Golf News for Monday, June 6, 2011
"Earning GolfMark for three more years recognises Ramsdale Park's commitment to providing junior and beginner-friendly golf facilities, and we are enormously proud of this reputation," said Nick Birch, Ramsdale Park GM. [... more » ]
'More than any other shaft technology in the history of the game, True Temper shafts have earned a reputation for delivering winning results week after week," said Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"Without proper and consumer accessible fitting tools, the performance gains afforded by modern equipment and technologies cannot be fully realized by golfers," said Chuck Thiry, Brand Manager for Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
"It's exciting to have players of Hamrick's caliber test themselves at FarmLinks," said David Pursell, FarmLinks Chief Executive Officer and Founder. "We know we're up to the challenge." [... more » ]
"Thracian Cliffs is in many ways our most unique design to date," said Marc Player Chief Executive Officer of Black Knight International. "The Black Sea is visible from every hole." [... more » ]
"Many fathers and sons play golf together on Father's Day and throughout the year," said Joshua Valliere, manager of Guaranteed Golf Balls. "We want to honor that tradition with our Father's Day special." [... more » ]
"The issue of sun protection is important for all golfers and especially for junior golfers," said Mark Wishner, Sun SafeTee founder who now serves as president of the Sun SafeTee program. [... more » ]
"Combining our resources is a great way to improve both of our businesses and the services we provide to our customers, who will be able to take advantage of some of our great offers," said Glen Brown, GM of Ian Allan Ford. [... more » ]
"Sales activity has been strong in 2011, and we wanted to keep the momentum going into the summer months," said Kelli Eastman, director of sales. "A club membership program is the perfect fit." [... more » ]
Foxfire Country Club and the Country Club of Whispering Pines, both 36-hole properties, were recently seized through foreclosure by Hillcrest Bank. But it looks like the bank isn’t planning on shutting the doors. A release today shows they’ve have called upon Heritage Golf Group to manage both properties. [... more » ]