Golf News for Thursday, September 23, 2010
"Every opportunity to promote STEM learning today helps us inspire young people," said Christine Whitaker, Time Warner Cable area vice president for the Raleigh, Fayetteville and Coastal areas. [... more » ]
"I believe in traditional, straight-forward design that produces courses with lasting quality and that are exciting and enjoyable for all players," said Palmer who has been a player-architect since the 1950's. [... more » ]
"The new master plan at Hillcrest Country Club is designed to enable the club's amenity centers to operate with maximum efficiency, translating to increased enjoyment among the club's members," said Hoch. [... more » ]
"His relationship with head golf professionals, pro shop buyers and store owners is truly impressive and will prove to grow Fourteen Golf's sales," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"The Limited Edition putter is the most high-end offering we've ever produced," said Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. "It was created to be a truly extraordinary model for putter aficionados." [... more » ]
"With our new website, consumers can essentially try before they buy," said Brandon Theophilus, CEO of Dancin' Dogg Golf. "They'll see that OptiShot isn't a video game, it's a fully immersive, virtual golf experience." [... more » ]
"AHEAD and our sales team really believe in the mission to support our fallen heroes families and worked hard in promoting this program over the last 6 weeks," said Jeff Waller, national sales manager, AHEAD. [... more » ]
"We are happy to help support this year's Salisbury Massey Classic with our donation," said Joshua Valliere, manager of The donation is for the event's silent auction. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to partner with Pound Ridge Golf Club to offer our discerning guests preferred access to one of the best new golf courses in the U.S.," said Gilbert Baeriswil, GM at Castle on the Hudson. [... more » ]
Loch Lomond Golf Club ownership couldn't survive the latest economic downturn and handed the club over to the bank, which has been working on the sale of the club for about two years. Stories like these make me a little gun shy about ever wanting to commit to a private club without getting a good, long look at their books. If a course that is recognized world wide can't make ends meet, how will the little local club next door? [... more » ]
"Our work at Mission Hills Haikou has been exceptionally rewarding," said Brian Curley. "We were given carte blanche to create playing experiences inspired by our globe trotting." [... more » ]