BRG Group chairwoman Madame Nguyen Thi Nga, known as a savvy and sharp-witted female investor and owner of numerous well-known golf courses across the country, talks about her insights and expectations for the development of the king sport in Vietnam over the coming years.
The game is big business, directly driving $84.1 billion in economic activity across the U.S. in 2016, according to a study commissioned by the World Golf Foundation. The findings reflect a 22% increase from $68.8 billion in 2011, the last time the U.S. Golf Economy Report was released.
Lilia Vu owes her place on the U.S. Curtis Cup team, in part, to a Brit. It was England’s Bronte Law who took Vu under her wing freshman year at UCLA and taught her that “every little thing matters.” She blossomed under Law’s tutelage, becoming the winningest Bruin in school history.
Children who had never seen Tiger Woods win a golf tournament, much less a major, chanted his name as they waited impatiently for him to arrive for a free kids clinic at Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course, part of Big Cedar Lodge.
The final touches are being added to the new KN Golf Links Cam Ranh course ahead of a planned opening later this year.
BRG Da Nang Golf Resort, a member of BRG Group, today has officially opened a new stunning course designed by the world's leading golf course Architects Nicklaus Design . Harmonized with the existing 18-hole Greg Norman course, a classic sand dune style, this new Nicklaus course promises to bring a completely different golf experience for golfers due to the wooden bulkheads that line many of the Tees, Fairways and Greens.
Doug Ghim shot a third-round 74 at The Masters on Saturday, highlighted by an eagle 3 at the par-5 13th hole at Augusta National Golf Club.
Staring his opponent face-to-face, especially in front of a hostile crowd, brings out Patrick Reed’s best. He’ll meet a foe from one of his most memorable performances on Masters Sunday.
In a groundbreaking moment in golf, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley has announced the new Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship, which will take place on Saturday before the Masters. The new event will bring together 72 amateurs from around the world, with the final round being played at Augusta National.