Tiger Woods began his new season with no bogeys, no birdies on the par 5s and no drama. And he trails by 5 shots in San Diego.
Brothers Steve and Barry Mann grew up on a farm in Canada growing wheat and grain. After days on the farm with their “dogs” (feet) barking they came up with a heck of an idea – create a shoe that won’t make your back hurt when walking or standing all day. Steve, President and CEO, now works with his brother on a daily basis trying to spread the word on Dawgs.
Sean Martin takes a look at the five things you need to know from Tiger's first competitive round of 2011.
One thing that never amazes me is how golf touches so many people in so many different professions across this life. Visitors to the PGA Show were greeted by some sweet notes played by world-renowned saxophonist Branford Marsalis, who is a self-proclaimed golf nut.
When he was a high school golfer living just outside Orlando, Matt Kuchar used to join his dad, Peter, borrow some badges from the pro at his club, and visit the PGA Merchandise Show, just a kid walking through hallways filled with golf toys.
Greg Norman and Hank Haney are witnessing China's golf boom first-hand. But will China's golf industry learn from mistakes made by the West? The mammoth PGA Merchandise Show will expand to Beijing and Guangzhou later this year.
Crowds and exhibitors flocked to Orange County Convention Center Thursday for the PGA Merchandise Show. Golfweek was there.
Johan Edfors has shot an 8-under 64 in the first round of the Volvo Golf Champions, giving him a two-stroke lead in the European Tour’s debut in Bahrain.
Golfweek.com navigated through the jam-packed Orange County Convention Center to chronicle the day’s events. Click here for our exclusive video blog.
As we kick off our 2011 PGA Merchandise Show coverage, we wanted to start with a bang, so we tracked down Canadian designers, Lauren Demerling and Sima Anvari, to give us an inside look at Catwalk Performance Artwear's new look.
With fully engaged facilities far fewer than projected, Get Golf Ready leaders are preaching a new mantra for their initiative: Quality over quantity.