Golf News for Tuesday, February 8, 2011
The Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, which features 36 holes of Greg Norman-designed golf, is this week's featured property at OrlandoGolf.com, the leading site for anyone planning to play golf in Orlando. [... more » ]
The Currituck Club, Kilmarlic Golf Club and Nags Head Golf Links are named in North Carolina Golf Panel's "Top 100 You Can Play" published in the official 2011 North Carolina Golf Guide. [... more » ]
"The Society Texas Scramble is our way of saying thank you to those golf societies from across the country for their continued support," said Simon Folbigg, Aldwickbury Park Sales and Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"This offers further proof of our dedication to provide our guests a total experience at Grand Cypress," said Joe Angelino, director of golf operations for Grand Cypress Golf Club. [... more » ]
"Tacit's reputation in the U.K. is unparalleled, and that matches the type of quality we promise to deliver with our maintenance program. It is a very nice fit," said Mark Doble, CEO at Key Golf. [... more » ]
"In the end it became a bit of a cruise, but I'm delighted with the week," said Bjorn. "I played solid golf - just one bogey in the last 54 holes - and on this golf course and in these conditions, that's good going." [... more » ]
"The packed aisles, industry enthusiasm and increased order writing reported by vendors are all solid indicators of a strong business cycle," said PGA Worldwide Golf Exhibitions Senior VP Ed Several. [... more » ]
"We are excited about the future of The Course at Aberdeen and look forward to bringing the course and experience up to its original promise," said course owner and developer Barbara Young. [... more » ]
"It was truly an honor to host my fellow PGA colleagues who all share the same passion and commitment to grow the game," said Andy Mitchell, PGA, Director of Golf Operations, Marriott's Grande Vista. [... more » ]
"This is the largest grassroots consumer retail tour in golf, and we hope that it will help drive golfers to play more, and better, golf in 2011" said John Watson, CEO, Edwin Watts Golf. [... more » ]
While Dallas barely broke out of the deep freeze on Super Bowl Sunday, Houston, 260 miles south, thawed out nicely. We went out around 1:30 this afternoon; finished around 5 p.m. or so, grabbed some Super Bowl takeout and started the game in my house about 40 minutes after kickoff. (If you don’t have DVR, by the way, you should. It’s the only way to get through commercial television.) [... more » ]