With all the odd golf rules gaffes occurring on the course, who knew that even stranger golf-related goings-on were taking place inside the courtroom. There's the former pro shop worker accused of theft, a golfer suing a course for negligence, and, of course, the requisite gator-rips-arm-off-golfer-and-eats-it story.
For the fifth consecutive year, golf closures outpaced openings, according to the National Golf Foundation. Wentworth Hills Golf Course, which heads to the auction block later this month, offers a snapshot of the financial woes club owners and operators continue to face.
Massachusetts pro golfer wins and Vermont professional golfer finishes third....not to shabby?
JUPITER, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., won his second straight Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament Tuesday, beating Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens in the second hole of a playoff after they tied at eight under par 64.
PLANO, Texas, Jan. 19, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Adams Golf (Nasdaq:ADGF) announced today that, with a bid of $1.5 million and a total purchase cost of $1.65 million (inclusive of administration costs) it was the winner at the January 18, 2011 U.S. Bankruptcy
Yes! Golf, maker of the highly touted C-Groove putters, hits the auction block Tuesday. The company, which filed for bankruptcy last year, had a fleeting moment of fading glory when PGA Tour star Jim Furyk took a break from the Deutsche Bank Championship to buy a used $39 Yes! flat stick from a local golf discount store.
Factoring in the population increase, golf in the US has lost over 25% participation since 1990 and during that period over 3800 new courses were built. Kind of cuts to the chase doesn't it, things aren't going so well.
Sunice Tour Pro Mark Wilson had six minutes between the end of his third round and the start of his fourth round Sunday during the marathon 36-hole finale of the Sony Open in Hawaii. At that point he was 18 holes away from his third PGA TOUR win