Golf News for Monday, August 9, 2010
"Our Labor Day offer for active military is our way of saying 'thank you' for their sacrifices to our country," said Joel Paige, Vice President and Managing Director of PGA National. [... more » ]
Whit Watson spent seven years as an anchor at ESPN's national headquarters in Bristol, Conn., where he anchored SportsCenter, and was featured during prime news hours on ESPNews. [... more » ]
"Congratulations," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy, CGCS. "This continues to show how GCSAA members are critical to the success of the facility and valued leaders in the industry." [... more » ]
"We are excited for Metroplex golfers to experience what we believe is a special layout with a truly incredible location," said Jeff Kindred, PGA General Manager of The Old American Golf Club. [... more » ]
"While other companies continue to deliver baseless propaganda, we generate our information from the most credible source in the industry," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"We are so thrilled to know that many of the top tour players practice their putting with RoboCup," said RoboCup inventor Keith Foley. "There is nothing more satisfying for an inventor to see." [... more » ]
"With our courses and accommodations so close to the ocean and because so many golfers enjoy fishing, it just seemed natural," said Jason Himmelsbach, director of marketing for The Glens Golf Group. [... more » ]
"It is good to see that the government of Thailand is giving golf a big push - this is a move in the right direction," said the President of the Thailand Golf Course Association, Mr. Pornsit Srirorathaikul. [... more » ]
"By providing easier navigation, rich content and ease of registering for events we are improving the online experience for our visitors," said Peter Orrell, CEO of Junior Golf Corporation. [... more » ]
"Boca Raton is a hotbed for golfers and tennis players and we're proud to bring a whole new golf and tennis retail experience to the Boca area," said Marty Hanaka, president and CEO of Golfsmith. [... more » ]
If you showed the average person a map of the United States and pointed to a strangely shaped land mass between Lake Michigan and Lake Superior, my guess is that most people would figure it's Canada or Wisconsin. But it's actually a part of Michigan, a region that golfers shouldn't forget. [... more » ]