Golf News for Monday, February 28, 2011
"I am incredibly excited to work with the KemperLesnik team to create, cultivate and expand my vision and brand which is to measurably improve golfer's scoring abilities," said Joe Bosco, CEO of Joe Bosco Golf. [... more » ]
"It was down to fate if you got a tee time which meant anyone could get a game, but it didn't provide you with much leeway in terms of arranging your stay," said Stephen Owen, president of Stayinstandrews. [... more » ]
"The ING Demo Lab really levels the playing for the smaller companies in the golf industry," said George Baker, CEO of Razor Golf. "Everyone has the same size display area, and the same opportunity." [... more » ]
Aphrodite Hills, the Secret Valley, Minthis Hills and the new Elea golf resort designed and completed by Nick Faldo, are paving the way for Cyprus to become a top golfing destination in Europe. [... more » ]
"Abbey Hill's PGA professionals have helped more than 1,000 children get into golf - children who would normally have little or no access to the sport," said Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]
"The SwingAnalyser has been a great success on Everyday Golf Coach HD and I have received a lot of positive feedback from users," said Noel Rousseau, who designed, produced and presents the app. [... more » ]
"We applaud Forsgate Country Club for their professionalism and dedication to enhancing the wedding planning experience last year," said Timothy Chi, WeddingWire's Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
It looks like golfers can breathe a little easier the next time they're facing down a long par 4, into the wind with houses on both sides of the fairway. You may have to reload if you hit it O.B., but at least there's a decent chance you'll beat the lawsuit coming your way. A golfer in Illinois was ruled to not be at fault after an errant shot hit a gardener. [... more » ]
When you think of great golf, you probably don't think of El Paso, Texas. I certainly didn't think of El Paso that way growing up there, despite the dominating presence of Lee Trevino at the time. Back in the 1970s and '80s, there wasn't much to choose from in terms of public golf. But that's changed in a big way in 2007 with the addition of Butterfield Trail Golf Club, which continues to pile up the honors. [... more » ]