Golf News for Monday, January 31, 2011
"Our goal in every issue is to offer our readers insight from the best and brightest in the industry and Rickie Fowler is quickly becoming one," said Jerry Tarde, chairman and editor-in-chief of Golf Digest. [... more » ]
"With the Scottish Open and The Nairn Golf Festival featuring prominently, this year should see even more people enjoying this extraordinary stretch of coastline," said Alister Asher, chairman of the Nairn Golf Festival Committee. [... more » ]
"Premier golf instruction is a proud tradition of St. Andrews Country Club, and our Golf Performance Center goes to great lengths to provide growth opportunities," said Craig D. Martin, St. Andrews COO and GM. [... more » ]
"We spoke to thousands of golfers coast to coast and the majority had no idea of what true custom fitting is all about and how it can shave strokes," said Jon Last, President of Sports and Leisure Research Group. [... more » ]
"The Datrek brand has a long history of introducing innovative golf bags with fashion forward design elements," said Craig Ramsbottom, President, Dynamic Brands, of which Datrek is a division. [... more » ]
Central to the entire HIRZL glove offering is the GRIPPP Technology used in the manufacturing process that provides 100% sweat-free palms, up to 3 times the grip in dry and up to 5 times the grip in wet conditions. [... more » ]
"David Fay has one of the brightest minds in sport, as his friends in golf have known for 30 years," said Golf Digest Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Jerry Tarde. "He's incisive, witty and opinionated." [... more » ]
Meeting room #309A at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando was packed with ING (International Network of Golf) members and many others who got the word Natalie Gulbis would make an appearance at the cocktail hour. Whether it was the presence of Gulbis, Matt Kuchar, Paula Creamer, Greg Norman and Annika Sorenstam along with other golf celebs injecting new energy into the Show or whether people, tired of commiserating with each other about the depressing state of the industry, were poised to put on smiley new faces, there was a definite buzz of optimism in this year's event. [... more » ]
Planning your next Las Vegas golf vacation? If you’ve played golf in Las Vegas before, you’ve probably played - or at least heard about - Desert Pines Golf Club. The course is in great shape of late (just in time for the crowds that pile into Vegas for the Super Bowl). See for yourself and their new Web site, www.desertpinesgolf.com. [... more » ]
"The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course connects nature with the ancient game of golf," said Director of Golf Steven Young. "Breath-taking scenery complements Stanley Thompson's genius layout." [... more » ]