Golf News for Monday, October 1, 2012
Golf Channel’s Big Break Greenbrier reality competition series starts off with a bang on Tuesday’s season premiere (9 p.m. ET) when members of the cast face off in a pressure-packed version of one of the most popular challenges on the series – The Glass Break. Representing the series' 18th season, Big Break Greenbrier will feature new and familiar challenges that will test the 12 competitors' mental and physical toughness on the course, with one of the largest prizes in series history on the line. [... more » ]
"Our staff of top designers, technical engineers and PGA professionals built this shoe from the ground up to offer golfers maximum stability and comfort. We want golfers able to perform at their best," said Joe Allen, President, GoBe Golf. "We engineered these shoes to be an essential part of a golfer's equipment." [... more » ]
"We are excited to participate at the Crittenden Golf Conference and to showcase our full line of products to the PGA professionals, media and industry executives attending the conference," said Gary Sheppard, President and CEO of HIRZL North America. [... more » ]
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"This is a spectacular season for golf in this region, and The Delamar Greenwich Harbor provides convenient access to the course and an unforgettable luxury experience," said Pound Ridge Golf Club general manager Todd Leavenworth. [... more » ]
"The Montego will appeal to golfers of all ability levels," said Nigel Matthews, product development manager. "The milled putter face provides a soft feel and visual cues not only to help the golfer align the putter head to the target but also to ensure proper positioning over the ball." [... more » ]
"We want to encourage golfers to take this time of the year to improve on their skills," said Joe Assell, Co-Founder, President and CEO of GolfTEC. "While they may be playing fewer rounds of golf, visits to our center will have a significant impact the advancement of their game, both now and in the future." [... more » ]
"The goal of this seminar is to educate members on how to decide if the challenge in golf is technique or physical." said David Ostrow, CEO of FitGolf Performance Centers. "This type of information can help in improving the golfer's game as well as keeping them safe." [... more » ]
"My goal in moderating this panel is to share the new methods we are seeing among the best sales bullpens in golf for motivating staff to deliver world class service and improve salesmanship skills that lead directly to increased revenue," said Goulet, Co-Managing Partner of sporting goods sales agency Fairway Sports Group. [... more » ]
"CardioReady is honored to have the opportunity to assist CMAA and the industry-leading professionals that comprise its membership. Effective cardiac emergency response programs can elevate survival rates from the national average of less than 8% to more than 70%," said John Ehinger, CEO of CardioReady. [... more » ]
 
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