Golf News for Tuesday, May 24, 2011
"We are thrilled to be included on Golf Digest's list alongside world-class facilities like Bandon Dunes, Whistling Straits and Pinehurst," said Beth Murphy, Southwood Golf Club General Manager. [... more » ]
"I think Golf Digest Singapore said it best when it said the course was 'as close as you'll ever come (in Asia) to the UK's great links courses,'" said Howie Roberts, general manager of Danang GC. [... more » ]
A Golf Magazine Silver Medal Resort, Waikoloa Beach Resort is situated on 1,350 acres of the beautiful Kohala Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii - the Golf Capital of the Aloha State. Waikoloa features two golf courses with unique layouts specifically designed to challenge shot-making skills while letting golfers enjoy the magnificent beauty of the Big Island. [... more » ]
"This is Jim's second stint with us and we're very excited to welcome him back to the ICS family," said Jim Bailey, Managing Partner of ICS. "His familiarity with the industry and ICS will make for a smooth transition." [... more » ]
"Whether a golfer's handicap is 2 or 22, inaccurate distances from unverified maps will hurt his or her game, especially with GPS systems," said Richard Edmonson, CEO, SkyGolf. [... more » ]
"StableGrip and PeformanceGrip describe what makes Bionic distinctly different from all other golf gloves," said Cheryl Fink, Bionic's marketing director. "We have technology that gives golfers a more stable grip." [... more » ]
"Costa Brava is an outstanding destination and one that offers golfers excellent courses from European Tour venues," said Jaume Marin, Director of Marketing at Costa Brava Pirineu de Girona. [... more » ]
"All the players, many of whom had never before visited Abbey Hill, mentioned how much they enjoyed playing our Main Course and would definitely return," said Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager. [... more » ]
"We are honored that the New York City area firefighters would provide such a gesture of thanks to us for the years they have held their memorial golf tournament in Myrtle Beach," said Bill Golden, president of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. [... more » ]
The word "hero" gets slapped around more than a cheap range ball, especially in sports. And golf is no exception. Take Tom Watson's charge at the 2009 British Open: while it was certainly inspiring, it was not "heroic." He was a professional playing for money and a shiny trophy. Chris Edmondson and Dave Sebestik, on the other hand, are heroes, although they wouldn't describe themselves that way. [... more » ]