PGA Teaching Professional Lindy Miller from Shady Oaks Country Club near Fort Worth, Texas, tied for 29th place, the best result among the 42 Club Professionals who teed it up this week.
This Senior PGA Championship was Jim Remy's sixth as a PGA officer, and it'll go down in history as one of the best. That's due, he says, to everyone who made the week possible.
Mark O'Meara aided his quest for his first solo Champions Tour victory with nine one-putts on Saturday. If he can stay patient on Sunday, he says, he's got a great chance for a breakthrough.
Just as he did in the 2005 Open Championship, South Africa's David Frost followed a second-round 77 with a course-record 65 Saturday at the 71st Senior PGA Championship.
After carding a 69 and an 82, local favorite Bill Loeffler rebounded with another 69 Saturday. He, James Blair III and Lindy Miller are tied for Low PGA Professional honors heading to Sunday.
In recent years, PGA Professional Bob Boyd's career has been interrupted by two bouts of leukemia. He's feeling good these days, though, and is happy that he's got another chance to play.
Ben Crenshaw, who co-designed the Colorado Golf Club layout, is pleased that many of his fellow competitors found the course interesting on Thursday. But he has one hole he'd like to re-do.
Colorado Golf Club PGA Head Professional Graham Cliff couldn't be more thrilled about the Senior PGA Championship. T.J. Auclair caught up with him for the inside scoop on what we can expect.