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"The addition of the MSR credit allows us to further extend our reach to PGA Professionals," said Larry Bodle, vice president of marketing for KBS Golf Shafts. "They're an integral part of building the game." read more

"We are constantly planting seeds and providing building blocks for careers of the assistants and apprentices," said Brian Stewart, the 2012 CPGA Assistant of the Year. "It is important to provide more educational opportunities to help advance careers professionally and also within the section and national organization moving forward." read more

"The Rules of Golf are constantly evolving," said Thomas Pagel, USGA senior director of the Rules of Golf. "The Decisions review process is an opportunity for The R&A and the USGA to continue to help make the game more understandable and accessible for players, officials and others who participate in the game." read more

"We are delighted to host the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame at Ferris State University," said Fritz Erickson, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. "The Michigan Golf Hall of Fame will provide an exceptional teaching and learning opportunity for our PGM students and visitors to our campus." read more

"We tend to think about the environmental attributes of golf courses in terms of what we see - wildlife habitat, green space, healthy turf that filters impurities," said GCSAA Director of Environmental Programs Greg Lyman. "But what we don't see is just as or even more impactful. Golf course operations lend themselves very well to recycling programs, and the data suggests GCSAA members are committed to them." read more

"Sun SafeTee is extremely pleased that the USJGT will be partnering in our effort to educate junior golfers on the importance of sun protection and skin cancer prevention, said Mark Wishner, President of Sun SafeTee, "We are looking forward to working with the USJGT, an organization that has committed itself to junior golf." read more

"California is such a large geographic area, and up to this point, research support has been very regional and fragmented" said Bruce R. Williams, CGCS, who was chosen to serve as the Executive Director of the new foundation. read more

"To have a chance to paint Medinah Country Club and to give something back to the city of Chicago where I have so many great friends and fond memories," said Neiman, "is truly an honor and inspired me." read more

"Many of our brides and event planners have been asking how we could help them lessen the environmental impact of their wedding, meeting or golf outing," said Damon DeVito, a founder of Affinity Management. read more

"The goal of the GCSAA research program is to fund research that is important to superintendents," said Greg Lyman, Golf Course Superintendents Association of America director of environmental programs. read more

"Armchair architects must ingeniously channel their artistic impulses," says Brian Curley of Schmidt-Curley Design. "Submit your dream hole or holes -- wild-and-wacky preferred -- and we'll build it for you." read more

"We congratulate Rod on his exciting victory," said McRedmond Morelli, founder and CEO of Boxgroove. "Now golfers at Little Turtle Golf Club, both club members and Boxgroove members, will have the chance to greet a Tour winner." read more

"The goals of the Colorado Golf Carbon Project align with the environmental efforts of GCSAA and the EIFG to work collaboratively with the golf course industry," said Mark J. Woodward, CGCS CEO at GCSAA. read more

The R&A and the USGA first allowed the use of distance-measuring devices by Local Rule in January 2006 and are reaffirming that these devices may be used to measure only distance and must not be able to measure other conditions such as wind speed or direction, the slope of the ground or the temperature. read more

"This very positive Court of Appeals ruling affirms our contention that we were not allowed to argue our full case before the jury," said Joe Nauman, Executive VP, Corporate and Legal, Acushnet Company. read more