ORLANDO – The buzz at the PGA Merchandise Show is that there will be a significant announcement made at Thursday evening’s Canada Night, hosted by the PGA of Canada at the Orange County Convention Centre. The word is that it will have to do with Cabot Links/Cabot Cliffs, which will have representatives in for a panel discussion. Stay tuned … Adams Golf announced on Wednesday that it is differentiating between players who want to compete and players who just want to play the game and is leaning toward the latter with easy-to-understand language about equipment and some rather entertaining promotions that include,among others, golf funny guy Gary McCord … Elliot Kerr had made it official that the golf division of the Landmark Sport Group is back in operation after a time out. “We are proud to be back in a position to offer Landmark’s golf services and it’s always been our honour to be part of the growing success of Canadian golf” said Kerr. Over the years, Landmark handled players such as Graham DeLaet, Adam Hadwin, David Hearn and Dawn Coe-Jones. Champions Tour player Jim Rutledge and Vancouver’s Ryan Williams are currently in the Landmark stable … As of Wednesday evening, the majority of respondents, or 63 per cent, didn’t think the golf would receive designation as a legitimate business deduction for tax purposes from the federal government in the spring budget, which has already been moved back due to the falling price of oil. There’s still time to cast your vote in the GNN Poll on the home page … In last week’s poll, 66 per cent of respondents expected the size of the staff at the golf business where they work would decrease slightly in 2015 compared to last year at its peak. Another 28 per cent said it would increase slightly while six per cent said it would decrease significantly.
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