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Dr. Robert K. Winters, an internationally recognized sport psychologist, author and professional educator, will conduct a Performance Enhancement workshop at the 25th Anniversary ING Spring Conference. read more

The PGA Masters Golf Tournament, one of the most prestigious sporting events of the year, is quickly approaching. SuiteHop, an online booking platform, is now offering tickets to attend practice and tournament rounds from April 6-12, 2015. read more

"Unlike other sports memorabilia auction sites, The Golf Auction specializes only in golf-related memora┬Čbilia and collectibles," said Golf Auction founding member Kip Ingle. "Golf memorabilia consigned to The Golf Auction receives exclusive exposure to ensure collectibles will receive a fair market value." read more

Everyone in the golf industry and media is invited to attend the conference and address the key issue of growing the game of golf. Visit for information and registration forms. read more

"Yuki Kamasu's victory caps a fantastic week which has seen us bring together more than 80 young golfers from 18 countries around the world," said Sir Nick Faldo after a dramatic conclusion to the ninth Faldo Series Asia Grand Final. read more

International Club Suppliers (ICS) - the sales and marketing arm for entegra Procurement Services (entegra) in the club and resort channel - announces the three winners of its 2015 Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) Show prize drawings. read more

Jim Hart, campus director at Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach: "Here on the Grand Strand we welcome golfers from across the country and Golf Academy of America is no different. Join us for a good look at the great things to come in the golf industry -- we hope to see you all there." read more

Adidas Golf, Chase54, Pukka and VPAR have registered as exhibitors for the 25th Anniversary ING Spring Conference, scheduled for May 31-June 3 at beautiful and historic Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. read more

Vickie Colter, executive director for the PACE Center for Girls: "Keiser obviously cares about their students and understands that our girls are going to graduate high school and need to be exposed to all kinds of secondary education. And they need to see that girls can definitely play golf too!" read more

"ING truly does a fantastic job connecting media and golf," said Jeff Gilder of Zeuss Digital Marketing. "Networking opportunities existed throughout the conference, and the connections we've made through ING have proven to be extremely beneficial." read more

"Continuing to grow the game of golf -- currently a $70 billion industry -- is very rewarding to me," Nick Price said. "National Golf Day provides a forum to discuss the game's impact with legislators, sharing the various economic, charitable and fitness benefits of the game." read more

"This was the third year that we have staged this event and once more it has proved to be an overwhelming success, both in terms of the turnout and the support from sponsors," said Education Committee member Sowmya 'Shoumo' Mitra following the Asian Golf Industry Federation's 2015 Superintendent Volunteer Education Program. read more

A full field of 200 golfers are on their way to Myrtle Beach for the inaugural March Championship, which is being played March 8-10. A 54-hole individual, net stroke play event, the tournament is being played on six Myrtle Beach-area courses. read more

The Golf Course Superintendent's Association of America (GCSAA) partners with the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) to present the largest trade show in the industry, with more than 13,000 attendees and more than 500 exhibitors. read more

Dennis Walters was an aspiring golf professional preparing for the PGA Tour Qualifying School when a golf cart accident in 1974 left him paralyzed from the waist down. Three years later after being told he would never walk or play golf again, Walters conducted his first amazing "trick shot" exhibition from a special swivel seat on the back of a golf cart. read more