Golf News for Friday, July 8, 2011
"The St. Andrews Golf Festival idea in part is meant to rekindle 'the Spirit of St. Andrews' and to create an entertaining program," said Richard Wax, Chairman of Golf Surveys Ltd. and Europe's leading golf consultant. [... more » ]
Grande Pines Golf Club and Faldo Golf Institute, located in Orlando, Fla., announced that they will once again be coming together to host the annual Family Golf Festival on Saturday, July 23 from 9 a.m. to noon. [... more » ]
"European Capital of Culture status is the biggest cultural event in the history of Estonia and there has been a vast increase in the number of visitors coming to the country," said Hanno Kross, Estonian Golf & Country Club CEO. [... more » ]
"It's clear that more customers now require the option of a golf car and this has become an important focus for additional revenue for us," said Colin Mayes, Chief Executive of Burhill Golf and Leisure. [... more » ]
"The Eric Russell Trophy is one of the highlights of the year at Redbourn and once again the members came out in force to compete and provide another fitting tribute to Eric," said Tristan Hall, Redbourn Golf Club GM. [... more » ]
"Long summer days are ideal for taking advantage of our 'Ultimate' rates," said Cary Corbitt, Director of Sports Division of Sea Pines Resort. "The 36 and 54-hole combinations are the perfect complement." [... more » ]
"This program was created five years ago to promote youth golf and we remain as committed as ever to providing kids with the opportunity to play at premier golf facilities," said Claye Atcheson, Vice President, Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
"Modry Las is two years old and has established itself as one of Europe's top courses. In my opinion, it could host any tournament from any of the tours. I've seen a lot of tracks around Europe but few come close to this," said Snedden. [... more » ]
"I had spoken to a few of the lads who played in last year's match at The K Club and they were telling me how great it was so I was desperate to be involved," said Shipley Golf Club Head Professional Nathan Stead. [... more » ]
Stellar reviews of Arcadia Bluffs are nothing new. But having played it myself, I wouldn't have thought this long, hilly course with some severe bunkers would be an ideal play for women. Then again, what do I know about the fairer sex? [... more » ]