Golf News for Thursday, April 7, 2011
"This is going to be an exciting Masters Tournament for Trion:Z. To have our professional staff members playing in the most prestigious tournament of the year is exhilarating," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari, [... more » ]
"We are extremely proud of everyone on the team, from design to production to shipping to customer service and sales, for pulling together to earn Sun Mountain's spot," said Ed Kowachek, President of Sun Mountain. [... more » ]
"The Emotion is a ball that performs at a price level that meets the needs of a broad group of golfers. Innovex is honored to stand amongst the biggest names in the sport," said President Jeff Butcher. [... more » ]
"With only 24 spots available per session, campers are assured individualized attention both in the classroom and on the course," said Matthew Lewis, Director of Golf and Leisure at Celtic Manor. [... more » ]
"We are always trying to find ways we can help the local environment and wildlife, and it's fantastic that our members are playing their part," said Tristan Hall, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club General Manager. [... more » ]
"It is a pleasure to welcome young, talented golfers to Elea Estate and one of our commitments to the sport is certainly to help every up-and-coming golfer," said Chris Campbell, Head Professional at Elea. [... more » ]
"I wrote The Schoolboy as a testament that all of life's victories are not on display in the trophy case," said Rosa, whose novel tells the tale of a day at the golf course playing in a junior tournament. [... more » ]
"The Overseas Team Challenge continues to go from strength to strength. This year we increased the package from a five-day trip to seven days," said Eddie Reid, TGI Golf Managing Director. [... more » ]
"We are looking forward to his infectious passion for education that will help drive the CMAE's Certified Club Manager qualification," said Jerry Kilby, Club Managers Association of Europe Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
I hear Woods is close, but we've been hearing that for a quite a while. He didn't drop all the way to No. 7 in the world because people started hating him; it's simply because he isn't playing that well. And last week he didn't play, which I think is a mistake. Woods, himself, said practice isn't like competition, yet he continues to play a light schedule. So I flipped a coin and left him off my list. [... more » ]
Stacy Lewis is the big story as winner of the Kraft Nabisco Championship at Rancho Mirage in California this past weekend and by no means should we divert our attention from this plucky player's first LPGA career win. But there's another story here worth telling: 22 year-old Morgan Pressel's amazing performance. [... more » ]