News Archive

  • Monday, June 25, 2012
  • Marty Jertson engineers 10-shot turnaround

    By T.J. Auclair, PGA.com Interactive Producer SEASIDE, Calif. – After a tie for fifth in his PGA Professional National Championship debut at Hershey Country Club in 2011, Marty Jertson had high hopes as he made the trek to Northern California for this year’s edition. However, it got...

  • Doug Wade finally finds himself in spotlight

    Doug Wade has spent much of his career around some of the biggest names in sports. This week, he’s making a name for himself.

  • Matt Dobyns does what works for him

    Matt Dobyns swings right-handed but putts left-handed. He also scores very well – so well, in fact, that he's the 36-hole leader.

  • Monday notebook

    Matt Slowinski achieved a career highlight with a rare double eagle on the Bayonet Course. Eagles, on the other hand, are proving not rare at all so far.

  • Sunday, June 24, 2012
  • Sunday notes and quotes

    By The PGA of America SEASIDE, Calif. -- Mike Small – his opening-round 66 tied his best first-round score in the Championship (2004) What worked for you today? I took advantage of the short holes today, which was huge. I birdied four of the short par 4s. That was the key for me. When the...

  • Mike Small sets sizzling pace

    Three-time Champion Mike Small of Illinois one-putted 10 greens in a near-flawless 66 on Sunday to grab the opening-round lead.

  • 'Golf Fix' features National Championship players

    For Monday's edition of 'The Golf Fix,' host Michael Breed has enlisted the help of several National Championship competitors.

  • Jason Witczak getting his kicks from golf

    Longtime placekicker Jason Witczak hopes to apply the lessons he learned in football to his play in the PGA Professional National Championship.

  • Brian Gaffney’s summer still spectacular

    A week after playing in the U.S. Open in nearby San Francisco, Brian Gaffney is off to a hot start in his quest to make the PGA Championship.

  • Saturday, June 23, 2012
  • Saturday Notebook

    Jason Witczak establishes a new dual-sport distinction this week. Plus, defending champ David Hutsell has been around, and we take a quick look in the record book.