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Improvements include Sky Room event center and lodging at historic The Walsh House.
Recently, Tee Times spent a few minutes with With the playing of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club June 18-23, the Club is continuing the mission statement of hosting national championships. This will be the first women’s national event at Hazeltine since the 1977 USGA Women’s Open won by Hollis Stacy. DeLosh, Championship Director for the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
Recently, Tee Times spent a few minutes with Renee DeLosh, Championship Director for the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
PEOPLE move the needle in golf – from merchandisers and marketers to players, architects and course builders. But golfers wouldn’t have places to play, and architects wouldn’t have courses to build if it weren’t for visionary developers and financiers- industry catalysts like the Keiser family.
The Corner Office is an ongoing series where we provide readers with an insightful look into the thinking and personality of the people in golf leadership roles. This month we feature Tom Abts, at Deer Run Golf Club.
The Psychic watched the Saturday and Sunday telecast of the Bethpage Black version of the PGA Championship with a heavy heart. His all time favorite golfer, Tiger Woods, was no longer on the golf course.
Years ago, before my father retired, he was famous for saying he wanted to become a golf course ranger when his office days were done.
We all know about Pavlov’s, but probably not much about Pavlov and the golf swing. Ivan Pavlov was a Russian scientist who lived from 1849 to 1936. He did not play golf. However his ideas have affected the game.
Minnesota PGA and its charitable arm, PGA REACH Minnesota, and Treasure Island Resort & Casino in conjunction with the Minnesota Department of Veteran Affairs are proud to host the second annual 100 Holes for HOPE charity golf tournament.
Do you golf? Are you a serious golfer? How serious? Golfers ask “icebreaker” questions like these when they’re in confined spaces with people they don’t know. They ask “small talk” questions like these to gauge your passion compared to theirs.
Marcia Lockman was the first executive team member that Ruth Kimmelshue, General Chair for the 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, selected when she was appointed.
The biggest question facing Hazeltine decision makers: Who would represent Hazeltine as General Chair? Ruth Kimmelshue was quickly identified as the obvious choice. Ruth’s resume reads like a Who’s Who for the job of General Chair of a Major Golf Championship.
The latest April snowstorm found many of us that love and/or work in golf asking, “Why do we live here?” It’s a question rooted in exasperation over the fact that we have been looking at beautifully green golf courses on television all winter long and then The Masters comes and “WE should be playing too!”
Sometimes it takes awhile to understand the influences in our lives. I’m not a young man, and I’m finally realizing what an influence my Scottish grandfather had on my life.
With a tear in his eye, the Psychic watched Tiger Woods, the Ultimate Gladiator of Golf, raise both arms to the heavens in a triumphant victory signal. Tiger had overcome huge challenges, both physical and mental, to return to the Major Championship winner’s circle.
With the new golf season just about to start, the biggest buzz in golf might actually be about the new Rules of Golf. Being a self-proclaimed Rules geek, this is a welcome sight for me and I’m excited to play and officiate under the new code.