Golf News for Wednesday, June 8, 2011
"Forced carries, tee placements, approach angles and difficulty are all carefully evaluated to ensure golfers have fun and fair playing experiences," said Cary Corbitt, Director of Sports Division at Sea Pines Resort. [... more » ]
"We welcome Saadiyat Beach Golf Club's commitment to the environment and to managing the golf course with wildlife in mind," said Jim Sluiter, Staff Ecologist for Audubon International. [... more » ]
"Brittany is a solid player on the tour and it is great to see her win again," said Tracy Wilson, director for Kate Lord. "She is a wonderful representative for the Kate Lord brand." [... more » ]
"Brittany is a great asset to the Trion:Z professional golf staff. She embodies the brand's philosophy that fashion meets performance. We want to extend our congratulations," said Trion:Z CEO Toru Kamatari. [... more » ]
"Black Diamond Ranch is one of the most sought after golf communities in the country," said King. "We look forward to creating a real estate program furthering its reputation for comfortable livability, prestige and exclusivity." [... more » ]
"The Genting Team is confident that we are in a good position to outdo ourselves in subsequent legs, as we can fully focus on our game thanks to Genting Hong Kong's support," said Hao. [... more » ]
"We have created a unique destination for social golf groups, corporate retreats, tournaments and charity outings," said David Nelson, GM of the Embassy Suites Greenville Golf Resort & Conference Center. [... more » ]
"We see a tremendous increase in shoppers visiting our Golfsmith stores and this time of year," said Marty Hanaka, President and CEO of Golfsmith International Holdings, Inc. [... more » ]
"I have always wanted to design a course in Australia. I have been visiting and playing in Australia for nearly 60 years and absolutely love it." said Gary Player. "I can't wait to find a great project." [... more » ]
It's June and my golf round at Coyote Moon Golf Club has been snowed out. I woke up this morning at 5:30, only to look out the window of my room at the old Truckee Hotel to see snow falling, lots of it. Speaking of the Truckee Hotel, that was a different experience as well. I'm having several of those today. [... more » ]