Golf News for Monday, June 20, 2011
On tonight's 10 p.m. ET debut of his much-anticipated Golf Channel series, David Feherty will be granted rare access to the normally private, but ever-entertaining Lee Trevino for an extended conversation about the self-made golfer and hall-of-famer's life and career. [... more » ]
"We're honored to win these impressive awards especially as all three were voted on by readers who have sampled our world-class facilities," said Joel Paige, Vice President and Managing Director. [... more » ]
"To win at Sweetgrass would top everything," said Cheryl Mitchell, who earned an exemption as a member of the Potawatomi Nation. "I want to show kids of our Nation that anything is possible." [... more » ]
"Having Canada's leading golf retailer choose the HIRZL brand is a significant opportunity and we are pleased to be a part of the Golf Town organization," said Gary Sheppard, CEO of HIRZL North America. [... more » ]
"We want to spread the love of golf, whether you are a beginner or a tour champion. And the best way we can do that is to allow you to easily have access to buying and selling golf items," said president Drew Hester. [... more » ]
"I am galvanized by the inspired ideas brought to me by gifted entrepreneurs looking to collaborate and take a product to market," said David Fritz, Founder of Innovative Concepts, manufacturer for Tour Sticks. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased to partner with the Women's Dermatologic Society to raise awareness of sun safety among our members and the general population of golfers," said Lynn Stellman, CEO of LL4G. [... more » ]
"Kent's coastal attractions, together with our acclaimed golf courses, will serve to open up Kent as a premier destination for long and short golf breaks," said Sandra Matthews-Marsh, Chief Executive of Visit Kent. [... more » ]
"Expansion of the program is in the works," said PGA Golf Professional Brendon Elliott, the founder and lead instructor of Little Linksters, LLC. "We have started taking steps." [... more » ]
What were folks in the gallery thinking? Westwood played the hole horribly and there was nothing to applaud. Not only that, but the last thing he wanted to do was acknowledge that anyone was watching that butcher job. When the applause came, what Westwood was experiencing was something akin to embarrassment. Better the gallery stay silent. [... more » ]
Most golf training aids work for somebody. Otherwise they would have never made to market. But every once in a while something comes along that breaks away from the stuff that's been done over and over again. Such is the case with a simple product called the Tempo Teacher. [... more » ]
"The hospital was such an obvious charity to support when we decided to host the tournament," said St. Jude Golf Club President Colin Dunwoody. "There's good karma between our two organizations." [... more » ]