Golf News for Friday, May 6, 2011
"Itanhangá is consistently chosen for major Brazilian and international events for its world-class, though not overly difficult layout, and its spectacular natural setting and beauty," wrote club president, Arthur Porto Pires Jr. [... more » ]
"Man-O-War, The Witch and The Wizard have carved out a special niche predicated on superior playing conditions, guest service, value and convenience," said Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo. [... more » ]
"We particularly want PGA Catalunya Resort to become the preferred winter training camp for golf federations and clubs around Europe," said Miguel Girbes, Golf Manager at PGA Catalunya Resort. [... more » ]
"Our involvement with the EWGA is an excellent opportunity to put our products into women's hands and give them the chance to hear about and experience 'custom fitting' first hand," says Michaela Wilson, Solheim Cup and Tournament Operations for PING." We are proud to be involved with the EWGA, a well established organization with an excellent reputation." [... more » ]
"This autonomous performance development laboratory is where new ideas are developed, tested and evaluated by the world's best players," said Gene Simpson, Chief Operating Officer of UST Mamiya. [... more » ]
"By partnering with Half Moon Bay Inn we are able to offer visitors and traveling golfers a true boutique inn experience coupled with an unforgettable setting," said Half Moon Bay Golf Links GM Bill Troyanoski. [... more » ]
"We offer a great way for golf-camp organizers to offer memorable gifts to participants while at the same time promoting their camps," said Steve Mann, founder, president and CEO of Dawgs Golf. [... more » ]
"This year we will have two rooms staging seminars throughout the two-and-a-half day show. We shall be starting the workshops a little later in the day," said John Davis, The Golf Show Coordinator. [... more » ]
"We are not the type of magazine that just wants to share what's in Billy's bag this week. We also want to know if Billy wears boxers or briefs," said Florida Golf Central Magazine publisher Terrie Purdum. [... more » ]
"It was fantastic," said golf legend Gary Player. "Children are the key to our future and the funds we raised will really help some children receive the education that they need and deserve." [... more » ]
This morning, as I stared at the ceiling in my room, the animals outside became restless around 4 a.m. Soon after, color began filling the sky. Rather than count sheep, I figured I may as well head outside and walk amongst them. After all, it is the Highlands -- and what better place to walk at sunrise than Royal Dornoch? [... more » ]