|Thursday Sep 09, 2021|
Pick up a penny here and a penny there and eventually they all begin to add up. In Golf Business’ September issue, Lauren Gstalder, managing director of distinguished partners events for the American Cancer Society, says the organization’s golf portfolio is expected to raise more than $10.5 million from over 40 charity tournaments this year.
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Introduced: By Cleveland Golf, its Launcher XL game-improvement irons, which will launch in North America on Sept. 17. The line features Action Mass CB, an 8-gram weight placed inside the end of the grip, to help square up the club face at impact; a v-shaped sole for less drag; and loft-specific grooves. The 7-piece steel set will retail for $799.99; the 7-piece graphite set for $899.99.
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European Tour: BMW PGA Championship
Site: Wentworth Golf Club (West), Virginia Water, England.
Television: Today-Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday-Sunday, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Golf Channel).
PGA Tour Champions: Ascension Charity Classic
Site: Norwood Hills Country Club, St. Louis.
Television: Friday-Sunday, 3:30-6 p.m. (Golf Channel).
6-9: Ohio Turfgrass Foundation Conference and Show, Columbus, Ohio | Info
25-28: PGA Merchandise Show, Orlando, Fla. | Info
5-10: GCSAA Conference and Trade Show, San Diego, Calif. | Info
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