Golf News for Wednesday, May 25, 2011
"The Myrtle Beach National Company is one of the most prestigious and successful golf and property management operations in the country and I am honored to become a part of it," Mauragas said. [... more » ]
"I am delighted to take up this challenging role at such a prestigious golf club as Yas Links, and at such an exciting time in its young history," said Liam Cregan, PGA Golf Professional. [... more » ]
"I have been able to take what my dad and brothers have taught me about their individual design styles and blend them with my own," said Mike Nicklaus, youngest son of golf legend Jack Nicklaus. [... more » ]
"We are honored to be included by one of golf's most prestigious publications as a premier venue for female golfers," says Bill Troyanoski, General Manager for Half Moon Bay Golf Links. [... more » ]
"Golfsmith has embraced the opportunity to introduce even more of its customers to our unique, game-enhancing simulator," said Brandon Theophilus, Chief Executive Officer of Dancin' Dogg Golf. [... more » ]
"Our highly certified team helps players through a sophisticated process which analyzes how specific components - head, shaft, ball and grip - affect performance," said Mark Flynn, CEO of Hot Stix. [... more » ]
"Adding a Robert Trent Jones Sr. Signature layout to our already strong portfolio of golf courses in Central Florida is truly exciting," said William Nault, Vice President, Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
"Dedicated golfers and leisure visitors can take both long and short breaks, and enjoy the magnificent variety of golf courses," said Sandra Matthews-Marsh, Chief Executive of Visit Kent. [... more » ]
"More and more Tour players are choosing Aldila's RIP Technology because it offers them lower torque, increased tip stability and better tip stiffness control," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
As any golfer knows, the quest for the perfect swing is a quixotic one, and as any aging man knows, so is the pursuit of any six-pack that does not come from the drink cart. Fortunately, sartorial splendor is far easier to achieve -- and Abacus and Antiqua are great places to start putting together a Tour-grade golfing wardrobe. [... more » ]