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Armed with additional research and real-world data, the United States Golf Association welcomed more than 100 industry leaders and allied organizations to the second annual Pace of Play Symposium
The 18-Hole, Par-72 Jack Nicklaus Signature Design Course is the TPC Network's First Caribbean Golf Course NASSAU, Bahamas, Nov.
"Golf Without Obstacles" Comes to Market With Innovative Design and Technology in Time for Holiday Gift-Giving NEW YORK, Nov.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Queen of Golf, successfully held in October 2014 in Europe was aimed at finding the most beautiful golf enthusiast.
Affordable Low Cost Golf will increase the numbers of golfers, and Turf Feeding Systems, a Texas company, has just launched a program to increase the rounds of play for public daily fee golf courses.
Six-time major championship winner, former World #1 ranked player and World Golf Hall of Fame member will host "Nick Faldo Radio" starting in January NEW YORK, Nov.
The leader of the Alkaline Diet, SevenPoint2 introduces their product line at the Professional Golf Association Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale AZ. (PRWEB)
Toccoa Course Given Top Honors by Georgia Golf Course Owners Association, Plus Graces Cover of Golfweek's "2015 Top 100 Courses in USA" Issue TOCCOA, Ga., Nov.
"Hit It Hard with John Daly" will debut this December NEW YORK, Nov.
BANDON, Ore. and ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill., Nov.
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