Golf News for Friday, July 15, 2011
Pate experienced the Midland Country Club layout under championship conditions in 2010, when he played in the WNB Golf Classic. Finishing 30th, Pate posted the best birdie-eagle streak in tournament history. [... more » ]
The work, planned and overseen by golf course architect Dave Heatwole, will slightly alter two holes and enhance the playability. Metropolis is making the modifications to meet the changing needs of its golf membership. [... more » ]
"Senior professionals playing on the Champions Tour are seeing the same benefits from the NUNCHUK Precision Shaft as the golfers on the PGA Tour," said Arnie Cunningham, the NUNCHUK PGA Tour rep. [... more » ]
"Graphite Design shafts are consistently a popular choice for players on all Tours because of the outstanding performance benefits they offer," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"I wanted to change my game and give myself a challenge. I love playing hickory clubs. When you hit a good shot you know you hit it. It feels so pure unlike modern day clubs," said Grieve, from Queensland, Australia. [... more » ]
"I'm in complete shock, this is just incredible," said Pickard, who qualifies for the 15th Faldo Series Europe Grand Final, hosted by six-time Major Champion Nick Faldo at Lough Erne Resort in Northern Ireland. [... more » ]
"Royal St. Marks precisely captures every element inherent to playing this remarkable layout in real life, including Britain's infamous weather conditions," said Brandon Theophilus, CEO of Dancin' Dogg Golf. [... more » ]
"I looked for the very best of everything to create a luxury luggage set," said company founder Jeff Herold. "This is simply a better way to pack and that's proven by its rapid adoption on the PGA Tour." [... more » ]
"Bringing our industry-leading club fitting technology to Atlanta will boost enjoyment for many passionate golfers," said Mark Flynn, CEO of Hot Stix. "Our scientific approach and elite custom fitters perfectly tune equipment." [... more » ]
In case you’re wondering if Tiger Woods will tee it up again this year, wonder no more. According to his good friend Notah Begay's website, Woods will be part of the field for the annual Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation Challenge. An elite group will tee it up on Wednesday, Aug. 31 at Turning Stone Resort's Atunyote Golf Club on Oneida Indian Nation lands near Verona, N.Y. The question is, of course, will that be Woods' first event back? [... more » ]