PG Professional Golf signs The Farm Golf Club, located in Rocky Face, Ga., as its newest ball retrieval client.
FlightScope expands its presence in the North American market with the addition of sales representatives.
Quiksilver Inc. reaches an agreement to sell 100 percent of the stock of its Cleveland Golf Co. Inc. subsidiary to Japan-based SRI Sports Limited.
PG Professional Golf announces the signing of Elk River Club in North Carolina and Long Cove Club in South Carolina as golf ball retrieval clients.
PG Professional Golf adds Shoal Creek Golf Club in Birmingham, Ala., to its list of golf ball retrieval accounts.
AboutGolf reports that it was the highest-ranked golf company on the 2007 Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. The list is featured in Inc. Magazine‘s September issue, and AboutGolf is ranked 252nd overall.
Aspire Golf Consulting has been launched by Tim Moraghan, former director of championships agronomy for the U.S. Golf Association. The new company will provide a wide range of services covering all facets of the golf industry, including public, private and resort golf courses, developers, course architects, club management and course superintendents.
ForeFront Holdings Inc. realigns its sales team, which supports the Burton, Datrek and Miller Golf brands.
Club Car introduces a nitrogen tire inflation system to help golf courses operate greener and more efficiently.
Billy Casper Golf‘s contract to manage High Bridge Hills Golf Club in High Bridge, N.J., has been extended for another five years.
GolfShopLive! announces that Super Stroke Putting Solutions has received purchase orders from Golf Galaxy, GolfSmith, PGA Tour SuperStores and Edwin Watts. SuperStroke is used by K.J. Choi.
ForeFront Holdings, Inc. announces that it has realigned its sales team, which supports the Burton, Datrek and Miller Golf brands, to better meet the needs of today’s golf marketplace.
AboutGolf, manufacturer of indoor golf simulator technology, was the highest-ranked golf company on the 2007 Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies.
Golf Convergence business plan results in a restructured loan with $625,468 forgiveness in past-due interest and reduced future indebtedness of $1.16 million.
Ogio has been selected as a preferred vendor to Dallas-based ClubCorp and La Quinta’s KSL Resorts.
Lija reports is listed No. 83 in the 19th Profit 100 rankings of Canada’s fastest-growing companies.
Technology Training Associates, a provider of Jonas Club Management Solutions, expands into the Caribbean and Central America.
PG Professional Golf reports that it now services more than 2,000 courses in 29 states with its compensation programs.
Technology Training Associates opens an office in Dallas, Texas, that will be headed by Kevin Moltenbrey, TTA regional director of sales.
The Sizemore Collection announces that the company began shipping its spring and summer orders.
Andrew Wood, president of Legendary Marketing, announces the split of the company into four separate companies.