Golf News for Monday, May 2, 2011
"I have had a great mentor in David (Shepler), so I feel very prepared for accepting this role," Donna Eddington said. "The Dunes Club is a very special place with amazing members and a very dedicated staff." [... more » ]
"To be recognized as an outstanding athlete from Michigan's Upper Peninsula and inducted into the U.P. Sports Hall of Fame is an honor," said Scott Herbert, head golf professional at Grand Traverse Resort & Spa. [... more » ]
"We came here with confidence and determination and got the job done," said Eric Hoos, UD Head Men's Golf Coach. "I am really excited for our team that we get to represent the University." [... more » ]
"Belen has already captured the world's attention with her game, beauty and personality," said Jesper Thuen, Marketing Manager, ECCO Golf. "She's the ideal addition to our team." [... more » ]
"As a sports enthusiast with an appreciation for innovative equipment and expert design, I am proud Raker Goldstein is representing HIRZL," said Raker Goldstein & Co. principal Stuart Goldstein. [... more » ]
"We went to our vendor to see if we could adapt this for our golf course clients, inexpensively. We're very happy to report that we delivered over 3,300 useable emails to our clients," said Pellucid President Jim Koppenhaver. [... more » ]
The eight award-winning courses which comprise Branson's golf destination are offering rounds to people who sign up for their monthly e-newsletter. The e-newsletter is complimentary. [... more » ]
"GIS is a fantastic opportunity to meet with current and potential customers and we're looking forward to next year's event," said Jim Sartain, President of Golf Turf Equipment. [... more » ]
That busy time of the golf year is upon us Northeasterners, when spring’s grey clouds and wet dispersal turns to summer's rays of golden sun and warm breezes … at least I like to think that it is! I am turning in my rain jacket, gore-tex hat and all-weather gloves and pants for a short-sleeved shirt, khaki shorts and quarter socks. As such, it is my duty to apprise you of some products that I plan to employ this summer, to make that little white ball go in that little round hole earlier and more often. [... more » ]
I've started using a product that I think will help in my long-standing fight with a tepid back. The BackJoy: The Back Orthotic has really helped my posture. Instead of sloppily sitting in my computer chair, it forces me sit tall and proud. It is a Class I medical device that shifts user's center of gravity to the front of their body, removing harmful pressure from the spine and back areas. [... more » ]