Golf News for Monday, March 14, 2011
"We are excited to bring the TaylorMade mobile tour van to our Turkey Lake Road Superstore and provide Orlando golfers with a fitting experience just like the pros," said John Watson, CEO, Edwin Watts Golf Shops. [... more » ]
"We will be holding a limited seating course in conjunction with Doc Suttie at his winter location, The Club at Twin Eagles in Naples, Florida on April 15th," said National Sales Manager Jef Carr. [... more » ]
"Donna has been with our organization for nearly a decade and has the diverse experience, talent, and leadership skills required of this position," said Jeff Realander, CFO at Rolling Hills Casino. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to expand the reach of P3ProSwing and PuttingShark to our broad customer base through amazon.com," said Jay Russo, managing director of P3ProSwing. [... more » ]
"We chose UltimateFlora Zoysia for many reasons. First is that it is a very beautiful grass with a medium size leaf blade and deep rich green color," said George Woerner, head of Woerner Turf. [... more » ]
"Our Sellbox design team kicked it up-a-notch with our 2011 directory," said publisher David Wogahn. "A new handy size with an upgraded design layout, and as always, packed with plenty of valuable data." [... more » ]
"This is an incredibly special club and we intend to introduce new programs that will enhance the condition of the entire community," said David McDonald, President of Escalante Golf. [... more » ]
"The Icelandic people are close to, and proud of, the quality of their environment," said Icelandic President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson. "We are delighted that golf is using its unique position to reinforce deep-rooted Icelandic values - locally and across the global golf community." [... more » ]
"We are thrilled that Chie has joined the Colantotte team. She truly embodies the Trion:Z philosophy and is a promising young professional on the LPGA Tour of Japan," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
Anyone's curiosity will spike when they drive over a hill and see this. Turns out, the group ahead of us had a mishap at the Palmer Course at La Cantera's 18th hole. According to the bag boys who saw the whole thing go down, one of players drove their cart well past where they were allowed, found themselves out of control headed down a steep hill, and slid onto limestone outcroppings. [... more » ]