PGA News Archive
Friday, September 04, 2015
By Doug Ferguson NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Brendon de Jonge opened with a 6-under 65 in the Deutsche Bank Championship on Friday that allowed the Zimbabwean to wonder if this might be the week he breaks through with his first win.
By John Holmes From the sounds of things, companies like Google are making steady progress in developing cars that can get around just fine without drivers.
Watch a great and fun lag putting improvement instruction drill from PGA Professional Don Law.
MOSCOW (AP) -- Bradley Dredge shot 5-under 66 Friday to lead the Russian Open by one stroke at the halfway stage.
Scared of the dreaded buried 'fried egg' bunker shot? Fear no more, as PGA Professional Kellie Stenzel how to escape in four easy steps.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
By Doug Ferguson NORTON, Mass. -- The European Tour went to great lengths to explain why Rory McIlroy is being allowed to compete in the season-ending Race to Dubai even though he won't reach the minimum 13 events when it ends with the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
By Doug Ferguson NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Based more on current form than a mathematical formula, Jordan Spieth believes Jason Day is the No. 1 player in golf.
MOSCOW, Russia -- Scott Jamieson and Daniel Gaunt took a share of the lead at the M2M Russian Open with 6-under 65s in Thursday's first round. Jamieson started his day at Skolkovo Golf Club with four straight birdies. Gaunt had an eagle on No. 12.
NORTON, Mass. -- Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson skipped the Deutsche Bank Championship pro-am Thursday because of a mild back injury.
By T.J. Auclair The PGA Tour travels to Norton, Mass., this week for the Deutsche Bank Championship -- the second leg of the FedExCup Playoffs at TPC Boston.
By John Holmes I know we're all happy to see that John Daly appears to be okay after he collapsed on the course during a tournament last weekend.
By Tom Layman Summer, in an ideal world, is all about hanging at home with the family, kicking back and relaxing until "real life" begins in the fall.
By T.J. Auclair Bizarre injuries happen -- Jesper Parnevik breaking a rib on a Segway; any number of professional athletes breaking ribs from sneezing; a severely sliced finger from cutting open
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
By Alan Blondin MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Matt Kuchar has been a sought-after commodity on practice putting greens at PGA Tour venues over the past couple years, in increasing regularity in recent months. With the PGA Tour ban on a
By Doug Ferguson NORTON, Mass. -- Bill Haas is grinding harder than ever in the FedEx Cup playoffs, only the immediate goal has nothing to do with a $10 million bonus. He wants a chance to play for no money at all.
By Premier Golf The Ryder Cup only comes around every two years. It's difficult to wait for all of the drama, patriotic fervor, tension and excitement that engulfs this phenomenal event.
By Premier Golf While it often plays little brother to big brother golf vacation haven Scotland, Ireland (including Northern Ireland) has some amazing golf courses and a thoroughly enjoyable lifestyle.
By Premier Golf If you travel to play golf, you'll often tee up at courses you've never played before.
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