December 02, 2006

Good year for Indian golf

India's Jeev Milkha Singh has been picked up in the Asian team for the Royal Trophy golf championship. Jeev Milkha Singh claimed his third title of the season when he won the Casio World Open by two strokes on 26th November. Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh’s triumph in the Casio World Open in Japan has brought him to the threshold of breaking into the top 50 of world rankings with the golfer jumping eight places to be at 55th spot.

Jeev can now break into the world's top 50, which would get him an automatic entry into the US Masters next April.

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October 30, 2006

Indian Golfer among top 100 world golfers

India's Jeev Milkha has won the Volvo Masters in Spain. This was his second ever European Tour title and second title this season. Singh, picked up a cheque of $840,855 - the biggest by an Indian in an individual sport.

The win also meant that Indians hold both the Volvo Masters titles - Shiv Kapur won the Volvo Masters of Asia in December and Jeev has added the European chapter.

The 34-year golfer, who became the first Asian to win in Europe, also made a huge leap of 28 spots in the Eurpoean order of merit list and sits pretty at 16th.

Jeev Milkha has jumped 70 places to occupy 77th spot in the world rankings. Among other Indians, Indian Open winner Jyoti Randhawa is on the 105 spot while Shiv Kapur is on 203. Gaurav Ghei occupies 229 position and Arjun Atwal is on 245 spot.

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October 08, 2006

Differences in Men's and Women's Golf Clubs?

Generally, most women's clubs are made one inch shorter in length for each club, and are designed with more loft on the face than men's clubs.

In addition, the shafts installed in women's clubs are more flexible than the shafts in men's clubs.

June 11, 2006

Tiger Woods voted America's favorite sports star

In an online poll conducted by Harris Interactive, Tiger Woods is voted favorite male athlete in USA, knocking Michael Jordan out of the top spot for the first time since the survey was introduced in 1993.

Venus Williams reclaimed the top female honor after a one-year absence, with sister Serena Williams right behind her at No. 2. Last year's favorite, Mia Hamm, was third.

June 03, 2006

Golf and CEO’s

Link between Golf and CEO’s have been perpetuated by the likes of John D. Rockefeller who had two religions-God and Golf. The obsession with golf extends to the likes of Jack Welch, Scott McNealy and Bill Gates as well.

Large number of CEOs in Fortune 500 or the Standard & Poor's 500 keep up with the golf. Some publications regularly annouce rankings of golfing CEOs.

For Corporate Golfer- Golf is about spending quality time with business colleagues and developing great interpersonal relationships and contacts which can also pave the way for business deals & career enhancement.

May 28, 2006

Inviting Golfers Worldwide

Golf is an up-market, upbeat game reserved for the movers and shakers of the corporate world. Major deals , career moves are decided on the course. Golf is the most coveted of games in the business circles. Top professionals line up to join the golf clubs, while some fly to other countries to play a game of golf. Due to cororate support, Golf has become the Top money spinner.

The average age of golfers was above 50. But things are changing. The last few years have seen young corporate executives taking to the game in a big way. Corporate executives have realized that no other sport helps in developing lasting professional relationships like golf does.

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