Golf News for Wednesday, August 24, 2011
"We congratulate the winner on his first PGA Tour title," said Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. "Our Tour AD Hybrid DI shaft has been played by an increasing number of Tour players." [... more » ]
"As the summer golf season comes to a close we are delighted to offer unbelievable savings on select equipment from the game's leading brands," said John Watson, CEO, Edwin Watts Golf. [... more » ]
The "1 Night Ryder Cup Experience" vacation package provides one night's accommodation in a superior room, full Irish breakfast, a round of golf on The K Club's Palmer Ryder Cup Course and a round of golf on the Smurfit Palmer Course. [... more » ]
The Waldorf Astoria Orlando resort, the first newly built Waldorf Astoria outside of New York, is this week's featured property at, the leading site for anyone planning to play golf in Orlando. [... more » ]
"While we are restoring a James Braid design, the remodelled course will certainly be long enough for championship golf," said Bruce Weller, principal course architect on the project. [... more » ]
"The design of our restaurant showcases the beauty of Lake Tahoe, and there is no better place to watch the sunset with a glass of wine and delectable meal," said Edgewood Companies CEO Chuck Scharer. [... more » ]
"We are honored to continue the tradition of making Camp Creek a Patriot Golf Day site," said Jaxon Hardy, head golf professional. "The event allows golfers to make a difference in the lives of military families." [... more » ]
"The Players Towel, with 13 wins on tour this year alone, will undoubtedly be the towel of choice and one of the most trusted and valuable pieces of equipment," said Patrick Le Vine, founder of the Players Towel. [... more » ]
"Golf Channel has been a longtime supporter of Give Kids the World, and we are excited and honored to extend that support from the more than 5,000 members of the Golf Channel Am Tour," said Golf Channel Senior Director of Events Kenny Booth. [... more » ]
Readers get a rare glimpse of a vanished world through Kilpatrick's recollections of the daily routines of his father as a dedicated greenkeeper and of his own experiences as a caddy. [... more » ]