Golf News for Thursday, June 23, 2011
"Our new golf villas are the ideal way for your group to enjoy a fun, comfortable and affordable Myrtle Beach golf vacation," said Claude Pardue, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mystical Golf. [... more » ]
"When informed golf enthusiasts visit New Zealand, they inevitably play both Kauri Cliffs and Cape Kidnappers anyway," said Ryan Brandeburg, director of golf at both properties. [... more » ]
"Buffalo Communications will help drive even more golfers, meeting planners and turf-management professionals to experience our offerings - and our Southern hospitality," said David Pursell, CEO of FarmLinks. [... more » ]
"We're very proud Project X shafts delivered the extreme performance needed to make it happen," said Scott Hennessy, president and Chief Executive Officer of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"This is the original and best performing microfiber golf towel, which is why it's used by more PGA Tour players and their caddies than any other brand," said Club Glove founder Jeff Herold. [... more » ]
"I believe the new 9-hole, Stableford points system game will prove very popular in the Middle East," said Chris White, General Manager of developer Aldar Properties. "The new PowerPlay Golf format is ideal." [... more » ]
"By offering junior members complimentary 1:1 coaching time, we are making a strong commitment to help youngsters," said Chris Campbell, Head Professional at Elea Golf Club. [... more » ]
"Physically it is impossible for most of us to swing like the pros. However, we all can think better on the course," said Prajnu Co-Founder, Rick Nanda referring to his company's new Visulax Golf 1.0. [... more » ]
"Our new website allows visitors to quickly and easily learn more about our services and select the custom club fitting solution suited to their needs," said Mark Flynn, CEO of Hot Stix. [... more » ]
For golfers looking for a Las Vegas splurge this summer, the Strip is getting a brand new golf tournament for amateurs: the first annual Par-Am, staged at Bali Hai Golf Club. Slated for a 1 p.m. shotgun start on Saturday, August 13th, the tournament is a four-man scramble format, played on the wide, palm tree-lined fairways of Bali Hai. [... more » ]
Today kicked off the 100th edition of The Michigan Amateur at the Heather Course at Boyne Highlands Resort. Boyne, Michigan’s largest course operator, rolled out the red carpet for the affair. But as good as the golf is sure to be all week, it was the general debauchery of Gary McCord that people who attended the special kickoff event yesterday will remember. [... more » ]