Golf News for Wednesday, January 12, 2011
"It is very rewarding to look back over the years and see how we've progressed, see how many valued friends we've made in the golf business," said Bob Friedman, Divots' founder. [... more » ]
"I've won some great tournaments, but I would think this is probably the best field that I've won in my career," said Jonathan Byrd, a Kentwool staff player. "So this is definitely a springboard for me." [... more » ]
"FocusBand is to golf coaching perhaps as important a leap in technology as the change from the Feathery to Gutta-Percha golf balls," said Graham Boulton, FocusBand Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
"We constantly develop new technologies to make our unique system even better, and this recognition proves that we're on the right path," said Brandon Theophilus, CEO of Dancin' Dogg Golf. [... more » ]
"Golf Channel is the premier source for golf content and we are very excited to become their trusted partner," said Michael Falato, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Txtstation. [... more » ]
"There are a lot of people out there leaving money on the table and Resort & Golf can get the word out for us," said Timothy J. Miscovich, managing partner of Hospitality Asset Advisors, LLC. [... more » ]
"The original cast Dynacraft Prophet Tour iron was such a success, there was a call for a forged iron with a similar design," said Hireko Golf Technical Director Jeff Summitt. [... more » ]
"By naming this program ' Fair Way Forward' we want to emphasize forward thinking, ways to treat women golfers fairly," said Val Littlefield, Chair of the EWGA Advocacy Committee. [... more » ]
"Each year, the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is a must-see for golf fans and celebrity watchers around the world," said CB Tuite, General Sales Manager, ECCO USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
It was hard to beat Bubba Watson's second shot on Thursday for the Kodak Challenge shot of the tournament. Watson hit a risky driver off the fairway from over 305 yards out to just 11 feet from the cup. [... more » ]
My prediction for the BCS title game was Nike University at Eugene over Auburn 44-39. Debating the two universities' respective states as golf destinations, I also have to give Oregon the nod - by a duck's bill. I give Oregon the nod because it's got so many different types of golf destinations rolled up into one. [... more » ]
Desert Willow Golf Resort, which is owned by the city of Palm Desert, Calif., is already one of the finest municipal golf facilities in the country. With the recent completion of a $4.8 million clubhouse and facilities renovation, it became that much better. [... more » ]