Golf News for Wednesday, June 29, 2011
"I would like to congratulate the winner of the Mexico Open on his first Nationwide Tour victory, all but ensuring the player's lifelong goal of earning his PGA Tour Card." said Patrick Le Vine, Players Towel founder. [... more » ]
"The system has enabled us to create virtual buggy paths. So, when it's wet, we map out a buggy route on the computer along which the cars can travel," said Director of Golf at The Belfry, Gary Silcock. [... more » ]
"Summer has always been special in the Pocono Mountains because of the countless outdoor activities geared toward vacationing families," said Carl Wilgus, CEO of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"Pound Ridge's location sets up perfectly for golfers who want to play 18 holes of Pete Dye-designed golf, and return to Greenwich for dining and entertainment," said Pound Ridge owner Ken Wang. [... more » ]
"Kukui'ula is the perfect marriage of luxury living and casual lifestyle. Everyday our residents are presented with an array of engaging opportunities," said Brent Herrington, President of Kukui'ula. [... more » ]
"Woodhall Spa Golf Club has a lot to offer a Country Member and we are pleased to have a very limited number of memberships available," said Richard Latham, Director of Operations at The National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa. [... more » ]
"I was tired and aching by the end, but I would have carried on and played another 18 holes had I needed to," said Alan Measom. "My wife and family were there to support me." [... more » ]
"Our talented development team has done an amazing job building training areas that have been painstakingly recreated from the real-world courses," said Kevin Kim, CEO of GamesCampus.com. [... more » ]
"I am extremely proud of my fellow LPGA players and the LIFE partners for supporting our efforts to educate and assist young women as it relates to breast cancer," said Golf Channel analyst Val Skinner. [... more » ]