Golf News for Thursday, March 10, 2011
"Stuart's careful leadership and congenial style made Kingsbarns everything it has come to be," said Art Dunkley, Kingsbarns co-founder and owner. "I personally thank Stuart for his absolute dedication to Kingsbarns." [... more » ]
"Mitch's proven instructional methods have lead to the improvement of thousands of golfers of all abilities," says Bill Troyanoski, General Manager of Half Moon Bay Golf Links. [... more » ]
The ING World Qualifier will be conducted Monday afternoon, May 23, at Innisbrook Resort, where the PGA Tour's Transitions Championship is taking place next week. The winning twosome in the net best ball points format will receive a trip to Cameron House on Loch Lomond, Scotland to compete in October's International Pairs World Finals. [... more » ]
"It was always our position to be at the forefront of China's golf development. Mission Hills is delighted to host the first European Senior Tour event in Shenzhen, China," said Tenniel Chu, Executive Director of Mission Hills China. [... more » ]
"This was our fifth time hosting the Honda Classic and the event gets more spectacular every year," said Joel Paige, Vice President and Managing Director of PGA National. [... more » ]
"We look forward to leveraging our skills in these areas, along with our unmatched practical knowledge of golf, for the benefit of the KitchenAid brand," said Tom Valdiserri, senior vice president of KemperLesnik. [... more » ]
"It is clear from the number of loss-making golf facilities that market forces continue to impact on the performance of courses," said Andrea Sartori, head of KPMG's Golf Advisory Practice. [... more » ]
"With their support, we will be able to provide AJGA members with the opportunity to use new Clicgear technology at all our events," said Jason Etzen, AJGA chief business officer. [... more » ]
"Every year staff and visitors at Abbey Hill put in a tremendous amount of effort to raise money for this great cause, and this year will be no different," said Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]
Furnace Creek Golf Course, the lowest track in the world at 214 below sea level, is great fun to play for the 90 percent of golfers who aren't looking exclusively for a Pebble Beach or Torrey Pines experience, or laser-perfect tee boxes. Designed by William Bell in 1930, expanded to 18 holes in 1968 and redesigned by Perry Dye in 1997, there are enough challenges to make it interesting while the mountains all around provide stunning visual distractions. [... more » ]