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2010 Team Canada

Nick Taylor will be back to anchor the men's national amateur team as the RCGA unveils players to its 2010 Team Canada men's and women's squads.

57th PGA Merchandise Show to feature close to 1,000 vendors

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Abacus expands into North America

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Abacus ready for spring with new soft shell lineup

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Abacus sets sights on expansion into U.S.

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Acushnet assists in breakup of major counterfeit equipment ring

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Acushnet Company completes sale of Cobra Golf brand to PUMA

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Acushnet wins decision in lengthy patent dispute with Callaway

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Adams Golf back in black with Idea Pro Black CB1 Irons

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Adams Golf launches four new a7 Select putter models

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Adams Golf launches new Idea a70S integrated sets

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Adams Golf launches Speedline 9064LS and 4G Ultra-Lite drivers

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Adams Golf to launch Speedline FAST 10 drivers, fairway woods

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Adams Golf unveils new Idea Black CB2 Irons and Super Hybrids

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Adidas Golf brings comfort, style to course with Rangewear

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Adidas Golf creates Paula Creamer, Natalie Gulbis signature series footwear

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adidas Golf introduces TOUR360 4.0 Sport

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adidas Golf launches "Wear In The World" campaign

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adidas Golf now offers adiPURE line to female golfers

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adidas Golf unveils ClimaCool® with CoolMax® Energy Fabric

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adidas Golf unveils new development in ClimaCool technology

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adidas Golf unveils Tour360 4.0 shoe

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adidas leaps forward with ThiNTech footwear technology

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AHEAD launches men's 2010 spring lineup

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Albin Choi, Mackenzie Brooke Henderson victorious at CN Future Links Quebec Championship

After three days of exciting play, Team Canada Development Squad member Albin Choi of Toronto and MacKenzie Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., captured the respective boys and girls divisions at the CN Future Links Québec Championship at Club de golf Val des Lacs in Ste Sophie, Que. In the Junior Boys competition, Choi fired a three-day score of 5-under par (71-68-69-208) to claim his third victory on the CN Future Links circuit in the past two years. Choi’s colourful 2-under par 69 during today’s action included two eagles, two birdies, two bogeys and a single double-bogey. The 18-year-old entered the final day in the lead feeling confident and mentally prepared. “I felt really comfortable coming into the final round and the course really suited my game,” Choi said. “Winning two CN Future Links events last year gave me the confidence and the experience I needed to succeed today.”

And the nominees are...

Dave Levesque (above) is among the nominees as the Ontario PGA unveiled its 2009 Award Nominations on Thursday.

Another world

Graham DeLaet and Stuart Anderson are headed to the World Cup qualifier at Estonian Golf and Country Club in Manniva Village, Estonia from Sept. 24 – 27, 2009.

Another world

Canadians Graham DeLaet and Stuart Anderson slipped into cruise control Sunday to win the World Cup qualifier in Estonia, punching their ticket to Mission Hills in November.

Antigua expands Desert Dry™ Xtra-Lite to outerwear

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Antigua introduces 2010 women's performance collection

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Augusta James claims Ontario Junior Girls' Championship

Local favourite Augusta James of Bath, Ontario carded three identical even-par 71’s to claim her first Investors Group Ontario Junior Girls’ Championship title at Rivendell Golf Club in Verona, Ontario. James battled through three-rounds of relentless heat to finish her final hole of the event in style, dropping her approach shot to within a foot of the pin to tap in for birdie and earn a four-stroke victory. The tournament unfolded with an exciting battle between James and first-round leader Brittany Marchand of Orangeville, as the pair jockeyed for the lead position right up until they made the turn in the final round. James, a member at Loyalist Country Club, carded two birdies on the 10th and 11th holes to edge out Marchand for the lead, which she didn’t relinquish for the rest of the round. “I tried not to think too much about what Brittany was doing and just take each hole one at a time,” said James, who is slated to become Marchand’s future teammate at North Carolina State University. “I knew there were also girls coming up behind us that could shoot a career round so I just kept focused on my own game.”

Back for more

With less than three weeks to go until Canada’s national women’s open championship, defending champion Suzann Pettersen is looking forward to defending her crown at the $2.25 million CN Canadian Women's Open.

Bag Boy unveils Express Auto three-wheel push cart

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Bag Boy® introduces Revolver Plus cart bag

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Begay headed north

Four-time PGA Tour winner Notah Begay has accepted a sponsor’s exemption to compete in the 2010 Clublink Jane Rogers Championship (JRC), being held at Greystone Golf Club in Halton Hills August 9-15.

Ben Boudreau rallies to win Canadian PGA Club Professional Championship

Ben Boudreau of Longueuil, QC stole the show at the Titleist & FootJoy Canadian PGA Club Professional Championship after he birdied the 18th hole in regulation and then birdied it again in a playoff to claim the Canadian PGA National Championship over first and second round leader Jeff Buder of Vancouver, BC. “I was two shots back on the final hole but I thought if I could hit a big drive down the fairway I would have a chance to make a birdie and I just tried to do it all over again in the playoff,” said Boudreau, who now earns an exemption into the 2010 RBC Canadian Open at St. George’s Golf & Country Club in Toronto. “Jeff and I had a wild fight all day long and I know he is a little disappointed but he played great golf all week and I’m just happy to be the last man standing.”

Ben Kern, Graham Cooke and Brent Franklin to be inducted into Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) are proud to announce that Graham Cooke of Hudson, Que., Brent Franklin of Barrie, Ont. and the late Ben Kern of Rolandia, Brazil (pictured) have been elected as the 2010 inductees into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. With their inductions, Cooke, Franklin and Kern become the 65th, 66th and 67th honoured members of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. “The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame seeks to recognize excellence as golfers, contributors and supporters of the game,” said David Shaw, Chair of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. “Graham Cooke, Brent Franklin and Ben Kern have each amassed their own unique golf-related legacies and are fine examples of what makes golf such a great sport. Each of our 2010 inductees made tremendous contributions to the game and it is only fitting that as such, they are recognized for their accomplishments.”

Better late than never

It was a day longer and 18 holes shorter than expected, but Anna Nordqvist claimed the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship while Lorena Ochoa won her fourth straight Rolex Player of the Year award.

Bettinardi Golf introduces 2010 putter lineup

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Bobby Jones & Jack Nicklaus Sportswear to exhibit at 2010 PGA Merchandise Show

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Boccieri Golf introduces 2010 Heavy Putter models

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Boccieri Golf introducesHeavy Wedge "Control Series"

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Boccieri Golf to showcase Heavy Wedge and Lite-Weight Series

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Bridgestone introduces new e-Series distance performance balls

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Bunker completes three-peat at Canadian Men's Mid-Amateur Championship

Dave Bunker of Woodbridge, Ont., once again captured Canada’s most prestigious mid-amateur golf crown, shooting a 3-over par 74 to win three titles in a row at the 24th playing of the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship at The Royal Ottawa Golf Club. Bunker carded 3 birdies during his final round finishing with a four-round total of 279 (-5). After winning the championship three consecutive times Bunker doesn’t credit luck entirely. “It’s some luck, but I do practice a lot,” laughs Bunker. “It’s pretty exciting, I played well the first three rounds, gave myself some breathing room. I struggled a little with my shots today. I made it closer than I really wanted it to, it got kind of exciting there for a few holes.”

Callaway Golf presents 2010 product lineup

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Callaway Golf presents new X-series JAWS wedges

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Callaway Golf presents Solaire sets, golf balls for women

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Callaway Golf presents X-Series JAWS wedges

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Callaway Golf set to unveil 2011 Spring apparel line

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Callaway Golf sweeps up men's Olympic curling champions in sponsorship deal

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Callaway Golf unveils new X-24 Hot Irons

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Callaway introduces Diablo Edge, Diablo forged irons

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Callaway to offer Odyssey ProType Phil Mickelson putter

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Callaway uPro receives "Best Of What's New" Award from Popular Science magazine

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Camilo Villegas to join TaylorMade Tour Staff in 2011

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Canadian PGA announces 2009 national award winners

The Canadian PGA has announced the 2009 winners of its prestigious National awards for exceptional and dedicated service as Canadian golf professionals. The 2009 winners are: • Club Professional of the Year – Bob Paley, Kananaskis Country Golf Course, Alberta • Teacher of the Year – Sean Casey, The Clublink Academy At Glen Abbey, Ontario • Merchandiser of the Year – Bob Paley, Kananaskis Golf Club, Alberta • Jack McLaughlin Junior Leader of the Year Award – Henry Brunton, Henry Brunton Golf, Ontario • Tex Noble Award – Jamie Stevens, Granite Point Golf Club, British Columbia

Canadian PGA announces TrackMan as a National Education Program Partner

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Canadian PGA names Glenn Cundari new President

Glenn Cundari, Teaching Professional and owner of the Cundari School of Golf in North Bay, ON was elected President of the Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association (Canadian PGA) at the Association’s Annual General Meeting in Moncton, NB. Cundari succeeds Lindon Garron of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Canadian PGA TV interviewed Cundari moments after the election and the video can be seen on the Canadian PGA website at www.cpga.com . “This new responsibility is very important to me. The members of the Canadian PGA have my full commitment.” stated Cundari, who has been heavily involved with the National Board of Directors as its Secretary and with the National Education Program as the Master Facilitator in Canada.

Canadian-based Miura enters hybrid market

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Canadian-based Sundog to supply eyewear for U.S. team at World Golfers Championship

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Canadian-based Sunice forms U.S. Corporate Markets division

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Canadian-based Sunice names Arnie Cunningham Director of PGA Tour Promotions

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Canadian-based Sunice unveils 2010 Sport Layers Collection

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Canadian-based Sunice® partners with "The Golf Business" In the U.K, Ireland

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Canadian-based TABI, Lorie Kane to appear at PGA show

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CG15 "ultimate wedge" launched from Cleveland Golf

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Champ Spikes featured at Ontario PGA Merchandise Show

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Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba named official charity of 2010 CN Canadian Women's Open

CN announced today the selection of the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba Inc. as the official charity and beneficiary of the CN Miracle Match program that will accompany the 2010 CN Canadian Women’s Open. The golf championship will be held at Winnipeg’s St. Charles Country Club Aug. 23-29. CN Miracle Match will rally the Winnipeg and Manitoba communities to make charitable donations to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Each year since 2006, CN and the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) have generated funds to support a children’s hospital by matching donations made through initiatives associated with the CN Canadian Women’s Open. In the past four years, this program has raised more than $3.5 million for children’s hospitals.

Cleveland Golf introduces latest irons

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Cleveland set to launch new putter line

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Club Glove celebrates 20th anniversary with arrival of new products

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Club Glove introduces new Back Pack

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Club Glove unveils lightweight HotStepper II stand bag

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CN, RCGA announce 2010 CN Canadian Women's Tour schedule

CN and the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) are pleased to announce the championship schedule for the 2010 CN Canadian Women’s Tour, Canada’s only developmental golf tour for women. This season’s scheduled Tour events, which include a practice round, 9-hole Pro-Am and 36-holes of competition will be held May 5-7 at Quilchena Golf & Country Club in Richmond, B.C.; June 27-29 at Blue Springs Golf Club in Acton, Ont.; and July 11-13 at Club de golf Rivermead in Gatineau, Que. A notable addition to the 2010 campaign is that the top three players on the CN Canadian Women’s Tour season-ending order of merit will be awarded direct entry and entry fees paid into both LPGA Tour Sectional Qualifying Tournaments (a $5,000 value each). As well, the champion of each CN Canadian Women's Tour event is eligible to compete in Duramed Futures Tour events for the remainder of the 2010 season.

Cobra Golf debuts the Baffler Rail Hybrid

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Cobra Golf selects Nippon Shaft as stock steel shaft for S2 Irons

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Cobra Golf set to pounce with S2 driver, fairway metals

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Cobra Golf unveils S2 iron and iron hybrid integrated sets

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Cobra Golf unveils the ZL driver

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Cobra strikes with Baffler Rail Fairway

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Colin Murray holds on to win Ontario PGA Match Play Championship

Colin Murray (Peninsula Lakes) managed to hang on, despite losing a 2 up lead heading into the 16th hole, to win the 2009 Ontario PGA Match Play Championship over Brian Hadley (Huron Oaks) in extra holes(19th hole). Although Murray was victorious by all accounts The National Golf Club of Canada lived up to its expectations as one of the toughest tests of golf anywhere. "This win feels great," said Murray after accepting the $5,000 winners cheque. "The course was extremely tough today but with the help of my caddie I was able to pull it out," added Murray, whose caddie, Les Carr was a former National caddie. With this win Murray also takes home a three night stay including two rounds of golf at Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura, Florida compliments of Merit Golf Vacations. Murray's trip will also include airfare compliments of WestJet.

Corey Conners fires course record to win Ontario Amateur Championship

Eighteen year old Corey Conners gave spectators a thrilling finish at the Ontario Amateur Championship, carding a flawless course record breaking 65 before securing the title in a two-hole playoff victory. Conners birdied his way to the top of the leaderboard after starting the day five strokes back at picturesque Idylwylde Golf and Country Club. With all eyes on second and third round leader Jace Walker of St.Thomas battling with Thornhill’s Matt Hoffman in the lead grouping, Conners quietly delivered a bogey-free performance to finish at seven-under for both the round and the tournament. Earlier in the day, signs pointed to Walker as the likely candidate to pick up the Gary Cowan trophy as he pulled away from the field, carding a trio of birdies before making the turn and adding another on the 13th hole to sit at nine-under par

Cutter & Buck announces multi-year pact with Annika Sorenstam

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Danny King claims Club Car Ontario PGA Spring Championship

Danny King (Performance Academy at Magna) shot 3-under-par 69 to come from behind to win the 2010 Ontario PGA Spring Championship at the 7700 yard Whistle Bear Golf Club. King emerged victorious over a number of players who finished at 2-under-par for the tournament. That group included defending champion Reggie Millage (Henry Brunton Golf), Keir Smith (National), Matt Peavoy (Rosedale) and Bruce Rogerson (Brantford). Not listed in that group was Dave Levesque who led the tournament for most of the day when first round leader David Miller started his round with a double bogey. Levesque’s wheels came off on the 17th hole when he hit his tee shot into the par 3, 17th came up short. Levesque, who was sitting at -3 for the tournament, was unable to get his ball up and down which cleared the way for King. Eddie Maunder (Deerfield) had a chance to get into a playoff with King on 18 but his birdie attempt from the bunker came up short.

Datrek announces successful launch of 2010 golf bag collection

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Dawgs Golf expands sales initiative in Canada

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Dawgs Golf footwear line introduced by USA Dawgs

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Derek Ingram named Women's Head Coach for Team Canada

The Royal Canadian Golf Association announced today that Derek Ingram of Winnipeg has been named Head Coach of the Women’s National Amateur Golf Team. Prior to being named Women’s Head Coach, Ingram formerly served the past five years as Men’s Assistant Coach for Team Canada. Ingram, a seven-time winner of the Manitoba PGA Teacher of the Year Award, has been involved with the RCGA’s High Performance Program for the past nine years. “Derek has been a valuable member of our Team Canada coaching staff over the past nine years and we are pleased to have him take on the role of Head Coach for the Women’s National Amateur Golf Team,” said Jeff Thompson, Chief Sport Development Officer with the RCGA.

Divots Sportswear releases 2010 collection

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Divots Sportswear set to unveil 2010 apparel line

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Divots Sportswear to enter Canadian market

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Divots Sportswear unveils latest additions to 2010 Spring collection

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Dixon Golf partners with Pure Brands Management for Canadian distribution

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DnA Golf launched by VyaTek Sports

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Dunning introduces Spring 2010 sportswear lineup

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Dunning Toronto Boutique set to open in Yonge-Eglinton district

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Dustin Kerr-Taylor elected 39th President of Ontario PGA

The Ontario PGA is pleased to introduce Mr. Dustin Kerr-Taylor, Head Professional of The Mandarin Golf & CC as its new president. Kerr-Taylor takes over for outgoing president Chris Miranda who held the presidency since March of 2008. "First and foremost I would like to thank my predecessor Chris Miranda for his tireless dedication to the Ontario PGA and the Ontario Board," said Kerr-Taylor. "I am extremely humbled to be in this position and I am very much looking forward to affecting some positive change for the Ontario PGA and its 1300 members". Kerr-Taylor has served on the Ontario PGA Board since 2005. He has held a number of committee positions including membership chairman and most recently education chairman.

Ecco Golf's Street Premier hits ground running

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ECCO unveils hybrid sport-casual shoe Golf Street Premier

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Ecco unveils women's Golf Street Premier shoe

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Eidolon Golf offering holiday savings on wedge purchases

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Etonic offers Perfect Fit golf glove with purchase of Etonic footwear

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Feel Golf acquires Caldwell Golf Company

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Feel Golf launches new line of wedges, irons for 2010

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Feel Golf unveils "Lee Miller Signature Series" wedges

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Fila Golf announces GTA sales rep

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Finally!

Paula Creamer shed the title of being the best women's golfer to not win a major, never wavering during a four-shot victory Sunday in the U.S. Women's Open.

Footjoy debuts new SPIDR2 high-performance glove

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FootJoy launches new performance apparel lineup

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FootJoy to launch all-new FJ Sport golf shoe

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Fourteen Golf introduces ST-110 Driver With A Hybrid Titanium Crown

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Fourteen Golf releases MT-28 T.S. Spec RT wedges

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Fourteen Golf set to introduce MT-28 V5 wedge

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Fourteen Golf to debut TC-910 forged irons at PGA Show

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Fourteen Golf unveils MT-28 V5 wedge in left-handed model

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Fourteen Golf unveils TC-450FG forged irons for women

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GAO names Jon Roy as provincial head coach

The Golf Association of Ontario (GAO) announced today that Jon Roy has been named as the Association’s new Head Provincial Coach. In this newly created position, Roy will oversee the delivery of all of the GAO’s high performance initiatives for athletes and coaches. Roy joins the GAO after seven years as a teacher at Henry Brunton Golf, where he has been responsible for the development and maintenance of all junior golf programs as well as the day to day operations of the academy. Named the Ontario PGA Teacher of the Year for Juniors in 2007, Roy has worked with more than 200 families each year to ensure that junior players of all ages are offered opportunities for development through golf. The CPGA Class A professional is also a professor at Georgian College in Barrie, where he has taught in both the degree and diploma Professional Golf Management programs. “I am honoured to be selected as Head Provincial Coach for the GAO,” said Roy. “Over the past few years I have been a witness to great talent in Ontario - in terms of players and coaches alike - and I'm excited to take on a leadership role in developing this talent even further."

Georgian College offers only four-year golf management degree program in North America

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Glove It adds Birdie Belt, Bling Visor Collection to 2010 accessory line

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Glove It brings fashion to greens with Metallic leather glove collection

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Glove It's new prints introduced for 2010

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Glove It, Nicole Miller to exhibit at PGA Merchandise Show

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Going pro

Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, ON and Sue Kim of Langley, BC announced today that they will both be making their professional debuts starting tomorrow in the Canadian PGA Women’s Championship

Goldberg touch

Aaron Goldberg captured his second consecutive Canadian Tour start Sunday, chipping in for eagle on the first extra hole to hold off a Trey Denton at the ClubLink Jane Rogers Championship.

Golf Town celebrates holiday season with "12 Tweets of Christmas"

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Golf Town debuts TaylorMade NHL golf bags

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Golf Town debuts the Aqua Caddy™

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Golf Town launches National Amateur Series

Golf Town, Canada’s largest golf retailer with unequalled selection and competitive prices at locations coast to coast, in collaboration with the Great Lakes Tour, is excited to announce the official launch of the newly created ‘Golf Town National Amateur Series’ presented by the WestJet RBC MasterCard in partnership with Callaway Golf (official golf supplier). The first of its kind, this coast-to-coast, 18 event series will be held at some of Canada’s finest public and private golf courses this summer. “In addition to providing superior service and selection, we pride ourselves on developing a deep and lasting connection with our customers,” says Stephen Bebis, Golf Town President and CEO. “The new National Amateur Series will help drive golfers to courses nationwide and allows us to offer our customers the opportunity to experience the excitement, camaraderie and friendly competition of tournament golf throughout Canada.”

Golf Town unveils Holiday Gift Guide

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Great Scott!

Adam Scott made the Texas Open his first PGA Tour victory in two years, shooting a combined 11-under 133 in a 36-hole finale Sunday to edge Fredrik Jacobson by a stroke.

Hamilton, DiamondBack claim division titles at Ontario PGA Fall Scramble

On arguably the best day of October, 192 golf professionals converged on Angus Glen Golf Club's North and South Courses to play in the second annual Fall Scramble. Scott Cowx, David Miller and Dan Poort representing Hamilton Golf & Country Club shot an impressive 17-under-par 55 to win the North Course division. Brad Dove, Steve Fox and Michael Jack representing Diamond Back won the South Course division after firing an amazing 19-under-par 53. "This was a true highlight of the year for me and my staff," said David Miller, the Head Professional at Hamilton. "We had a ton of fun today and the course was great especially the greens," echoed Brad Dove, Head Professional at Diamond Back.

Hammer time...again

Golf Canada and RBC announced today that the historic Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Ancaster, Ont. will host the 2012 RBC Canadian Open.

Happy Day

Jason Day knows all about being a young, up-and-coming golf star. So he didn't mind one bit sharing the spotlight of his first PGA Tour victory with 16-year-old Jordan Spieth.

Henry-Griffitts introduces Praxis fairway wood series

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High Definition Golf introduces revolutionary shaft flex measurement system

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Honma debuts fourth-generation Beres 7-Series wood

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Honma Golf introduces MG603 irons

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Honma Golf introduces MG700 irons

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Honma Golf releases Beres Ladies iron model

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Honma introduces fourth-generation Beres 9-Series iron, TW904

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Honma introduces the HT-01, the Revival of a Legend

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Honma releases Beres 5-Series women's woods

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Honma releases new ladies irons

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Honma releases third-generation Beres 6-series woods

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Infiniti Golf introduces TS-10 irons for mid to low handicap players

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Injured and Weir-y

Mike Weir won't have the chance to try and salvage one of the worst seasons of his PGA Tour career.

Jeremiah Wooding

Web.com rookie added to global Cobra Puma team.

Junior Girls' Spring Classic

Toronto’s Rebecca Lee-Bentham captured the 2010 Investors Group Girls’ Junior Spring Classic title by six strokes at Weston Golf and Country Club in Etobicoke.

Kate Lord by AHEAD adds four new collections for Spring 2010

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Kate Lord by Ahead unveils new headwear collection for 2010

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Ken Tarling wins Ontario PGA Seniors' Championship

MAPLE, ON (August 17, 2010) - Ken Tarling (Ken Tarling's Golf Academy) has won the Ontario PGA Seniors' Championship for the third year in a row after defeating Bill Wogden (Barrie Country Club) in a one hole playoff at Maple Downs Golf & Country Club. Tarling, who shot 3-under-par 69, joins Moe Norman and John Henrick as the only other three time champions of the Ontario PGA Seniors' Championship. "I used to come and watch Moe win this tournament and to be a three-time champ like John and Moe is a real treat and honour," said Tarling. Wogden, who led the tournament for most of the day, saw the momentum swing in Tarling's favour after an eagled the 13th hole. Tarling's eagle coupled with Wogden's bogey matched both players at 4-under-par for the tournament. "It was big for sure," said Tarling, who a day earlier landed his approach shot into the 13th hole on the today's hole location which was marked with a red dot. "I had the same yardage as yesterday so I was confident with the club selection and I hit a great shot into the green."

Kenesky wins Ontario PGA Championship by two shots

Ron Kenesky (Hidden Lake) shot 3-under-par 69 today at Barrie Country Club to win the 2010 Ontario PGA Championship. Kenesky's two-day total of 134 was enough to claim victory over Brian McCann (Academy at BraeBen) who shot up the leaderboard after matching the low round of the tournament at 7-under-par 65. Along with his first round 71, McCann's 65 put him at 8-under-par for the tournament. "I saw Brian's name on the leaderboard but it didn't really phase me. I was in control today and it felt good to come through with the win," said Kenesky, who counts the Ontario PGA Championship as the biggest of his career. "I wasn't really nervous today, I've been playing very well of late and I knew I had what it takes to get it done," added Kenesky, who takes home $10,000 for the win. First round co-leader Lynden D'Aloisio (Magna) finished behind McCann in third spot but wasn't disappointed with his play. "It's not too often that you get in the final group and I think I handled it well," said D'Aloisio, who shot even par today. "I didn't putt as well as I did yesterday and I think that was the difference, overall though, I am pleased with how I played and Ron's a very deserving champion."

keri Golf introduces Newport Accessories Collection for 2010

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keri golf premieres 'Newport' Collection of ladies' bags and accessories for 2010

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keri Golf's 2010 "Newport" Collection arrives

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Keri Murschell, Adams Golf introduce Marina Cart and Stand Bags

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KIA picks up Wie

Kia Motors America (KMA) today announces two major sports marketing partnerships in the U.S. with Michelle Wie and the LPGA.

Kirby's winning streak snapped as American wins Canadian Women's Amateur crown

Sydnee Michaels of Temecula, CA, was crowned champion after the fourth and final round at the Royale Cup Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship today at Kingsville Golf & Country Club. Michaels who maintained the lead for the first three rounds went head to head with Danielle Kang of Thousand Oaks, CA, (70-71-70-70-281), during the fourth and final round. The women remained T1 for most of the back nine until Kang hit a bogey on the 16th landing her back in second. Michaels carded four birdies on the day for a final round score of 70. Kang finished in second after shooting 2-under par 70. Rounding out the top three was Team Canada member Sara-Maude Juneau of Fossambault, Que., who played competitively to earn herself a place in the top three, shooting an equally impressive 2-under par 70. “I’m so excited,” said Michaels. “I feel great, and I’m proud and honoured to have won. I’ve wanted to play in Canada, I have, and I got it done.”

Knetgolf / GolfBallsOnly enjoy 400 percent increase in international business

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Knetgolf pre-owned golf ball test consistent with new balls

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Knetgolf reaches customer satisfaction milestone

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Knetgolf sets industry standard for processing premuim pre-owned balls

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Knetgolf's Shaun Shienfield named eBay Canada's 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year

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KZG introduces GF-H hybrid iron

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KZG releases the PTI driver

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LG Skins Game

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LIJA 'The Sun Also Rises' collection arrives

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LIJA debuts four new collections for Spring 2010

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LIJA unveils new collection for Spring 2010

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Local Qualifying for 2010 U.S. Open exempt from new groove rules condition

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LoudMouth Golf offers holiday specials online

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LoudMouth Golf partners with UPP Entertainment Marketing

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LT Golf introduces EazyBag in Orlando

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LT Golf to unveil EazyBag at PGA Merchandise Show

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MacGregor Golf making a comeback

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Major Tom

Tom Watson received a special exemption to play in the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where he won his only U.S. Open in 1982 with a memorable chip-in to beat Jack Nicklaus.

Marseilles wins Ontario PGA Senior Fall Championship

If you've been following the Simmlands Ontario PGA Senior Tour closely then you will notice that the winners photo from today's Senior Fall Championship was the same as the Senior Spring. Craig Marseilles (Heritage Hills), Bobby Breen (Brampton) and Ken Girard all won their respective divisions today which was the second time that trio has won each division this year. Marseilles, Breen and Girard all stood in the winners circle at the Ontario PGA Senior Spring Championship as well. "It was a great way to end the season," said Marseilles, who will head to Champions Tour Qualifying School next month in Orlando. "It was definitely a nice way to end the season and to be honest this will help my confidence heading into Q-School," added Marseilles, who birdied five of his last seven holes en route to victory.

Matt Palsenbarg captures Canadian PGA Assistants’ Championship

After torrential rain, wind and foggy conditions, the sun broke through on the 18th green to shine for just one moment on 28-year-old Matt Palsenbarg of Northview Golf and Country Club, BC as he made par on the final hole to win the 2009 Titleist & FootJoy Canadian PGA Assistants’ Championship presented by Simmlands Insurance. Palsenbarg carded rounds of 70-67-69 for a 10-under par 206 total to capture his first National title. He made two eagles, three birdies and two bogeys en route to his 69 today, finishing the last seven holes at even par. “The last seven holes were such a grind to just save par,” stated Palsenbarg who is currently coaching the BC provincial golf team. “I just took advantage of the weather today, I love playing in the rain, because everyone else hates it. Since I am a long hitter, the rain actually helps me hit the ball an accurate length, and makes the shorter hitters hit it short of where they need to be.”

Maue/Maue, Smith/Bianchi win Ontario PGA Pro Junior Championship

The Father and Son team of Danny Maue (Buncrana) and Ryan Maue claimed the net division while Keir Smith (The National) and The National Golf Club of Canada Men's Club Champion 16 year old Emerson Bianchi won the gross division at the Ontario PGA Pro Junior Championship. The Maue's combined for 12-under-par 60 while Smith and Emerson teamed up to shoot 10-under-par 62 at Wooden Sticks Golf Club. "It was an enjoyable day out there today," said the elder Maue following their round. "Ryan played extremely well today and hit the ball like a tour player, it was fun to watch," added Maue, who adds another Ontario PGA team title to his resume. Keir Smith adds another team win to his 2010 victory list having claimed the 2010 Assistants' Team Championship with Gordie Burns (Golden Ridge) earlier this season. "It was a real treat to watch Emerson today and it's been a great week for him to be honest," said Smith. "He won the club championship at the National and definitely carried some momentum into this event," added Smith, who heads to the Canada Cup later this week in Montreal.

McCann holds off Levesque in playoff to win Ontario PGA Fall Championship

John McCann (Fairtree Golf Centre) clinched the 2009 Ontario PGA Fall Championship in a playoff over Dave Levesque (Rattlesnake Point). Propelled by a hot putter and the confidence that goes with it, McCann birdied the first playoff hole at Black Diamond (Par 5 - 1st) to clinch his third Ontario PGA win. "It feels great to not only win but to win in a playoff adds some extra significance," said McCann who let a 2 shot lead at the Canadian PGA Assistants' Championship slip away and ended up tied for sixth place. "I'm putting really well and with perfect greens it seemed very easy out there today," added McCann who had 26 putts on his round. With this win McCann continues a three year winning streak in which he has won at least one Ontario PGA event in the last three seasons.

Men's Match Play

Seven years after Dave Bunker earned his first Ontario Men’s Match Play title, the 45 year-old veteran competitor outlasted a field packed with talented young golfers to capture the trophy for a second time.

Miura Golf unveils new K Grind wedges

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Mizuno 'takes distance to new heights' with MX-1000 irons

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Mizuno debuts performance fitting system

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Mizuno gets aggressive with introduction of MP T-10 Wedges

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Mizuno Golf introduces MX-300 irons

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Mizuno introduces MP-68 muscleback irons

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Mizuno launches MP-630 and MP-630 Fast Track drivers

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Mizuno launches MP-68 irons

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Mizuno launches new MP-58 irons

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Mizuno releases MP-630 Tour Drivers

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Mizuno unveils latest offering with MX-300 irons

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Mizuno unveils MP-58 irons with dual muscle titanium technology

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Mizuno unveils MP-68 irons

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Mizuno unveils MX-1000 irons

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Montreal-based Fila Golf unveils 2010 collection

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Montreal-based Sunice® names Caroline Gowan Strategic Accounts Manager

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Montreal-bound

CN and Golf Canada are pleased to announce that Hillsdale Golf and Country Club in Mirabel, Que. just outside of Montreal has been selected as host venue for the 2011 CN Canadian Women’s Open.

Mr. 59

After four months of pretty lousy play on the PGA Tour, Paul Goydos managed to turn things around just a bit — he shot a 59.

Never Compromise launches new website

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New Bag Specific to the Micro Cart™

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New Ci9 irons latest addition to Wilson Golf's award-winning Ci series

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New Nike SQ MACHSPEED Driver features Nike's Total Swing Aerodynamics

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New title sponsor unveiled for Canadian PGA Seniors' Championship

The Canadian PGA announced a new national partnership today with Mr. Lube Canada, Canada’s leading auto maintenance provider. As a result of this partnership, they have officially welcomed Mr. Lube Canada as the title sponsor of the prestigious Canadian PGA Seniors’ Championship. “The Canadian PGA Seniors’ Championship is a fantastic event and one of our most competitive fields every year,” stated Gary Bernard, Executive Director of the Canadian PGA. “We are confident that the clients and guests of Mr. Lube Canada are going to enjoy every minute of this tournament with our professionals.”

NIKE Golf Canada selects High Definition Golf simulator for Canadian headquarters

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Nike Golf introduces new adjustable fairway woods in the Victory Red line

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Nike Golf introduces Victory Red Premium Drivers

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Nike Golf launches MACHSPEED, its fastest longest irons ever

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Nike Golf unveils premium hybrids in the Victory Red line

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Nike Golf's Method putter available at Golf Town prior to official launch

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NIKE launches new outerwear collection to combat extreme weather conditions

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Ochoa goes back-to-back in 'Bama

Lorena Ochoa successfully defended her crown Sunday - while denying Michelle Wie her first LPGA Tour triumph - at the Navistar LPGA Classic in Alabama.

Odyssey introduces new Black Series Tour Designs line of putters

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Odyssey introduces new line of White Ice putters

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Ogio rolls out new line of golf bags for 2010

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OnPar expands into Canadian golf market

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Ont. Sr. Men's Champion of Champions

After a two-hole playoff, Brooklin’s Bob Turcotte topped the field at the Ontario Senior Men’s Champion of Champions event held Wednesday at Mad River Golf Club.

Ontario ends 15-year winless skid at Titleist Cup

Ken Tarling sunk a four foot putt on the 18th hole at Mississaugua Golf & Country to halve his match and clinch the 2009 Titleist Cup for team Ontario. This is the first time in 15 years that Ontario has managed to win the Titleist Cup and all of the players on the team are first time winners. “I’ve never won the cup before and it’s a pretty special feeling,” said Tarling after his match. “Gar did a great job for us, keeping the guys loose and upbeat, and I’m glad we were able to reward him.” The Ontario team gained the momentum early when Danny King beat former Canadian PGA Champion Jean Louis Lamarre 5 & 4. Billy Walsh won the second match of the day 3 & 2 over Ben Boudreau while Gary Jeffrey pulled out a halve in a up and down battle with one of Quebec’s finest in Serge Thivierge.

Ontario Men's Better Ball

The Golf Association of Ontario’s championship season got under way Thursday with Toronto residents Jay Goldenberg and Luke Leibel capturing the Ontario Men’s Better Ball championship on their home turf.

Ontario PGA, Ash City partner to launch branded clothing

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Ontario Senior Better Ball

The 2009 GAO championship season came to a close today with Dan Partland of Bolton and John Marlow of Kettleby capturing the Ontario Senior Better-Ball Championship.

Ontario Senior Women's

Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Mary Ann Hayward made her senior debut in style this week, capturing the Investors Group Ontario Senior Women’s Amateur Championship title.

Ontario Women's Champion of Champions

Lisa Maunu of St. Thomas, Ontario fought off the competition to victory at the 2010 Ontario Women’s Champion of Champion’s event hosted by the Oshawa Golf & Curling Club.

Osyssey introduces new line of White Ice putters

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Peter Beresford named RCGA Chief Operating Officer

The Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) is pleased to announce that Peter Beresford has been retained as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer. Reporting directly to RCGA Executive Director and CEO Scott Simmons, Beresford will be responsible for the development and implementation of all of the RCGA’s strategic Membership and Brand Development efforts. Beresford, a former senior global executive with McDonald’s Corporation, joins the RCGA after two years serving in an advisory role on a RCGA’s strategic planning and membership task forces. Beresford will work directly with the RCGA executive management team to redefine the RCGA's Membership Development and Brand Awareness strategies.

Powerbilt unveils Air Force One Air Foil clubs

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Pukka Headwear introduces latest collections at PGA Fall Show

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Pukka Headwear sets sights on 2010 PGA Merchandise Show

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Puma AG unveils Cobra-Puma Golf

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Quagmire celebrates five-year anniversary with record sales at Canadian shows

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Quagmire launches newly designed website, online store

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Quagmire partners with Premier Brand Management to expand U.S. distribution

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Quagmire premieres 2010 women's apparel collection

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Quagmire set to launch 2010 Campus/Corporate line

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Quagmire unveils fresh, edgy 2010 men's apparel collection

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R&A creates online club database in advance of groove rule changes

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RBC extends commitment to Canadian golf at grassroots, developmental levels

RBC today announced a significant extension of its golf sponsorship programs that will help fund and enhance grassroots and developmental programs across Canada. Building Canadian Competitive Golf Excellence Already the title sponsor for Canada’s national golf championship, the RBC Canadian Open, RBC will help fund Team Canada, the Royal Canadian Golf Association’s high performance national amateur golf team program. RBC will also contribute support to the resurgence of Canada’s national amateur golf championships, conducted by the RCGA. “We are proud to support the RCGA’s vision to drive excellence in competitive amateur golf, building on the recent accomplishments of national team players like Nick Taylor, Matt Hill and Jennifer Kirby at the collegiate, national and international level,” said Jim Little, RBC chief brand and communications officer.

RCGA names Taylor, Sherlock Canada's top amateurs for 2009

For the second year in a row, Nick Taylor of Abbotsford, B.C. (pictured) and Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, Ont. are recognized as Canada’s top male and female amateur golfers as the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) announced the final standings for the 2009 National Order of Merit presented by Under Armour. In the men’s national ranking, 21-year old Taylor tops the list after a stellar season that saw him capture the Low Amateur Medal at the U.S. Open held at Bethpage State Park - Black Course after finishing tied for 36th. He also won the Sahalee Players Championship; was a member of Canada’s champion Four Nations Cup team; was runner-up at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship; and managed a tie for third at the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship.

RCGA, ClubLink enter into 10-year partnership in support of Canadian golf

The Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a comprehensive 10-year partnership agreement with ClubLink Corporation that will see Canada’s largest owner and operator of golf courses support a number of the RCGA’s golf programs and services. ClubLink will invest close to $4 million including in-kind services into several of the RCGA’s initiatives over the course of the agreement including the National Golf in Schools Program, Team Canada, CN Future Links, the RCGA Foundation, the Canadian University Colleges Championship and the RBC Canadian Open. “We are thrilled to welcome ClubLink as a proud partner helping the RCGA support the growth of the game of golf in Canada,” said Scott Simmons, RCGA Executive Director and CEO.

Record purse for Canadian Tour

The $325,000 Canadian Tour Championship - the largest purse in tour history - highlights the 2010 schedule draft released by Commissioner Rick Janes on Monday.

Redesigned 9740, 9750 putters from STX set to hit shelves

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Rick Willan wins Ontario PGA Senior Spring Championship in playoff

Rick Willan (Markham Golf Dome) made a birdie on the second play off to claim the 2010 Ontario PGA Senior Spring Championship in playoff over John Rushnell (Oshawa G &CC). Willan and Rushnell had matching rounds 1-under-par 71 today to get into a playoff that commenced on the first hole at Oshawa. “It feels good to win especially under these conditions,” said Willan, following the playoff. “I’ve won a few PGA Events in the past but never a big one and I hope this triggers bigger and better things,” added Willan. For John Rushnell the let down was evident but for anyone who knows Rushnell you know he’ll bounce back. “Rickie and I are great friends and it’s good to see him win,” said a humble Rushnell following the playoff. “It’s disappointing obviously not to win at my new course but I’ve taken a lot of positives from the week and I’m looking forward to my next event already,” said Rushnell in his typical positive demeanor.

Rife debuts Deep Blue, Island Series putters for 2010

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Rife introduces 460 Mid Blade and 400 Mid Mallet putters

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Ron Janes headlines Ontario PGA award winners as Club Professional of Year

Ron Janes, the Head Professional at The Toronto Hunt was named the 2009 Ontario PGA Club Professional of the Year Thursday night. Janes, who began his career under the venerable Pat Fletcher at Royal Montreal, has been the Head Professional at The Toronto Hunt since 1996. "At my age to win this award means a lot, I mean there are so many qualified individuals for this award and to be chosen was a complete surprise but a welcome one," said an elated Janes after accepting the prestigious award. After becoming a Class 'A' member in 1974, Janes moved from Royal Montreal to work at Barrie Country Club and eventually on the St. Charles Golf & Country Club in Winnipeg. St. Charles would be where Ron met his most important mentor in Jim Collins, then the Head Professional at St. Charles. Collins', who was one of the country's top club professionals from a managerial, playing and teaching standpoint, took Janes under his wing and helped him become the Professional he is today.

S-Blade Putters announces holiday specials on 2009 line

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Scheyden Precision Eyewear introduces Revelry frame

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SeeMore launches DB4 CS Gunmetal putter

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SeeMore expands new 100% milled CS Gunmetal Series

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SeeMore introduces SiSeries Putters

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SeeMore launches mSeries DB4 putter

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SeeMore launches New mSeries putters

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Simply Great

Peter Tomasulo fired a 10-under-par 61 Sunday to come from eight shots behind and win the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic by one.

Sligo Wear hits shelves of Golf Galaxy stores in U.S.

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Sligo Wear presents 2010 Spring collection

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Slotline launches three new putter models

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Srixon Golf introduces new line for Fall 2009

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Srixon launches TRISPEED and TRISPEED Tour balls

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Srixon® introduces Z-Star™ and Z-Star™ X Tour Yellow golf balls

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Staying on the right track

The Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) is pleased to announce that CN will continue as title sponsor of the CN Canadian Women’s Open, as well as the CN Canadian Women’s Tour and CN Future Links.

STX Expands Profit Series With ProFit 6 mallet putter

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Sun Mountain debuts Monsoon jacket, pant

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Sunice introduces new men's, women's outerwear collections

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Sunice signs three-year licensing deal with PGA Tour

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Surprise, surprise

Tiger Woods took his second FedExCup title in three years, while Phil Mickelson capped off a tumultuous summer at home with a win at THE TOUR Championship.

TaylorMade introduces Burner® SuperFast driver and fairway woods

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TaylorMade introduces R9 irons

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TaylorMade introduces Rossa Corza Ghost putter

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TaylorMade launches R9 SuperTri And R9® SuperTri TP drivers

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TaylorMade unveils 2010 golf bag collection

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TaylorMade unveils TP xFT wedge

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Team Canada unveiled for international showdown

Nick Taylor (pictured), Matt Hill, Jennifer Kirby and Stephanie Sherlock have been selected to represent Canada at the 2010 Copa de las Americas being held January 6-9, 2010 in Argentina.

Team Ontario completes sweep at Canadian Junior Boys showcase

Team Ontario, comprised of Toronto’s Albin Choi, Sean Carlino of Hamilton, Jack Gibson of Fort Erie and Chris Hemmerich, successfully defended its Canadian Junior Boys provincial championship title, winning the provinces’ third junior boys team title in 10 years after combining for a two-round total 439 (+7). Leading the inter-provincial contest by 6-strokes after yesterday’s opening round, Ontario held onto their lead for a second-round team-total of 225 (+9) to beat team Alberta by 3-strokes. “The guys were well prepared and deserved to be playing in this championship,” said John Roy Head Provincial Coach. “This award shows that their training paid off and they should be proud of themselves.” Team Alberta, comprised of Carson Kallis of Red Deer, Sang Gyun Lee of Calgary, Scott Lowe of Calgary and Tyler Saunders of Sturgeon County, tallied a two-round total of 442 (+10) to finish second.

The late Ben Kern inducted into Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame welcomed its newest member Thursday as Ben Kern was officially inducted during a ceremony in Oakville, Ont. With his induction as a golf administrator, Kern posthumously becomes the 65th honoured member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Kern will long be remembered for his dedication to Canadian junior golf. He organized the first International Teaching and Coaching Symposium, bringing world-renowned instructors to Canada in 1990. He also served on the board of the Canadian PGA and coordinated completion of its teaching manual. A former touring professional, Kern played on the PGA Tour for six years and was one of Canada's leading golf instructors. He has mentored and taught some of Canada’s stars and teaching professionals, including Mike Weir and Lorie Kane. Kern gave his time and energy at every level of the game in Canada with a goal of helping to foster the development of Canada’s elite golfers, both amateurs and professionals. He also wanted to introduce more children to the sport of golf.

The Littlest Golfer to debut line of infant, children's golf clothing

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The Midas touch

No matter where he plays, Graham DeLaet continues to hold a smoking hot hand. The native of Weyburn, Sask., the 2009 Canadian Tour Order of Merit winner, is now a South African Sunshine Tour champion.

Three-peat for Rattlesnake Point at TaylorMade Tournament of Champions

Allan Huibers, the affable Head Professional from Rattlesnake Point led his team to victory again today for the third year in row. No other Tournament of Champions team has successfully won three in a row and Rattlesnake was a proud team after learning of their accomplishment. "Brent & Mary played extremely well today and we had a great time, this is a great event and we look forward to playing every year," said Huibers. "I think knowing the course as well as we do and playing in the windy conditions has really helped us over the years." In the playoff Rattlesnake Point clinched the victory in a shootout over Dalewood. Brent Rebus, Rattlesnake's male club champion stuck a nine iron to 10 feet which clinched the record breaking three-peat.

Tiger Shark Golf introduces major additions to 2010 lineup

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Tiger wins Down Under

Tiger Woods claimed his first ever win in Australia as the world's top-ranked player captured the 2009 JBWere Australian Masters title at Kingston Heath on Sunday.

Titleist introduces most advanced generation of NXT franchise with NXT Tour

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Titleist introduces new advanced performance irons

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Titleist takes it SoLo with new ball

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Titleist unvels new Vokey design spin milled C-C wedges

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Toronto-based Dunning Golf to unveil 2010 Fall collection

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Toronto-based Dunning partners with Trendygolf.com

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Toronto-based Knetgolf/GolfBallsOnly reports record green-grass sales growth

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Toronto-based Quagmire signs three staff players

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Tour Edge guarantees increased distance with new CB3 fairway wood

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Tour Edge introduces Bazooka HT Max driver

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True Temper introduces GS95 lightweight shafts

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UT-409 utility wood from Fourteen Golf hits market

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Vancouver-based Miura Golf introduces CB-501 forged cavity-back irons

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Victoria-bound

Camilo Villegas and Fred Couples, a three-time Champions Tour winner in 2010, have been added to the field for the upcoming TELUS World Skins Game in Victoria.

Whitevale successfully defends EZ GO Hulbert Memorial Championship

Whitevale Golf & Country Club successfully defended their Hulbert Memorial Championship today at The Country Club. The team led by Canadian PGA Head Professional Tony Wilkins and included amateurs Mark Brewer, Jim McGilton and Barry Catterall shot 15-under-par 56 to clinch the overall title. "It was a total team effort today," said Wilkins' "We made eight straight birdies out of the gate and that really got our wheels turning and we made some bombs on the greens, overall it was a great day," added Wilkins. Although the Whitevale team defended the title they did do it with a new member in Jim McGilton. McGilton and the Whitevale team become the seventh team in the 56 year history of the Hulbert Memorial Championship to win back to back titles.

Williams Sports names All Square Golf Canadian distributor

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Wilson Golf announces innovative D-FY iron and hybrid combo set

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Wilson Golf announces new lineup of balls: FG Tour, C:25 and D:25

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Wilson Golf launches 888 series of putters

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Wilson Golf launches D-FY iron and hybrid combo set

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Wilson releases Ci9 irons

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Wire-to-wire

Fresh from his victory at the Ontario Men’s Match Play, Woodbridge resident Dave Bunker is the wire-to-wire winner at the Investors Group Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship hosted by Donalda Club.

X95 wedge from KZG hits market

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Yes! Golf debuts Donna II, Mollie and Morgan putters

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