News for Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Every course architect knows the key to a good layout is the proper location of the holes upon the land.
Old Course ambience an acquired taste
Burrows Golf, the Valencia, Calif., equipment company known for its innovative club-fitting system and splashy trade-show exhibits, has ceased operations.
In the age of TiVo, marketers adopt new tactics to reach consumers
For Travis Bertoni, a double eagle overcame three double bogeys, leading the Cal Poly senior to a two-stroke victory over Liam Kendregan July 8 at the Sahalee Players Championship.
Brad Faxon’s $7,000 travel investment reaped dividends when he qualified for the British Open Championship July 10 at Lundin Golf Club.
Following his whirlwind ride at the U.S. Open last month, Gore turned down PGA Tour sponsor exemptions in order to earn his Tour card via the Nationwide Tour.
Two-tour standout adds second Champions victory, second Champions major