Golf News for Wednesday, April 27, 2011
"Aldila's NV VooDoo, featuring S-core (stabilized core) Technology, has the same outstanding features of the original VooDoo but with the flex profile and incredible feel of the NV," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"With wins at The Heritage and the Bob Hope Classic," said Bryan Nicholson, Chairman of nVentix Golf Advisory Board. "The Nunchuk shaft has quickly lived up to its billing as the hottest new shaft on the PGA Tour." [... more » ]
"I do think this about the Champions Tour, senior golf, that a lot of guys feel like they have been given a second lease on life," said Lehman. "They have been able to continue competing and playing." [... more » ]
"We kind of had a nice 12 holes to start the tournament, but winning is never easy," said San Jose State head coach John Dormann. "I'm very proud of this group and it was truly rewarding." [... more » ]
"Most of my players grew up in The First Tee and they learned life skills as well as the game of golf," said Morehouse College Head Golf Coach Bill Lewis. "This paid huge dividends last year and helped us win our first title." [... more » ]
"The competition was, as in previous years, incredibly fierce and the standard of golf played by the youngsters was outstanding," said Mel Drake, Thornbury Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]
"Northwynd and Hawaiian Golf Properties share a common vision for the future of the property," said Patrick Fitzsimonds, CEO of Northwynd. "They have indicated their intent to renovate the course." [... more » ]
"The AHEAD brand name is a recognized standard for excellence in golf merchandise, and we are honored and proud of their partnership in Golf Retirement Plus," said PGA President Allen Wronowski. [... more » ]
"Golf is a game that can be enjoyed by all the family and the success of our Open Weekend demonstrated that," said Graham Rolland, General Manager. "We had a great turnout with visitors of all ages." [... more » ]
If you don't like heaps of jambalaya, gumbo, fresh-caught fish or crawfish; if you don’t like gaming or fishing or floating down a lazy river pool that goes on forever, then perhaps you should just pick somewhere besides Lake Charles, Louisiana, for your next golf vacation. [... more » ]
Lochenheath Golf Club sits on rolling, tree-lined terrain overlooking East Grand Traverse Bay and was voted a Top 10 New Golf Course in the U.S. in 2001. The new management is led by General Manager Mike Husby, known in Michigan as a "turnaround specialist." He and his staff have been working to restore course conditions and facilities and the club is expected to open for play later this month. [... more » ]