Cobra Golf Introduces Limited Edition White ZL Driver by Frank LaRosa

This could be the new high demand item this holiday season. It’s Cobra Golf’s new limited edition ZL driver, an all-white model with all the bells and whistles.

After Ian Poulter used the new Cobra ZL driver at the WGC-HSBC Champions, Cobra announced it was introducing the club in limited supply (500 units individually marked with a production serial number) at a cost of $625. The lmited edition ZL Driver utilizes a multi-material-construction and an adjustable hosel and comes with an all white Fujikura Motore Speeder shaft as well as an all-white Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G grip. This exclusive product is ideal for the accomplished plaer who wants a collectible driver with Tour-caliber performance.

“I like the visual of the new white ZL, it’s really very cool,” said Ian Poulter. “It’s unique and different than any driver I’ve seen.”

Available in lofts of 9.5 and 10.5 degrees, it will be available on December 15 but can be pre-ordered through participating retailers beginning November 15. For more information, visit

November 9, 2010 at 11:50 am | Golf To Go by Frank LaRosa | No comment

Half Moon Bay Golf Links Partners to Help Raise over $500,000 for Navy SEAL Families

Golfers always seem to find a way to rally in support of special charities. That was clearly evident at a recent special tournament at Half Moon Bay Golf Links where The Naval Special Warfare Foundation, Half Moon Bay Golf Links and The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay, partnered to raise over $500,000 for the families of U.S. Navy SEALs and their support personnel at the inaugural “SEAL Tribute Celebration and Golf Tournament.”

The event featured many patriots including Medal of Honor recipient Lieutenant (SEAL) Michael E. Thornton (ret.), Vice Admiral (SEAL) Albert M. Calland, III (ret.), and Rear Admiral (SEAL) Thomas R. Richards (ret.). The exclusive golf tournament took place on Half Moon Bay Golf Links’ Ocean and Old Courses, with sponsors playing and interacting with members of the SEAL community.

“We did not have the support of a foundation helping us back in my day,” says Lieutenant Thornton. “The Navy SEALs are making great sacrifices to protect our freedom and our country. As Americans, we need to provide the same for their families and the Naval Special Warfare Foundation offers this assistance.”

“It was invigorating and inspiring to watch Americans rally on behalf of the Naval Special Warfare Foundation, the SEALs and their loved ones,” says Mark Kendall, SEAL tribute event chairman and president of Kenmark Golf Management, who operates Half Moon Bay Golf Links. “Despite the economy and downturn in large events and outings, golf is still a unifying game that brings people together over a shared cause.”

Next year’s event will be held on September 30 and October 1. For more information or sponsorship information, visit, contact Kristi Cummings at the Naval Special Warfare Foundation at email or Mark Kendall at 650-726-5769, or email

November 6, 2010 at 8:22 pm | Golf To Go by Frank LaRosa | No comment

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