Golf News for Monday, January 10, 2011
"We are happy to have Amy join our communications committee, where she will connect with some of the best PR, marketing and communication minds in the golf business," said Cathy Harbin, Director, GOLF 20/20. [... more » ]
"The PGA Tour is thrilled with its partnership with Kodak and we look for continued growth of the Kodak Challenge in its third year," said Tom Wade, PGA Tour executive vice-president and chief marketing officer. [... more » ]
"If you want to lower your handicap, improving your short game and putting should be your biggest priority," said Dave Pelz, renowned short game coach and advisor to Phil Mickelson. "It's that simple." [... more » ]
"We will launch the new Instructor Certification Level 1 program at the PGA Show in cooperation with the AMF group," said Jef Carr, U.S. National Sales Manager with Science and Motion Sports. [... more » ]
"It is a pleasure to serve PGA Professionals through our custom gifts eStore and the significant donation we make to the PGA Relief and Benevolent Fund," said David Gowdy, founder and CEO of Barrington. [... more » ]
"In the footwear and glove business, quality products and superior sales and service are the keys to success," said Kent Wheeler, director of sales and marketing, Etonic Worldwide. [... more » ]
"Our Honda Classic Experience package provides a true 'inside the ropes' PGA Tour feel for our guests," said Joel Paige, Vice President and Managing Director. "The Honda Classic is our pinnacle event." [... more » ]
"The Maybury is perfect for those starting out in golf, for families looking for a fun game, or for those seasoned golfers looking to brush up on their short game," said Mike O'Connell, Hoebridge Golf Centre GM. [... more » ]
Here's hoping Machrie, founded in 1891, can survive the transition and live to see brighter days. We know The Donald loves Scotland links, so maybe he's interested in adding to his UK portfolio (as long as there are no wind farms planned). [... more » ]