Golf News for Tuesday, June 14, 2011
"Some of the guests have big mouths but even bigger hearts," David Feherty said. "We have some great conversations, but I'm not sure, at times, if they are saving my life or trying to kill me. I'll let the viewers do the math to figure that one out. Or better still, just watch." [... more » ]
LedgeStone, Murder Rock, Branson Creek and Payne Stewart golf courses are the competitive venues for the event. The $500 entry fee for the 2-man team competition includes a round-robin of formats. [... more » ]
The Course at Wente Vineyards is offering discounts on clinics and private lessons, weekday rounds and ladies merchandise. Intended for women of all skill levels, from beginners to professionals. [... more » ]
"We were delighted with the positive feedback from the players, many of whom told us our greens were extremely true and the best they play on all year," said David Cook, Burhill Golf Club General Manager. [... more » ]
"We want to share our passion for golf with fans by letting them express their love for the game on the Lexus Facebook page," said Dave Nordstrom, Lexus vice president of marketing. [... more » ]
"What is interesting about this global streak of wins is that they all played a variety of Fourteen Golf products, not just the wedges," said Fourteen Golf Chief Operating Officer Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"We're very proud to be a part of the winning LSU Tigers program, the LSU golf program installed their new SAM PuttLab in December and seem to have put it to very good use," said Science & Motion spokesman Jef Carr. [... more » ]
When used in conjunction with GolfLogix' number one golf gps application for smartphones, it allows golfers to seamlessly sync their rounds and analyze their game with pro-level stats. [... more » ]
"I am thrilled that we are bringing our Gary Player Invitational event back to such a fantastic venue," said Gary Player. "Our GPI events have been able to raise millions to help children." [... more » ]
Most of us know golf could use a good shot in the arm to get more people playing. These same people know the juniors can be a great place to start. However not all parents know just where to go to get their kids involved in the game. Fortunately there are some innovative programs available. Arguably the most extensive program is being offered this summer by more than 46 golf courses along the Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach in the Carolinas. [... more » ]
It sounds like one of those new age yoga studios or restaurants with no prices, but simply pay what you can in good faith. At Treetops Resort in northern Michigan, that philosophy has been extended to their Rick Smith Golf Academy. This summer, the academy is offering the chance for new students to sign up for a lesson and pay what they want afterwards. [... more » ]