Mike Davis (politician)
They don't pay attention where they are going ... I think they guess boats have brakes and they don't, look way ahead.
You got to watch where you are going, first thing ... I got a six by six log laying right there. You'll hit it.
I think it's really important that the PGA Tour - and all the professional tours - continue to follow one set of rules ... We have gotten very positive feedback from the tours around the world saying that they like one set of rules, they like the R&A and USGA governing those. So if there was some type of schism, we don't think that would be good for golf.More quotes »
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Boaters reminded to stay safe on the lake ahead of Memorial Day weekend
Keep an eye out for other boaters while out on the water. "You got to watch where you are going, first thing," said boater Mike Davis. "I got a six by six log laying right there. You'll hit it." Memorial Day weekends kicks off boating season here in East 5/23/13 from WATE 6 News Read more »
Disagree with anchor ban, but intentions pure
FAR HILLS, N.J. – His chin is out there like the prow of a ship carving through rough seas. USGA executive director Mike Davis is undaunted in his determination to navigate through the storm his organization faces in trying to get the game to a better pl from Golf Channel Read more »
Quotes on the anchored stroke ruling
"We are doing what we think is right for the long-term benefit of the game for all golfers, and we just can't write them for one group of elite players." — USGA executive director Mike Davis. "I think it's best for the game now that we put this behind us from Beaumont Enterprise Read more »
PGA of America's Ted Bishop weighs in on ban
To ban or not to ban? The USGA and R&A finally answered that question Tuesday regarding use of an anchored putter, as USGA President Mike Davis announced that anchoring in putting will no longer be allowed. The ban will take effect in 2016. Ted Bishop, p from USA Today Read more »
Cut Line: USGA's Davis acts as peacemaker
The USGA’s Mike Davis takes top honors in this week’s edition as he tries to head off a Texas-sized showdown next week, while the Byron Nelson Championship scores a much needed upgraded, but we can’t be sure the world’s best noticed. Pragmatism. As expec from Golf Channel Read more »