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All the News that Fits

As webmaster at WWW.golftodaymagazine.com, I receive a lot of press releases. So I thought this might be a good place to start listing some of the ones that don’t make it into the magazine. Or to list them again. Let me know whether you like this information.

RVGolfer

Don’t forget the Golf Today Magazine tournament in Carson City, Nevada, beginning Oct. 7.

Central Coast Invitational, October 11-15th, Cypress Ridge golf course in Arroyo Grande, Calif. A pro-am tournament format.

A Peter Jacobsen/Jim Hardy signature design 18 hole golf course will play host to a newly created event modeled after the Pebble Beach pro-am.

Professionals play 72 holes, ‘no cut’, for prize money and amateurs play the first two rounds to qualify for the central coast invitational trophy tournament during round three on Friday October 14, 2005. The top 20 teams qualify.

Tournament information at www.cypressridge.com.

Author Dr. Bee Epstein-Shepherd has written “Building Champions: A Guide for Parents of Junior Golfers” (Becoming Press, 2005) that is being released this week.

Tour Golf Products, Inc., Columbus OH, continues its weekly newsletters directed toward customers, clubmakers and golfers around the world. Each features a section related to a specific Tour Golf product and a weekly sale section with substantial discounts on current products. Plus a weekly technical information section written by Jeff Jackson. The newsletters are archived at www.tourgolfproducts.com.

Power Performance Rankings rate the performance of Champions Tour players over the last 12 months. A player can move up by dropping a bad finish from 2004 and/or move up by having a good finish in 2005. Tom Watson moved up from 8th to 2nd position in the Rankings after his victory at the Senior British Open. Jay Haas moved ahead on pointsand retook the #1 slot as many others lost ground.

Peter Jacobsen dropped to 3rd, and Craig Stadler climbed from 7th to 4th with his British Open performance.

Biggest moves: Andy Bean, down from 24th to 36th; Jim Ahern up from 46th to 39th; David Eger up from 21st to 15th; Bob Gilder up from 37th to 32nd.

For more information on the Power Performance Rankings, contact Kathy Bissell. Email golfshow@bellsouth.net or call 904-273-8078. This system is not compiled by the PGA Tour.

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Written by rvgolfer

July 31, 2005 at 12:40 pm

Posted in golf

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