PGA News Archive

Thursday, October 08, 2015
Fitzpatrick leads by 1 shot at the British Masters
WOBURN, England (AP) — England's Matthew Fitzpatrick birdied his final two holes to card a seven-under par round of 64 and lead by one stroke on the first day of the British Masters at Woburn on Thursday.
Oppenheim: 'The golf gods owed me'
Rob Oppenheim was already in his car heading home to Orlando, checking for updates and the inevitable bad news after playing in the Tour playoffs.
Woody Austin goes swimming at Presidents Cup
In the spirit of this week's Presidents Cup, it seemed appropriate to go back into the archives for a classic moment in the event for Throwback Thursday.
Pairings unveiled for Friday fourball matches at 2015 Presidents Cup
  INCHEON, South Korea – The pairings for the five fourball matches scheduled for Friday at the 2015 Presidents Cup (times listed are Korea time, 13 hours ahead of Eastern time):   Match 6, 9:35 AM:
Jason Day drains big birdie putt on first day of Presidents Cup
  Over the last couple months, nobody on the planet has putted consistently better than Jason Day. The world No.
United States jumps out to 4-1 lead after first day of Presidents Cup
  INCHEON, South Korea (AP) – Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson won the only match that reached the 18th hole Thursday, the final touch on another dominant day for the Americans in the Presidents Cup.   The rest
Phil Mickelson chips in from bunker at Presidents Cup
  The 2015 Presidents Cup got off to a rollicking start for the Americans on Thursday in South Korea, as the United States jumped out to a quick lead in foursomes.
Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Graeme McDowell gets a big help from his little friend
  The British Masters gets underway Thursday morning at Woburn Golf Club in England, but the shot of the tournament might already have been struck.   During his practice round earlier today, Graeme McDowell found himself in a little tree
10 best moments in Presidents Cup history
  INCHEON, South Korea – The 10 best moments from the Presidents Cup, which will be played Oct. 8-11 at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea:   10. OH, CANADA: Mike Weir, at No.
Edinburgh, Scotland: 10 golf travel tips
If you play golf in Scotland, chances are, you'll end up in Edinburgh, either before or after your trip. It's a fascinating, friendly and walkable city that enhances any visit to the British Isles. Here are 10 ways to elevate your enjoyment of Edinburgh:
Golf Instruction: How to elevate ball quickly over a tree
Watch easy golf instruction on how to elevate your golf ball quickly. PGA Professional Billy Ore offers a 3-step process for how to get your ball over that tree or other obstacle in front of you.
Notebook: Injured Jim Furyk now an assistant at Presidents Cup
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Jim Furyk showed how much the Presidents Cup meant to him. He came to South Korea without his golf clubs.
Scott yearns to win Presidents Cup
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Adam Scott has seven Presidents Cup logos on his bag to show how many teams he has made. Except for one tie, those cups are empty.
Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson paired on Day 1 of Presidents Cup
  INCHEON, South Korea (AP) – Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson battled at Chambers Bay in the U.S. Open. They will be partners in South Korea at the Presidents Cup.   U.S.
Pro golf events this week | October 5-11, 2015
  PGA TOUR PRESIDENTS CUP Site: Incheon, South Korea. Schedule: ThursdaySunday.  Course: Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (7,380 yards, par 72).  
PGA Pro's daughter makes her mark
FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- "The only time I will be disappointed is if you quit. If you give it your best, that's all I can ask for."
Mickelson relishes leadership role
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Phil Mickelson studied the line of the putt from both sides, and then he stood over an imaginary golf ball about halfway to the hole and gently swung his putter to make sure he had the right read.
D. Johnson returns to Presidents Cup
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Dustin Johnson hasn't lost a match while playing for the United States in nearly four years. Part of that is because he's very good.
Adam Scott has busy finish to year, maybe an early start to next one
  INCHEON, South Korea (AP) – With three months left in the year, Adam Scott is just getting warmed up.   The Presidents Cup is the start of a busy stretch for the 35-year-old Australian, who will be playing seven
PGA Professional plays 126 holes in a day
Imagine playing 126 holes of golf in one day -- that's seven complete rounds -- and doing it on a sultry September day in Port St. Lucie, Fla., when the heat index is well over 100 degrees.