Golf News for Wednesday, March 16, 2011
"We are thankful that no injuries, death or major damages occurred at Graphite Design Japan," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales and Marketing, Graphite Design International. [... more » ]
"In its first year on the PGA Tour, the Nunchuk shaft continues to place at or near the top of the leaderboard on a regular basis," said Mike McCall, nVentix Golf Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
"I didn't look at the scoreboard until No. 13, but I wasn't too concerned about it," said the 23-year-old Mollica. "I knew I had to focus on my game, and up until that point I hadn't put myself in trouble." [... more » ]
"My trophy cabinet has been gathering dust over the years so I feel relieved to get a win and it's even better that it's here in China on this course.," said Lyle, whose last win came in the 1992 Volvo Masters. [... more » ]
"We are honored to be recognized by one of golf's most prestigious publications and excited to climb the list again in 2011," said Bob Higgins, General Manager, Saddle Creek Resort. [... more » ]
"Topping the list from the GolfStyles Magazine readers poll is fantastic," said manager and head professional Mahlon Dow. "We have an exceptional, well-conditioned golf course here." [... more » ]
"This is always a great experience for the students privileged enough to be a part of both of these amazing golf events," said Brad Turner, campus director of the Orlando Golf Academy of America. [... more » ]
"I am pleased to be working with an organization with the stellar credentials that HSPSE has", said Dean McConnell of DXP Tech LLC. "Harold Swash is a legend in the golf industry." [... more » ]
"Eric's vast knowledge of the business combined with his solid reputation is a great asset to Etonic," said Kent Wheeler, director of sales and marketing, Etonic Worldwide. "He is an outstanding sales rep." [... more » ]
"Fun is the first word that comes to mind when I think about Karen, Gerina, Stephanie and Diana, and that's why they're a perfect fit for Quagmire," said company co-founder Geoff Tait. [... more » ]
Combining great rounds with great eats, these locations take advantage of awe-inspiring views and local flavors when golfers need more than 18 holes - from Bison burgers to Canmore brews. [... more » ]
Perhaps the best way to put perspective on a golf trip to Puerto Rico is to take a trip into the El Yunque National Forest. Just minutes away from and above Trump International Golf Club, where the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open just concluded, is an area that's just 28,000 acres, but important. It's the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest system, and it's something that Puerto Rico takes great pride in preserving. El Yunque is currently under consideration for the new Seven Wonders of Nature in the World. [... more » ]