Golf News for Monday, October 31, 2011
"We have known all along Salish Cliffs is a special course, one we hope golfers will rate among North America's finest," said Head Professional David Kass, PGA. "It's a great honor." [... more » ]
"We are enormously proud to be shortlisted for another award, and one as important as Best Course in the Asian Golf Monthly Awards," said Chris White, GM of Aldar Properties (Golf Division). [... more » ]
At Dormie Club, Coore-Crenshaw created a new treasure of American golf by incorporating a wide variety of old-school design features such as reachable par-4s, wind tunnels, a 241-yard reverse Redan par-3, as well as an impressive collection of natural-looking green complexes and bunkers that are remarkably varied in size and shape. [... more » ]
Tuscany Golf Club, a classic Ted Robinson design that will test scratch golfers yet remains accessible to high handicappers, is this week's featured course at, the leading site for anyone planning to play golf in Las Vegas. [... more » ]
Branson Creek Golf Club and The Clarion Hotel in Branson are proud to announce a stay and play package for 2011. This is a great opportunity to stay at a wonderful hotel right in the heart of the acclaimed Branson Strip, as well as play the beautiful Branson Creek Golf Club, ranked the "#1 Public Course in Missouri" by Golf Digest, starting from $115.98. [... more » ]
"It has been the unwavering support of the world's top golfers and the presence of celebrities of the stage, screen and other sports who have given freely of their time that has been central to the success of the Gary Player Invitational in South Africa," said Marc Player, CEO Black Knight International. [... more » ]
"The Club at 12 Oaks is one of the finest golf facilities in North Carolina," said a Junior Golf Foundation spokesperson. "The Nicklaus design group did a great job with the golf course." [... more » ]
"The EWGA Championship is fair and equitable for all levels," said Moreaux. "I encourage everyone who likes to challenge themselves to go and compete. It is an excellent chance to learn and grow." [... more » ]
"Strengthening the mental game is essential to any player who wants to perform their best at the most critical moments," said Bob Baldassari, GM of the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance. [... more » ]
"The operational and strategic initiatives that we have been instituting over the last three years have strengthened our foundation," said Martin Hanaka, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Golfsmith. [... more » ]