Golf News for Wednesday, October 12, 2011
"We tested the M-Series at this year's Master ClubFitter Certification Program in Germany, and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive," said Jennifer King, President of KZG. [... more » ]
"We knew it was just a matter of time until he won his first tournament. He is such a tremendous player and his scores are a testament to that," said Trion:Z Chief Executive Officer Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
"I am pleased to welcome Mary to the Board of Directors of Armada. Her experience in building the brand of MLB Network will contribute directly," said R. Thomas Kidd, CEO of Armada. [... more » ]
"We are so pleased that FarmLinks has earned a distinguished position among the best resorts in North America, from such a well-regarded national publication," said Erle Fairly, president of FarmLinks. [... more » ]
Amelia River Golf Club -- just north of Jacksonville and within minutes of the historic town of Fernandina Beach -- offers great golf minutes from the famous Amelia Island beaches! This package includes golf, lunch, range balls, and a $10 golf shop certificate for only $75. [... more » ]
"It's about helping make dreams come true for the hardworking students involved in The Immokalee Foundation and its programs," said Kevin Johnson, Chairman of the golf committee of The Johnson Meland Group. [... more » ]
Kodak leader Bill Lunde is not playing this week. The tricky par-4 13th on the Seaside Course in Sea Island, Ga., represents one of Cameron Tringale's last chances to catch Lunde for first place. [... more » ]
"After remembering the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Karen and I are excited to hold this incredible event in New York City on Veteran's Day," said Jamie Moyer, president of The Moyer Foundation. [... more » ]
"Pink October has established a reputation as being one of our most popular and well supported fun charity initiatives," said Russell Stebbings, Wycombe Heights Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]