Golf News for Tuesday, July 12, 2011
"We've conducted numerous independent robot and player tests, sought feedback from Tour players, and worked with clubmakers for years to perfect the brand," said Kim Braly, designer of the KBS series. [... more » ]
"Our partnership with Golfsmith International and their dominant on-line presence will allow golfers of all abilities a wider availability of our gloves," said Gary Sheppard, CEO of HIRZL North America. [... more » ]
"Our device is designed for tour professionals looking to improve performance and find the edge as well as for amateurs looking to reduce their handicap and improve their game," said Founder Dan Hicks. [... more » ]
"I'm not really an inventor," said Andrew DeCarlo, Upright Caddy's creator. "I invented the Upright Caddy golf cart because I was tired of the hassle of trying to get my clubs in and out of my bag." [... more » ]
"The Florida Open is a prestigious event and both courses at Black Diamond Ranch will provide a challenging yet fair test of golf," said David McDonald, president of Escalante Golf. [... more » ]
"Every PGA Professional with a playing pedigree around our membership wants to be part of this first genuine European 72-hole championship," said Ian Randell, the PGAs of Europe chief executive. [... more » ]
"It was a pleasure to welcome the world's number-one golfer, Luke Donald, to Burhill Golf Club. He was tremendous all day giving the youngsters a great insight into life," said David Cook, Burhill Golf Club General Manager. [... more » ]
"I'm thrilled to have taken over 'the reins' at Eye Candy Caddies. The whole team and I are totally committed," said Rebecca Keen, owner and Managing Director of Eye Candy Caddies. [... more » ]
To this day, Lee Trevino will tell you he shouldn’t have made the statement that "if you're caught on a golf course during a storm and are afraid of lightning, just hold up a 1-iron. Not even God can hit a 1-iron." That was shortly before he was zapped at the 1975 Western Open. My guess is that these days, he's is off the course as soon as he hears a faint sound of thunder or sees a flash in the distance. [... more » ]
When I think of the U.S. Hickory Open Championship, visions of a great old Donald Ross courses start dancing in my head. There isn't a better place to hold the tournament than the restored 6,885-yard, par-70 Donald Ross Course at French Lick Resort in southern Indiana. The allure of the resort and course is so strong that the combination attracted the largest field ever for the championship, which is set for this week. [... more » ]