Golf News for February 8, 2017

Bath Golf Club
Bath Golf Club

Bath Golf Club Promises Changes Under New Management – “Beyond the basic cosmetic improvements, we are excited to announce the opening of the Ship City Brew Pub. We will open early this year for golfers and the public. Big TVs, pool tables, a beautiful new rustic bar with a fresh menu.”

Quick Look at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am – Forty-seven CEOs, along with a potpourri of chairmen, presidents, managing directors and founding partners. Nine actors, seven musicians, three comedians and a few “entertainers” (one goes by the initials J.T. Evidently, he both sings and dances). A collection of current and former big-name athletes, as well as two football coaches. One of them won the Super Bowl a few days ago.

What they use: Greens in Regulation Percentage – Each week during the season, PGATOUR.COM‘s Equipment Report highlights the top five players in a statistical category, and the equipment they used to get to the top.

Heading south: Maine’s Cole Anderson (2019) commits to Florida State – Camden Regional High’s Cole Anderson is heading south to play his college golf – way south. The 16-year-old 2019 recruit from Camden, Maine, has verbally committed to Florida State.

Golf club not allowing women members may cost it 2020 Tokyo Olympics event – Martha Burke could not be reached for comment…

Yonkers golf cart injury may cost county $1.6M – Course employee allegedly runs over patron at county-run golf course in Westchester County, settlement proves costly.

Use The Big Muscles To Launch Your Drives – The best news is, the average guy drives it only 219 yards, which means that sometimes we rise to the level of average!

Crews rescue 22 from flooded golf course – The entire course was ruled a water hazard…

Second Annual Greater New England Golf Expo Held this Weekend – On February 11-12, The Center of New Hampshire Expo Center at the Radisson in Manchester will once again host The Second Annual Greater New England Golf Expo.


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