61 Results for month: 04/2018

Golf Business News – Win A Ryder Cup Weekend with Rigby Taylor

POGO – Jason Eldridge,, Head Greenkeeper at Upchurch River Valley Golf ClubRigby Taylor has launched a Seeds For Change promotion with prizes of Ryder Cup weekends and POGO soil moisture measurement and management systems. Each of the first three winning entries will win for the golf club a POGO Pro moisture ... More

Commissioner Jay Monahan on PGA Tour-LPGA Event: ‘Just a Matter of Time’

AVONDALE, La. – During a question-and-answer session at the PGA Tour’s global employee meeting in 2015, panelists Justin Thomas, Patrick Rodgers and Daniel Berger fielded this question from the crowd: If you were commissioner for a day, what’s one thing you would implement? Berger grabbed the microphone.... More

Golf Business News – Arabella Golf Mallorca Chooses GMS as International Communications Agency

Arabella Golf Mallorca, the largest golf resort in the Mediterranean, has appointed GMS as its international golf communications agency, effective immediately. The resort boasts four luxury golf courses in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, just five minutes away from Palma city centre, in the exclusive Son Vida resident... More

Nicklaus had experimental therapy for back pain

AVONDALE, La. – Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown nearly won the Zurich Classic last year after Kisner's stunning chip shot forced a playoff that they eventually lost. Another good round Friday put the duo back in contention at TPC Louisiana. Kisner and Brown shot a 2-under 70 to pull within one shot of leaders ... More

Golf Business News – Editor’s Choice Proves A Big Result For Sports Impact

Brands represented by specialist PR & marketing agency Sports Impact accounted for almost a quarter (23%) of Golf Monthly’s new Editor’s Choice ‘Best Gear of 2018’ line up in its latest issue out today. No fewer than ten agency clients featured in the leading magazine’s selection published in a ... More

Marc Turnesa: From Tour winner to ‘real-estate guy’

AVONDALE, La. – When Brooks Koepka called last week, asking to team up at the Zurich Classic, Marc Turnesa was flattered but also apprehensive. “I haven’t been practicing, you know,” he said. “S---,” Koepka replied, “I haven’t been, either. So let’s get practicing.” Turnesa is a former ... More

Finau lifts team to opening 62 on improving ankle

AVONDALE, La. – Tony Finau continues to thrive on his injured ankle. Playing for the first time since the Masters, where he tied for 10th despite a high-ankle sprain, Finau matched partner Daniel Summerhays with six birdies to shoot a combined 10-under 62 in fourballs Thursday at the Zurich Classic. Finau still ... More

Tiger Woods Commits to Wells Fargo Championship, The Players

AVONDALE, La. – Wearing a polo instead of a dress shirt, working with a caddie and not a producer, David Duval exited the scoring tent, walked toward the group of reporters waiting for him after their 65 and grumbled to teammate Jim Furyk, “The damn media.” Duval was joking – we think – since he now is ... More

Jordan Spieth Reflects on Masters Run: ‘I Could Have Shot 59’

Inbee Park brings more than her unshakably tranquil demeanor back to the top of the Rolex Women’s World Rankings this week. She brings more than her Olympic gold medal and seven major championships to the Mediheal Championship on the outskirts of San Francisco. She brings a jarring combination of gentleness ... More

Golf Business News – Excitement Builds for Return of Golf’s Original Championship to Carnoustie

Excitement is building for the return of The Open to Carnoustie this summer with fans enthusiastically buying up tickets in unprecedented numbers for a Championship staged on the famous Angus links. (Photo credit David Cannon/Getty Images/The R&A)The Open was last played at Carnoustie in 2007 when Padraig ... More