Golf News for Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Scott Jamieson won on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to secure his first professional victory. He almost secured his win outright when on his final hole he drove the green on the 305-yard par 4 ninth, just missing his eagle putt. Jamieson is the first Nike athlete to win with the VR_S Covert driver. [... more » ]
"We've applied some of the same advanced design strategies used in building the new 913 drivers to create more distance potential and greater forgiveness with the fairways and hybrids, while making further advances in ball flight, looks, sound and feel," said Dan Stone, Vice President of Research and Development, Titleist Golf Clubs. [... more » ]
"Our individually-themed suites showcase the lavish attention to detail we provide our guests," said Joel Paige, vice president and managing director. "CBT Architects did a wonderful job creating our specialized accommodations for honeymooners, spa lovers, sports fanatics, business retreats and golf groups to have the ultimate South Florida resort experience." [... more » ]
"The Pursell Family embraces opportunities to support people, and this allows our golfers to help children and families who are in need," said Director of Golf Terry Davis, Jr., PGA. [... more » ]
"It's literally going to blow them away," said Dr. Zeke Chan from his home in Auckland, New Zealand. "We're so thrilled with the response that SwingProfile has received for iPhone. We expect to receive very high marks with the iPad version, especially for serious golfers and teaching professional who are committed to improving their game and that of their students." [... more » ]
"After looking at many technology partners we felt Global Golf with over ten years experience in Asia combined with SkyCaddies premium products and accuracy best fit our needs at Mission Hills," said Ian Roberts PGA member and director of Mission Hills Golf Academies. [... more » ]
"Any time you can get a student into a controlled environment, where they can focus on technique, good things usually happen," said Andre Cuerrier, the Director of Academies and Services at Golf Town. "When players book lessons in the winter, we find they have better concentration and get a lot more out of every lesson." [... more » ]
"Carol possesses a proven track record of exceeding revenue goals over her 25-year career," said David Hamilton, Vice President of National Accounts, ICS. "We're excited that she's decided to bring her extensive industry contacts, heralded leadership skills and collaborative spirit to the ICS team." [... more » ]