Golf News for Thursday, March 3, 2011
"The February Forums were devised to give the Scottish golf industry a heads-up on the kind of information they could use to help their businesses flourish in 2011," said GTS chairman Lee Derrick. [... more » ]
"With already four Top 10s this year, we're very excited to see the ground swell of enthusiasm continue to grow among pro players over SteelFiber composite technology," said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. [... more » ]
"This is the fourth top-10 finish in five starts this year for this talented PGA Tour player and we congratulate him on his consistent performance," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"Merino is quickly becoming a staple in the fast-moving sportswear market but really hasn't been maximized in the golf segment," said Don Nichols, founder of Hollas and partner of Second Skin Garment Company. [... more » ]
"While the traditional golf lesson is given as a one-off tip using only the instructor's eyes, GolfTEC utilizes a five-factor approach," said Suzanne LaTour, Franchise Owner of GolfTEC San Diego. [... more » ]
"Whether it's perfecting a golf swing or fine tuning a putting stroke, we're all students of the game and honing our abilities is a never-ending challenge," said John McMurray, VP of Keiser University College of Golf. [... more » ]
"My goal last year was to win one of these two awards," said Helman. "My goal has been achieved and while I am very gratified, I am also very honored and humbled to receive such an honor." [... more » ]
"Wexford has a very diverse membership," said Jim VanBuren, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer at Wexford. "We want a golf course where three generations of members can play and have fun." [... more » ]
"Chris worked extremely hard with the children every day, teaching them about the sport and showing them the fundamentals of the swing," said Graham Rolland, Birchwood Park Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]
"We encourage golf fans to support their local organizations when purchasing tickets," said Co-Chair Susan Harris. "We look forward to seeing groups attend the event together in June." [... more » ]
Quite frankly, I don't really fear the airline ticket counter anymore. It's the rental car pick-up that often gets my trip off to a sour start. The process of picking up an airport rental car has turned into an onslaught of trick questions. You'd think these rental car companies learned their up-sell savvy while walking the seediest streets of Bangkok. [... more » ]
"One For The Ages" by Tom Clavin is such a stirring read that you should be able to buy the book the week of the Masters and still finish it by the par-3 contest on Wednesday. Then you can enjoy the wall-to-wall coverage of this year's tournament. The HD telecast is one of the many reasons to be thankful it isn't 1986 anymore, although I’m sure Nicklaus wouldn’t mind turning back the clock again. [... more » ]