News for Thursday, November 7, 2002
These smart-spin wedges do something the old spinaroos didn’t: They produce shots that bounce once and spin to a stop.
This is South Carolina, where the fabled low country speaks in a soft and seductive voice.
Par at Royal St. David’s turns out to be an enticing 69.
When you least expect it, a star is born.
Europe’s leader – and the player U.S. fans love to hate – is a man of many contrasts.
Luke Reese, the Wilson Golf executive resigned Sept. 13.
A basic adage of advertising is that when you don’t have substance to sell, you rely upon sex appeal.
The Jan. 23-26 edition served only to fuel fears about the industry’s health and vitality.
It’s time to evaluate golf courses on the basis of their environmental sensibility.
Opened in April 2002, Rustic Canyon is a low-profile layout with a classical design sensibility.
The spirit of invention and innovation is alive and well in the golf industry.
Frenzied discussions on ways to save golf’s preeminent trade expo permeated the 2003 PGA Merchandise Show.
Tom Joyce and Kevin Morris posted a matching 8-under-par 64 to create a sudden-death playoff.
When Ernie Els couldn’t make par on No. 18 at the Singapore Masters Jan. 26 at Laguna National Golf and Country Club, victory was Lian-Wei Zhang’s.
Players keep getting longer off the tee and stronger in the body.
Singh’s game seems strong as ever in Phoenix triumph.
One of the major items concerning legislation that could affect playing and practice time for student-athletes dealt with cutting back, or perhaps eliminating, the fall golf season.
The road to American Junior Golf Association participation became much more inviting Jan. 24 with the release of the organization’s new performance-based entry system.
Bruce Edwards, Tom Watson’s longtime looper, has been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Annika Sorenstam has expressed interest in sampling a PGA Tour stop.