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Golf - 31 Aug 2006
HSBC has announced a new partnership with the China Golf Association (CGA) creating a significant grassroots initiative to develop the game in China.
Golf - 14 Jan 2005
The AIB Irish Seniors Open, one of the most eagerly anticipated tournaments of the European Seniors Tour season, will be further enhanced in 2005 with the involvement of Greenstar as a new associate sponsor.
Golf - 05 Nov 2004
Trump Open 2004 will join professionals, amateurs and celebrities in Costa do Sauípe, in a time that Golf playing grows in Brazil.
Golf - 24 May 2004
The European Ryder Cup Board announces today that the proposed reorganisation of The Ryder Cup to include the introduction of The PGA’s of Europe has been finalized, with The European Tour have becoming the Managing Partner and The Professional Golfers’ Association the Founding Partner.
Golf - 18 Sep 2003
(Tytherington, England, 17 September 2003) The Evian Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) have jointly announced the Acer Women's World Cup of Golf at Pezula, the first-ever truly worldwide competition co-sanctioned by both tours. The $1 million Acer Women's World Cup of Golf at Pezula, set to take place February 2005, will be held at Pezula Championship Golf Course in Knysna, South Africa.
Golf - 22 Aug 2003
A successful businessman and former international golfer is to head the company responsible for delivering Wales’ 2010 Ryder Cup programme, it was announced today (August 21) at the WPGA Championship of Europe at Royal Porthcawl.
Golf - 15 Nov 2001
Chris Higgs, president of Executive Sports International (ESI), is joining the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) as its senior vice president and chief operations officer, effective January 1, 2002.
Golf - 19 Jun 2001
Cuba is destined to become the world’s new golf hotspot following a series of initiatives inspired by The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA).
Golf - 11 Jun 2001
There are just four 18 hole golf courses in Greece, the last one having been built in 1979. With initiative from the Government and Tourist Industry of Greece, the first of several new courses planned for the future is being constructed at The Crete Golf Club.
Golf - 03 May 2001
General Mills and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) announced today that General Mills has transferred its official cereal designation to its leading cereal brand, Cheerios, and will continue to sponsor three of the LPGA’s top players¾ Lorie Kane, Cristie Kerr and Janice Moodie¾ throughout the 2001 season.
Golf - 02 Apr 2001
The Evian Ladies European Tour (LET) confirmed today that the 2001 Ladies German Open will be hosted by the Palmerston Golf Resort at the prestigious Sporting Club Berlin.
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