- Wednesday, June 27, 2012
- PGA Championship berths are much-desired reward for top 20
Only one player could win. For those who finished in the top 20, a spot in the season's final major is a fine consolation prize.
- Family members endure highs and lows along with their players
By John Kim, PGA.com Coordinating Producer SEASIDE, Calif. -- Blood is certainly thicker than water -- or the rough here at the PGA Professional National Championship. For the 312 PGA Professionals chasing the top 20 spots and a berth in the PGA Championship, the week is full of highs and...
- Allen Wronowski looks back on a week well done
PGA of America President Allen Wronowski anticipated a spectacular tournament this week. And yet, he says, it exceeded all expectations.
- Tuesday, June 26, 2012
- Kelly Mitchum flying the flag for Pinehurst
Kelly Mitchum is proud to represent the iconic Pinehurst Resort. Now he’s one round away from doing so at the PGA Championship.
- Chad Proehl’s wallet gone, but goal’s in sight
Chad Proehl began his week by losing his wallet. After three rounds, though, he’s close to ending it by fulfilling his dream.
- For past champs, an elusive but worthy goal
Winning the National Championship is incredible. And for seven past champions, that makes chasing another even more fun.
- Rick Woodson's debut is especially meaningful
Rick Woodson missed the cut this week, but that's okay. His biggest feat was overcoming some serious medical adversity.
- Tuesday notebook
The leaderboard is peppered with players representing many different PGA Sections nationwide. Plus, Gene Bates, who redesigned both the Bayonet and Black Horse courses, checks out how his course changes are holding up.
- Monday, June 25, 2012
- Matt Dobyns leads by three after 36 holes
Looking like anything but a National Championship rookie, Matt Dobyns posted his second straight 68 to take command.
- Jim Estes deserves salute for his game as well as his good deeds
Jim Estes is famous for founding the Salute Military Golf Association. Less well known is how special of a player he is, too.