Golf News for Friday, September 16, 2011
Eight years ago, Golf Channel entered the reality television genre with Big Break. Fifteen seasons later, Big Break has turned into one of television’s longest-running reality series, consistently generating more viewers for any programming on Golf Channel outside of live tournaments. Golf’s Big Break will be a half-hour special looking back at the history of the franchise and highlighting several of the series’ biggest names. [... more » ]
"We are very proud to announce that Sean is our 'Golf Professional of the Year," said Claye Atcheson, Vice President, Marriott Golf. "He has dedicated many years to leading the golf operation at St. Kitts, while consistently providing Marriott customers with a memorable island golfing experience, and he is truly deserving of this honor." [... more » ]
The Windy Knoll Stay & Play golf vacation package lets you enjoy a unique, upscale experience where hospitality, service and superb course conditions create the perfect blend of a private club atmosphere where no membership is required. [... more » ]
"People are inspired by Kaua'i's tropical beauty, serenity and diversity of activities available, not the least of which is golf," said Sue Kanoho, executive director of the Kaua'i Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"Our selection as the official towel for both Solheim Cup teams reinforces the Players Towel as the leader in its category," said Patrick Le Vine, founder of the Players Towel. [... more » ]
"That a single golf course can be so highly ranked, and also be so environmentally responsible, shows that quality and sustainability go together," said Cape Kidnappers Director of Golf Ryan Brandeburg. [... more » ]
"We thought it would be a neat idea to add some excitement around football season, and provide special offers and incentives for football fans to show their team spirit," said John Watson, CEO, Edwin Watts Golf Shops. [... more » ]
"The students' involvement was instrumental in the success of the Patriot Golf Day event in Port St. Lucie," said John McMurry, vice president of Keiser University College of Golf. [... more » ]
"The World Am was a huge success for us and this technology," said Bob Selby, co-founder and CEO of Grow The Game Golf. "We were able to provide live scoring for all 76 players." [... more » ]
"Sun SafeTee is extremely honored that Mr. Palmer acknowledges the work that we do," said Sun SafeTee President Mark Wishner. "And we appreciate that he sees the value of our work as it relates to educating golfers." [... more » ]