News for Wednesday, December 5, 2001


News 2001 December 5


2001: Unraveling the lunacy of length

The world of golf has gone wacko over long driving.

2001: Newcomer Kinloch a welcome throwback

Old Dominion has a newcomer on its hands that’s already being talked about – rightly, in this reviewer’s judgment – as the state’s best course.

2001: World Golf Village adds teaching facility

The World Golf Village’s state-of-the-art teaching facility is slated to be up and running by the end of this month.

2001: Stow your clubs in luxurious convenience

The G500 sport utility vehicle is coming to U.S. showrooms “later this fall," and the C320 station wagon will come to America for the first time in 2002.

2001: Oil-free sunscreen with a theme

Two new sun-protection products are themed specifically for golfers.

2001: Apex Edge Pro added to Hogan line

Spalding Holdings Corp. is adding another model to the Ben Hogan line, due to begin shipping in February.

2001: Zevo mounts comeback

The golf company is back with a space-age driver that gives a renewed definition to clubhead stability.

2001: Season signaled wound ball’s end as a winner

Solid-core’s domination, rise of Cleveland among equipment highlights.

2001: Questioning convention

Researcher challenges NGF methods.

2001: Callaway-branded store to open in Boston

A Callaway Golf store is opening in downtown Boston next spring.

2001: Small, but significant, strides

Sorenstam's eight-victory season propeled her past Karrie Webb and to the top of the Golfweek/Sagarin index.

2001: A budding success

After early struggles, Rose’s promising future coming of age.