35 Results for month: 05/2018

Watch: Woods struggles out of the gate at Memorial

Tiger Woods entered the opening round of the Memorial Tournament to increased expectations. Coming off a solid weekend in his last start, at The Players, and being a five-time winner at Muirfield Village, it figured Woods would contend from the start this week. That didn't happen. Beginning on the back nine, Woods ... More

Golf Business News – Carriage House Opening Completes Reconstruction of Golf Course at Adare Manor

Ireland’s newest five-star castle and golf resort, Adare Manor in County Limerick, has officially opened its Carriage House, offering a resort dining destination to complement The Golf Course at Adare Manor. The Carriage House, where guests can enjoy an artisan grill experience in a stylishly relaxed atmosphere, ... More

Monday Scramble: This is their jam

Aaron Wise asserts himself, Trinity Forest draws mixed reviews, Tiger Woods hangs out in Vegas, and somebody punches somebody else - maybe. All that and more in this week's edition of Monday Scramble. Aaron Wise's learning curve lasted exactly 17 starts. That's how many events he had played as an official PGA ... More

Golf Business News – R&A and USGA Launch Golf’s Global Distance Insights Project

The R&A and the USGA have launched a comprehensive project to analyse distance in golf and gather perspectives from the worldwide golf community. The Distance Insights Project will examine distance through a multi-pronged approach that includes global stakeholder engagement, third-party data review and primary ... More

Billy Horschel, Sergio Garcia grouped at AT&T Byron Nelson

DALLAS – The Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the federal ban on gambling rippled across every field, court and arena in the country. They’re sure to be felt among the nooks and crannies of professional golf, although a few of the sport’s more unique factors could make those effects especially ... More

Golf Business News – Aspects of Leisure: Golf and Hotels – Spring 2018

11.40pm 14th May 2018 - Opinion - This story was updated on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 In recent years the golf industry has had a difficult time, with many clubs seeing membership numbers drop. However, according to a KPMG Golf Participation Report for Europe 2017, 2016 saw membership numbers start to ... More

Randall’s Rant: With betting, expect more obnoxious fans at PGA Tour events

The NCAA Division I men’s regionals got underway Monday at six sites around the country. The top five teams and low individual on a non-advancing team will advance to the May 25-30 NCAA Championship at Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Okla. Here are the first-round results from the Raleigh (N.C.), Kissimmee (Fla.), ... More

Golf Business News – Clark to captain Great Britain & Ireland PGA Cup team

Cameron Clark has been named captain of Great Britain & Ireland’s PGA Cup team when they attempt to claim an historic third consecutive victory over America in Texas next year. The head PGA Professional at Moor Hall Golf Club in the West Midlands is no stranger to the biennial competition, having been ... More

Tiger Woods blames the wind at 17: ‘I hit a good shot’

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – When Paul Tesori was 9 years old his grandfather had him tag along for a visit to TPC Sawgrass. It was 1980 and the Stadium Course, which today gleams with acres of green, was still being converted from a swamp. But young Paul couldn’t resist taking a few cuts off the dirt into what ... More

Golf Business News – GDPR – Good News on Golf Club Photos

Chateau des Vigiers / Andy HisemanGolf photographer and PR agency owner Andy Hiseman has positive GDPR-related news for golf clubs who are concerned about people photos on their websites. This follows reports of many golf clubs receiving legal advice to remove people photos if no signed consent forms were ... More