutGolf simulator, along with high speed cameras and video software, and a practice bay. [... 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 [... more » ]
"We are offering a unique opportunity to play one of the country's most prestigious courses while supporting a very worthy cause," said Margaret Downey, president of the EWGA Foundation. [... more » ]
If Corey Pavin and Jim Gray’s little altercation at the PGA Championship haven’t made things clear enough, it’s safe to say we’re all starting to get Ryder Cup fever. I ran into a group of guys on The Legend course at Shanty Creek Resorts this morning who have it probably more than anyone else in Michigan. The group of seven foursomes kicked off a long weekend of golf competition amongst each other in the area. [... more » ]