News for Monday, July 25, 2011
says Arnold Palmer's latest venture is an amalgamation of a hotel, museum and economic catalyst for his hometown of Latrobe, Pa.
As prolific as he was in winning on the golf course, Arnold Palmer has enjoyed similar success in the business world. And in the latter, he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
ASU to hire new coach
After all of the offseason turnover at Augusta State, the Jaguars will turn toward a familiar face to lead their men’s program. Assistant coach Kevin McPherson will be named head coach Wednesday.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
In pursuit of expanding its presence nationally, Edwin Watts Golf Shops LLC announced its entry into Oklahoma with the opening of its first store in the state.
New Wave acquires Ahead
New Wave Group AB, the parent company of Cutter & Buck, has reached an agreement to acquire Ahead, the headwear and apparel company.
Evian Masters major changes
It's not everyday that a tournament becomes a major. Beth Ann Baldry reveals the behind-the-scenes negotiations that led to the LPGA's promotion of the Evian Masters.
Faxon moving to Champions
PGA Tour notes: Brad Faxon will be taking his 28-year PGA Tour career and 702 Tour starts to the Champions Tour after he turns 50 on Aug. 1.
Believe it or not, the start of another college golf season is just a few short weeks away. To get you ready, Asher Wildman will break down the top 60 teams for both the men and women. Today, it's No. 50 on the board with the UNLV men and East Carolina women.
Walker Cup watch list
It was an impressive weekend for potential Walker Cup team members, with Harris English (pictured) and John Peterson finishing 1-2, respectively, at the Nationwide Tour event (where Peter Uihlein was ninth) and Patrick Cantlay placing ninth at the RBC Canadian Open.