Golf News for Monday, March 7, 2011
"After the success of last year's pink sock line benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, adding more colors for 2011 was no-brainer," said Mark Kent, President and CEO of Kentwool. [... more » ]
"Puerto Rico truly does golf better, with more than 20 golf courses, plentiful tee times, magnificent natural settings," said Mario Gonzalez Lafuente, Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. [... more » ]
"We're known for offering one of the best values in golf at a Top-100 ranked course in the country, and we're proud to keep our rates affordable for everyone," said Danny Ackerman, general manager of the golf club. [... more » ]
"Peak performance is what professional golf is all about. It requires immense focus and stamina. GolfProX has helped me achieve that like no other product out there," said Mark Calcavecchia. [... more » ]
"The custom-designed Dawgs shoes are a big hit, not only with students but with parents and boosters, too. A winning program," said Larry Goins, executive director of Nevada Athletic Directors Association. [... more » ]
"We're looking forward to bringing our stores' products, services and expertise to golfers in the Denver area," said PGA Tour Superstore President and Chief Executive Officer Dick Sullivan. [... more » ]
"We are honored to have multiple locations recognized as top clubfitters by Golf Digest, validating the effectiveness of our knowledgeable and experienced staff," said John Watson, CEO, Edwin Watts Golf. [... more » ]
"Platja d'Aro's festivals pay tribute to Costa Brava's culture and history, its love of food and wine, and the worldwide traditions of carnival," said Jaume Marín, Director of Marketing at Costa Brava Pirineu de Girona. [... more » ]
"We had a lot of buzz -- there was a lot of excitement about both our sun accessories and our main apparel line that came from the AGM preview and a PGA Show hotlist," said Leslie Chow, company founder. [... more » ]
Coming up on Monday April 11th, it’s possible to play May River Golf Club in a Pro-Am, and with a successful showing, win the chance to play Harbour Town in another Pro-Am, just a few days before the PGA Tour's Heritage Tournament gets underway. The $350 fee to be part of the festivities is an absolute steal. [... more » ]