TheGolfersNation.com concludes its three-part “Classic Conversations” with Ken Venturi tonight, Thursday.
In the aftermath of 59-year-old Tom Watson‘s runner-up finish at the Open Championship, Golf Fitness Magazine stresses the correlation between fitness and staying competitive.
The “Summertime Golf Show” highlights the Celebrity Shoot Out at Mystic Dunes, which benefits the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, in its Monday, July 27, episode on Sun Sports Network.
GolfLasVegasNow.com reports on Vegas’ Butch Harmon‘s influence on Open Championship winner Stewart Cink.
Golf Fitness Magazine agrees to provide new content for LPGA.com‘s health and fitness section.
The award-winning GolfTalk Live radio show, based out of Phildelphia, Pa., completes a record-setting year in which its Web site grows more than 1,000 percent.
Tennessee successfully defended its title in the second Battle of the Smokies Media Golf Challenge, May 31-June 2 at Beech Mountain Club and Sugar Mountain Golf Club. The Battle of the Smokies features teams of media from both states battling head-to-head in a Ryder Cup-style format.
Honma Golf introduces an exclusive marketing partnership with the Golf Cognoscente Consortium, a luxury golf brand platform in print, web, HD video and events.
Golf World reports that the LPGA’s contract with new Korean cable TV provider J Golf is a multi-year deal in excess of $4 million.
Diatect International Corp. contracts with Jamison Golf Group to promote the company’s Results fire ant killer product to golf course owners and superintendents.
Golf Life releases the fourth episode of the 2008 series for national delivery beginning May 18.
Golf Fitness Magazine Inc. and GolfChannel.com announce an exclusive content partnership that will offer a broad range of golf fitness information on the network’s website.
The International Network of Golf reports that the 18th ING Spring Conference, May 27-31 in Atlantic City, N.J., will feature media attendees with a cumulative circulation of four million readers, in addition to TV and radio.
"Where To Play Golf" announces plans to air its show and film a television special in Minnesota in June.
"Where To Play Golf" announces plans to air its show and film a television special from the Maine Lobster Festival in July.
"Where To Play Golf" will air its radio show and film a television special in Myrtle Beach, S.C., in March.
"Where To Play Golf" will air its radio show and film a television special from Las Vegas in February.
Golfweek reaches an agreement with FOXSports.com on MSN that will make select Golfweek online video programming, editorial content, best courses lists and player rankings available on its website.
The Masters announces that ESPN will broadcast the first two rounds beginning in 2008.
TurfNet undergoes an expansion and relaunches as TurfNet Media Network.
Golfweek will enter the broadcast television market on July 1 with high-definition video-on-demand programming focusing on golf course real estate, travel and living the golf lifestyle. Golfweek will begin airing "Golfweek’s Best" through TVN Entertainment.