Golf News for Tuesday, October 23, 2012
On the heels of his first PGA TOUR victory at The McGladrey Classic, Golf Channel will re-air past episodes from his participation in Big Break IV: USA vs. Europe and Big Break VII: Reunion. The shows will air today from 4-6 p.m. ET and Wednesday from 8-10 p.m. ET. [... more » ]
"Luxury has a new meaning altogether at Royal Isabela," said PRTC's Luis Rivera-Marin, at the event. "Not only is the location spectacular, but the casitas, the golf links, the restaurant, the whole concept behind this unique resort elevates the standard of accommodations in the Porta del Sol touristic region of Puerto Rico to a new level." [... more » ]
A few key models that differentiate Callaway from its competition in 2013 include the spikeless Master Staff shoe, designed for those interested in the comforts of a spikeless shoe but desire a more classic, contemporary look. The Del Mar Tech shoe delivers ballistic nylon and full grain leather for a more performance-driven version of last year's popular Del Mar shoe, worn by Ernie Els much of the season. And the well-ventiliated C-Tech Summer shoe, designed for ultimate comfort and breathability in dry, hot conditions. [... more » ]
"With the R.E.L. 3GEN line of grips, we're able to offer a product that feels even better than it looks," said Lamkin President and CEO, Bob Lamkin. "Initially, it was the broad assortment of color choices that generated excitement and buzz, but consumers quickly learned that there's much more to this grip than the bold colors." [... more » ]
Take advantage of one of the best golf packages in central Oregon and save over 35 percent on the best available rates at Eagle Crest Resort's three courses: Ridge, Resort, and Challenge. Enjoy unlimited play from when you arrive to when you leave, including complimentary cart and practice facility use. [... more » ]
"The PGA Merchandise Show has a rich history of helping our industry move the business of golf forward," said PGA of America President Allen Wronowski. "Since its founding, the Show has been a much-anticipated yearly gathering of influential leaders and peers, a launch pad for game-changing products and a resource to help us all do our jobs better." [... more » ]
"As a California golf course operator it is critical to keep on the pulse of industry trends, especially in today's economic climate." said CGCOA President Steve Plummer, CGCS. "I am looking forward to Dr. Klein's presentation and welcome his insight about our ever-changing industry." [... more » ]
"We've created a seminar that's really a test drive of technology for attendees, packed with plenty of tech-based applications which they can easily add to their toolbox," said Institute Event Chairman Jon Christenson. "These innovative tools will strengthen communication channels and improve efficiency for golf course superintendents both on-and-off the course." [... more » ]
Matthew NeSmith of North Augusta, S.C., and Brad Dalke of McKinney, Texas, are the only two boys to return to the Rolex Junior All-America First Team. With wins at the Polo Golf Junior Classic and Rolex Tournament of Champions, the AJGA's two oldest tournaments, NeSmith became the first boy to win both in the same season. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to have Bob on board as the general manager of Andover," said KemperSports chief executive officer Steve Skinner. "Bob is a strong manager and very member focused." [... more » ]
"As the person and company that invented and pioneered the use of soil wetting agents in the turf and ornamental industry worldwide, Robert Moore, his family, and Aquatrols have always had a vision that extends beyond product sales," said Jarman, Aquatrols president and CEO. [... more » ]
"The purpose of the grant is to assist golf course superintendents with their professional development, and no other opportunity can match what they experience at conference and show," GCSAA President Sandy Queen, CGCS, said. "We greatly appreciate Bayer's continued support of this program." [... more » ]