Golf News for Friday, June 17, 2011
The Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame's class of 2011 includes Craig Barlow, PGA Tour veteran; Art Sellinger, a long drive visionary; and Laurie Johnson, a top amateur. They will be celebrated at the up-coming Classic Pro-Am event at Las Vegas National Golf Club. [... more » ]
"It is a tremendous effort by PING to have won this award three years on the bounce. Its products have proved extremely popular with our members," said Eddie Reid, TGI Golf Managing Director. [... more » ]
"We are very excited and honored to host such a historic type event at our Donald Ross Course," said Dave Harner, French Lick Resort's director of golf. "Players will enjoy a golf event surrounded by history and beauty." [... more » ]
"To win a club championship is a real honor," said STX Director of Golf Steve Henneman. "STX wants to reward these avid golfers by giving them the latest in putter technology." [... more » ]
"This summer, we are excited to offer one of California's most sought after golf experiences at an incredible value," said Bob Higgins, General Manager of Saddle Creek Resort. [... more » ]
"Our hope is that by providing the Family Tees as well as a golf program that is targeted toward our youth, some may develop a lifelong interest in the game," said Forsgate General Manager Det Williams. [... more » ]
"Wildstone really is spectacular," said Scott Ferrell, President of Gary Player Design. "It's a bit hard to concentrate on golf when the beautiful Fisher Peak is towering over you." [... more » ]
"Social media is another vehicle for us to communicate with golfers," said Craig Ramsbottom, President, Dynamic Brands. "The avid golfer really likes to be in the know when it comes to product introductions." [... more » ]
"So much good comes from one special day and thanks to the generosity of those participating in this annual golf outing," said Gerry Ryan, President of event host DGC Capital Contracting Corporation. [... more » ]
Tierra Rejada is a challenging Bob Cupp design that plays more than 7,000 yards from the tips. But recently, the club launched its "Players Course," by strategically placing tees in position to create a 5,600-yard golf course with generous landing areas, liberal local rules for lost balls and special pricing to help speed up the game and make it more fun. [... more » ]