Golf News for Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Holly Sonders will provide tournament and news updates as well as the top headlines of the day at the bottom of the hour during Morning Drive. She comes to Golf Channel from KATV in Little Rock, Ark., where she was a news and sports reporter. [... more » ]
Powered by Aldila's RIP Technology in his Driver, the U.S. Open winner was named the 2010 Player of the Year by the Golf Writers Association of America. He also won the Golf Writers Trophy. [... more » ]
"It was an honor to have him take the time in his busy schedule to speak to our students," said Dr. Eric Wilson, Executive Director of Golf Operations at the Keiser University College of Golf. [... more » ]
"The Styx program easily pays for itself and the once 'necessary evil' of rental clubs is now a meaningful profit center for golf shops," said Jim Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Styx. [... more » ]
"I really enjoy working on classically design courses," said Joe Jemsek, principal, Jemsek Golf Design. "Windermere is a wonderful, mature layout which rewards shot makers." [... more » ]
"I am really excited about my decision to sign with Srixon," said McDowell. "There is a great energy amongst the team at Srixon regarding my signing with them and I am looking forward to feeding off this energy." [... more » ]
"Our decision to partake in this year's show is largely due to our new 2011 Trion:Z line-up. We're introducing some extremely innovative and new magnetic products," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
"Bayonet Black Horse is excited to team up with Poppy Hills to offer a tremendous opportunity for golf enthusiasts," said Dick Fitzgerald, Director for Seaside Resort Development which operates Bayonet Black Horse. [... more » ]
Seems like this time of the year every golf pundit, prognosticator, fan, player, and caddy are making their predictions or telling everyone, "I'm sure this or that is going to happen." Picking golf scores or tournament winners is a lot like predicting the weather. There's a lot of scientific knowledge available for analysis but if too many putts lip out instead of dropping it's going to be a long season for anyone inside the top echelon. [... more » ]
Booking tee times online through really does make sense. It's easy and usually quicker than doing it on the phone. Plus, if you're shopping around for the best deal, you can quickly compare times and rates online without having to make multiple phone calls. And now, through's tee time service, you can book tee times at dozens of Myrtle Beach courses! [... more » ]