Golf News for Tuesday, March 15, 2011
" identifies and aggregates the people who golf courses and marketers want to do business with, wherever they're watching, surfing or traveling to play the game," said Gene Pizzolato, chief operating officer, Golf Channel New Media Ventures. [... more » ]
"It's good for the state golf association to cultivate partnerships with companies in the golf industry that are also in our backyard," said GSGA Executive Director Mike Waldron. [... more » ]
""Yes! Golf UK and Europe Ltd. have been instrumental to the success of the brand and we are pleased to continue that relationship," said Jay Allen, VP, Sales and International Operations for Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"Those who we spoke to are completely focused on working together and continuing to push forward in these tough economic times," said Eddie Reid, Managing Director of TGI Golf. [... more » ]
"The Punta Mita Gourmet & Golf Classic provides travelers an opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture, sport and splendor of the destination," said Carl Emberson, GM of St. Regis Punta Mita Resort. [... more » ]
"The new collection continues to offer the best of sophistication, quality and craftsmanship," said David Kinsey of The Kinsey Partnership, Marbas' exclusive agent for the UK, Ireland and Middle East. [... more » ]
"The High Definition Golf simulator is an amazing piece of leading edge technology. It allows me to train at home with my coach in a very realistic golfing environment," said Kelly. [... more » ]
"Whether you're a golf fan or culinary enthusiast, the KitchenAid Make the Cut Sweepstakes will have something for everyone," said KitchenAid senior manager of brand experience Deb O'Connor. [... more » ]
"This year's entrants were the epitome of distinctive architectural expression," said Katina Cavagnaro, publisher of Golf Inc. Magazine. "The honorees stood above a very strong crowd with both modern and traditional styles." [... more » ]
"Our three competitions provided fitting farewells to our outgoing 2010 captains and perfect welcomes to their successors," said Tristan Hall, General Manager of Aldwickbury Park. [... more » ]
Last week, I reviewed the 2008 Jack Nicklaus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. I was duly impressed by the balanced acidity and rich fruit undernotes - perfect for a grilled prime steak. This week, I uncorked the somewhat more refined sister of the cabernet, the 2008 Jack Nicklaus Reserve, only to find that Jack racks up his fine wines like he did majors. This $50 bottle drinks as well as or better than many $75-plus wines I've had. [... more » ]