News for Friday, November 29, 2002
Nike Golf executives are confident that they have accomplished two feats which, they say, few others can pull off.
To the end of the COR confusion that had stifled their business for nearly three months, retailers uttered a collective good riddance.
Golf equipment companies that had erred on the side of caution were pleasantly surprised by the Aug. 6 announcement regarding spring-like effect.
Two industry giants, TaylorMade-Adidas Golf and Callaway Golf, stand to be affected the most by the Aug. 6 ruling on spring-like effect.
Following 20 victories on the PGA Tour, Hale Irwin turned his sights to the Senior PGA Tour in 1995. So far, it has provided a pretty handsome pension plan.
Even after a victory that was about as comfortable as it gets in professional golf, Paul Lawrie was exhausted.
At the Buick Open Aug. 11, Esteban Toledo went toe-to-toe with the biggest heavyweight of them all – Tiger Woods.
Sweden’s Catrin Nilsmark was to be named European Solheim Cup captain Aug. 14 for the 2003 match to be held in Barseback, Sweden.
Karrie Webb's exploits in women’s golf equal Woods’ in the men’s game, but she has achieved a feat even Woods will never accomplish – win five different major titles.
At R&A exec’s urging, ruling bodies unify against high-COR drivers
Achenbach’s U.S. Open top 10
Jeff Rude sprays it off the tee
The early consensus is that Spaldin's new ball will indeed create something of a stir.
With Tiger Woods winning majors, a new ad campaign running and a host of products shipping to retail, Nike Golf is operating on all cylinders – well, almost.
Instructor Smith leads group purchase of Midwest complex.
First it was Anders Hansen to the winner’s circle. Now, it’s Soren Hansen.
If pride is what Bob Clark was seeking, he scored all he could hope for at the 23rd U.S. Senior Open.
This time, Kate Golden couldn’t stop Annika Sorenstam. Neither it seems, can the rest of the LPGA.
Len Mattiace had a mistake-free day. Glen Hnatiuk, however, had plenty of errors.
If you don’t believe May Wood has major game, ask the folks at Pinehurst Resort.
Don Pooley makes Open his first Senior Tour victory.