Las Vegas, Nevada (April 29, 2011)–As we reported in an earlier story about Tiger Jam, Tiger Woods' benefit in Las Vegas for his foundation, Woods is injured but will still partake in the events. To help him out, one of the hottest players on the Champions Tour, John Cook,, has been added to the clinic on Friday April 29. Events of the Tiger Jam take place at Las Vegas golf courses Rio Secco Golf Club and Cascata, two courses where the maintenance is handled by Key Golf, a subsidiary of Pro-Turf International. —By Brian Hurlburt.
This story was recently re-posted due to a technical glitch. Key Golf has the courses in excellent condition says Eric Dutt, the VP of Operations for both golf courses. “The pressure is on to produce the epitome of golf course conditioning for the participants playing in the two-day charity event and the millions who will be watching the highlights on TV," Dutt said in a statement. “Key Golf has been up to the challenge in maintaining our courses at a premium level for our day to day players and is going the extra yards for events such as the Tiger Jam. I am pleased to report that the conditioning of both courses is at a level consistent with the importance of the Tiger Jam." The clinic with Cook and Woods will be at Cascata but is closed the public.
Key Golf Management is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pro-Turf International, Inc., a Nevada corporation specializing in the golf industry for over 20 years. The company offers construction, renovation and maintenance programs. Key Golf’s client list includes high-profile courses like Cascata and Rio Secco in Las Vegas. Key Golf also provides course owners with other services, such as national buying power with leading vendors; policy and procedure manuals; training and educational seminars for staff; and the ability for owners to know their fixed costs when it comes to course maintenance. Key Golf represents such reputable products as Tacit Products, Linebacker Bunker Liner, and BTN fertilizer. Parts of this report from a Key Golf press release.