Golf News for Wednesday, August 4, 2010
The winner of the inaugural Greenbrier Classic used Aldila's cutting-edge technology to become the fifth person in Tour history to record a 59. He made nine birdies and an eagle in the final round. [... more » ]
"This was a defining weekend for Softspikes, as history was made on Sunday afternoon, and once again, Softspikes played a role," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"Over the years the Newbridge on Usk has earned a deserved reputation for the quality of its food and drink and we look forward to building on that success," said Dylan Matthews, Chief Executive of Celtic Manor. [... more » ]
"The Family Course Grant program provides park and recreation directors with the opportunity to establish beginner-friendly short courses within existing golf facilities," said Resa Kierstein, senior manager of partnerships for NRPA. [... more » ]
"Tammy combines her passion for digital and social media with a strong background developing and executing strategic outreach initiatives," said Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased to have Jane, Morgan and Sandy join the EIFG Board of Trustees," said Nike Vice President Bob Wood, EIFG chairman. "They complement the momentum the EIFG has created." [... more » ]
"Nick has had an exemplary career, both on and off the golf course," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy. "He is a perfect fit for the Old Tom Morris Award and we are honored to recognize him." [... more » ]
Loews has partnered with Donors Choose in order to better serve the educational needs of Nevada students. The event kicks off with an 18-hole, 4-person scramble golf tournament. [... more » ]
The power of golf to raise money is almost impossible to match for other sports. Earlier today, I just got off the phone with Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Tom Watson and Arnold Palmer, who are hosting a charity shootout called the "Champions for Change" in Benton Harbor, Michigan, on Aug. 10. What other sport brings such celebrities together for such good causes? [... more » ]
So if you think the historic Old White Course at Greenbrier Resort can be had after watching Stuart Appleby’s 59 last week on the PGA Tour, here’s your chance. The White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., resort is offering packages that include The Old White Course, breakfast and luxurious accommodations for as little as $375 for single occupancy. [... more » ]
 
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