Golf News for Monday, August 23, 2010
"We are passionate about golf and believe we are designing graphite golf shafts to help golfers of all skill levels play better golf by providing high quality golf shafts," said Charles Blume, owner of SK Fiber Golf. [... more » ]
"We are honored," said Frank Jemsek, Owner of Cog Hill Golf and Country Club. "Since opening Dubsdread in 1964, we have provided golfers with one of the best daily-fee experiences in the country." [... more » ]
"The pristine, pure golf environment and just the fact that the golf holes flowed so gracefully across this property," said Joe Passov, Golf Magazine's senior editor for courses and rankings. [... more » ]
"The ability to book tee times online and through the iPhone app adds to the overall convenience of playing Bayonet and Black Horse," said Dick Fitzgerald, project director for owner/operator Seaside Resort Development. [... more » ]
"Today was my best putting day of the tournament," Nolen said. "I made almost all my putts, if not all of them, inside of five feet. Knowing the grain of the grass out here helped my putting alot." [... more » ]
"Basically unchanged since its original design in 1920, No. 13 at the Seaside Course is a classic par-4, as beautiful as it is challenging," said McGladrey Classic tournament host Davis Love III. [... more » ]
"Tremendous opportunities and successful business for both vendors and buyers alike at this year's PGA Fall Expo," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group Vice President and Show Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
"Families looking to spend quality time together will enjoy this world-class destination," said director of sales and marketing, Stephen Deucker. "We provide activities designed for every family member." [... more » ]
"This is the eighth straight year Bayer will send golf course superintendents to the GCSAA Education Conference and Golf Industry Show," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy, CGCS. [... more » ]
A traditional "drive-to" destination, it seems more and more Myrtle Beach visitors are taking to the skies. Myrtle Beach International Airport is reporting its best July on record for traffic, beating levels from pre-economic downturn levels in 2005. The Grand Strand received over 117,000 passengers in the month alone. [... more » ]
 
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