Golf News for Tuesday, March 1, 2011
"While we 'polish this gem' we will be focusing on enhancing shot values and playability on every hole," said firm Chairman and Master Architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. [... more » ]
"Membership prices are currently being offered with two installments so the second, final payment can be deferred until 2013 when the Club goes fully private," said Dormie Club Membership Chairman Mike Philips. [... more » ]
"Burhill Golf & Leisure prides itself on a commitment to delivering to our members and visitors consistently high levels of service, quality and value," said Tristan Hall, who is responsible for the two clubs. [... more » ]
"Once we found certain features that seemed to allow air flow to pass more efficiently we began the process of piecing together our first prototype," said Hireko Golf Technical Director Jeff Summitt. [... more » ]
"Half Moon Bay Golf Links serves as the perfect venue for The Bay Area Championship with pristine conditions and incredible ocean vistas," said Andy Nisbet, Tour Director for Bay Area U.S. Kids Golf. [... more » ]
"The new facilities at Tascosa promise to enhance the member experience and cement our status as the best family-oriented club in Texas' panhandle," said John Dunn, Tascosa Golf Club's managing partner. [... more » ]
"Trion:Z began seeding the PGA and LPGA Tours with the Maginsole MINI this month. Early indicators detect that our innovative insoles will experience great success this season," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
OptimalClub is reinventing the Golf GPS app through intuitive club selection/suggestion features that can account for weather conditions, elevation and overall playing conditions. [... more » ]
"We are proud to help support American active-duty troops and combat veterans by donating some high-quality used golf balls for their enjoyment," said Joshua Valliere, manager of Guaranteed Golf Balls. [... more » ]
Luke Donald won the WGC-Accenture Match Play, after a slight hail delay, and when the sun came out, the golf course looked great on TV. Fortunately, the freak snow was just that. Most of the time, you can count on great weather in the Tucson area, even in the summer because the elevation is higher than it is in Phoenix, which means it doesn’t get quite as hot. (The forecast for this week in the Tucson area, by the way, is 80 degrees with no chance of rain.) [... more » ]