Golf News for Thursday, July 12, 2012
“Golf Channel on NBC’s” weekend coverage on NBC will include three hours of live tournament action each day from Indianwood Golf and Country Club in Lake Orion, Mich., complemented by news coverage on Golf Central -- which will be seen nightly on Golf Channel. GolfChannel.com also will provide online coverage of the championship. [... more » ]
"We congratulate the winner and all the top finishers who played Graphite Design shafts at this prestigious event," said Tak Yamada, President, Graphite Design. "Our line of high performance Graphite Design Tour AD shafts provides golfers with a variety of shaft options to meet their individual needs." [... more » ]
"Sudden-death playoffs are always exciting for the gallery, but they are especially tense for the players as every shot on every hole becomes absolutely crucial," said Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper Sports. "Dynamic Gold provides players with the highest level of performance and accuracy in golf today." [... more » ]
"Our wedges helped a lot of LPGA Professionals control Blackwolf's undulating, firm and fast greens; including the runner-up who tied her career best in a major. We congratulate her for putting together four solid rounds of play and for finishing in second place," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
“I’m looking forward to playing alongside some of the best players in the history of the game this week in my first major championship here at the U.S. Senior Open,” Pete DeTemple said following his practice round Wednesday. “My experience competing on the Golf Channel Am Tour the past few years will be invaluable for me this week.” [... more » ]
"We are proud to have been able to beat so many quality teams," said Kennesaw State head coach Jay Moseley. "We are never on anyone's favored list but we use that to our advantage and play with a chip on our shoulder. We know what we can do. And this is always our favorite tournament of the year." [... more » ]
"Every year, thousands of working women exchange their business suit for a golf shirt to compete in the championship series," said EWGA CEO and President Pam Swensen. "We're looking forward to see who from the Carolina region will advance to the finals in October." [... more » ]
Choose from two Audubon-certified Atlanta golf courses at the gorgeous Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort, nestled on 3,200 acres of lush green forests and sparkling lakes in Stone Mountain Park, creating the ultimate Georgia golf vacation. Indulge in a round of championship golf at this stunning Georgia golf resort, located just 16 miles from downtown Atlanta and a million miles from ordinary. [... more » ]
"Unlike mini-golf on artificial grass, the fantasy course is played at full-scale with standard equipment on real turf," said Brian Curley of Schmidt-Curley Design. "Other regulation courses frame holes with trees, bunkers and lakes; this course will incorporate many unique visuals while still requiring players to execute full shots and hole putts." [... more » ]
"I am delighted to be working in Montenegro and with such an esteemed company as Orascom", said Gary Player. "The site there is absolutely stunning, surrounded by water and mountain views. I look forward to establishing a championship layout, with a keen eye toward environmental sensitivity, for all to enjoy." [... more » ]
"Over the past two years, our global network of NUNCHUK dealers has grown to over 150," said Mike McCall, CEO of nVentix Golf. "The Duran Group's track record in bringing innovative golf products to market made them a perfect partner to work with us to develop the infrastructure we will need to manage the sales and marketing of NUNCHUK Precision Shafts." [... more » ]
"Talented, seasoned professionals like Janeen and Stephen are major drivers of our roughly 95 percent client-partner retention rate," said Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo. "They tirelessly deliver intelligent business counsel, precise brand positioning, boundless creativity, strong connections and abundant market impressions." [... more » ]