Golf News for Thursday, April 28, 2011
"The 'Year-Round Golf Only' offer is the ideal way to play our three courses and discover why the reviews are so impressive," said Claude Pardue, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mystical Golf. [... more » ]
"From a design standpoint, the Bronze and Tour collections are among the most striking we've ever produced," said Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. "They look and feel amazing." [... more » ]
"Because of his outstanding playing record, Jack Seltzer's teaching expertise isn't always talked about," said Kendall Academy founder Dave Kendall. "But Jack is one of the best teachers around." [... more » ]
"We are extremely proud to partner with USF to bring an event of this stature to the Sarasota area," said Bruce Cassidy Jr., general manager of The Concession Golf Club. "It will be exciting to see." [... more » ]
"This year's three-day event in Dubai was outstanding, our best yet, and it brought together some of the most influential people in world golf," said Andrea Sartori, head of KPMG's Golf Advisory Practice in EMA. [... more » ]
"Each of the participating clubs offers a truly world-class golf experience," said Neil Coulson, Director of Operations at IMG Golf Course Services. "Yas Links is definitely worthy of inclusion." [... more » ]
"Our growth has trebled since 2007 - mainly due to our members wishing to embrace the CCM program," said Jerry Kilby Certified Club Manager, Club Managers Association of Europe CEO. [... more » ]
"The acquisition of the Astute Club Assets is very exciting for us," said Steve Berger, Director of EMEA Region for Jonas Club Management. "We are confident this will be a positive move for clients and employees." [... more » ]
"I am pleased to designate Louis Chan as recognized by The International Clubmakers Guild as a Fully Certified Clubmaker," said Ken Alterwitz BOD President of ICG. [... more » ]
I looked at the title and cringed. Nobody can "Learn to Play Golf In 10 Easy Lessons." It's impossible, right? Probably, but Neil Tappin's new 160-page, 250-color photo book does its best to steer beginners into a lifetime of golf bliss. [... more » ]