Golf News for Friday, September 17, 2010
"It is always exciting to see that people are enjoying the courses we design," Heckenkemper said. "Accolades from the industry are very satisfying, and it means we are doing right by the golfer." [... more » ]
"We've incorporated the traditional Burton vision of quality and master craftsmanship with the latest technology to produce a line of bags beyond comparison," said Craig Ramsbottom, President, Dynamic Brands. [... more » ]
"We're exceedingly proud to be shoemakers first and foremost, but also one of the largest producers of premium leathers," said Michael Waack, Head of Global Golf at ECCO. [... more » ]
"We're proud to be part of this inaugural tournament," said Scott Turner, PGA Professional and Director of Golf Operations at The Golf Club at Sanctuary Cove. "Sanctuary Cove is truly unique." [... more » ]
"The Aircel-PGTI 2010 schedule has delivered exciting golf till date. As we tee up for the 9.5 million rupee prize purse DLF Masters, the stakes are far higher." said Mr. Padamjit Sandhu, Director, PGTI. [... more » ]
"Our partners provide a value-added service for their loyal clients by giving them a chance to win phenomenal prizes," said Dr. Joseph Beditz, President and CEO of the National Golf Foundation. [... more » ]
"As a company with over 10 years of experience creating solutions in the golf industry, we are thrilled and honored to enter into this agreement," said Greg Gentner, COO of The Targeted Group. [... more » ]
"Our firm is experienced both inside and outside of the golf segment," said Mike Alday, president. "We look forward to developing and implementing grassroots communications programs." [... more » ]
"I am thrilled to be affiliated with the Clemson program and especially with the enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit that Rick Lucas has shown," said book author James J. Keegan. [... more » ]
When lost balls are harvested from the wetlands and native areas of Lost Key Golf Club on the Gulf Coast near the Alabama-Florida border, they're not resold to you in the golf shop; they're shipped over to Afghanistan where somebody else can take out their frustrations on them. In this case, we’re talking about U.S. soldiers, who face the stress of a hostile war environment and experience the natural longing for the things they miss at home. [... more » ]
Not unlike the United States census, it took me numerous emails to finally bite the bullet and register in the American Golf Census, conducted by the non-profit National Golf Foundation. Unlike the government census, the NGF's golf census is giving away prizes for being counted. $100,000 worth of equipment, and even golf trips to places like Pinehurst and Pebble Beach will be given away to some of those who enter. [... more » ]