PGA News Archive

Saturday, August 01, 2015
Ko, Lu share lead after 3rd round of Women's British Open
TURNBERRY, Scotland — There's a Ko atop the leaderboard after three rounds of the Women's British Open. Just not the one many were expecting.
Watch: Rickie Fowler sinks 70-foot birdie putt
From 70 feet away on a monster green, most of us are thinking, "Just get the ball close enough to the hole to avoid a three-putt."
Friday, July 31, 2015
Local favorite Tom Lehman leads 3M Championship by three shots
  BLAINE, Minn.
Chauncey Billups loves golf for its camaraderie
  As part of his transition out of professional basketball, Chauncey Billups began playing golf about five years ago.
PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III's missing father found 'safe and sound'
Willard Hurley Jr., father of PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III, has been located and is safe.
Suzann Pettersen leads Women's British Open by two over Lydia Ko
  TURNBERRY, Scotland (AP) – If the first day of the Ricoh Women's British Open was all about Donald Trump, the second day belonged to Suzann Pettersen.   The Norwegian took a two-stroke lead into the weekend a
Tiger Woods contending at Quicken Loans after second-round 66
  GAINESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Tiger Woods showed a rare flash of anger on a mostly stress-free day when his second shot on the eighth hole failed to clear a massive fairway bunker.
Michelle Wie drops out of Women's British Open, return uncertain
  TURNBERRY, Scotland (AP) – Michelle Wie withdrew from the Ricoh Women's British Open after 13 holes of her second round on Friday, soon after aggravating her left ankle injury by slipping as she walked off a tee box.  
Nick Watney saves par from behind port-o-potties
On the third hole at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club on Friday in the second round of the Quicken Loans National, Nick Watney found himself in an undesirable position -- directly behind a cluster of port-o-potties.
Great new golf items this summer
There is nothing about golf that I don't love. One of my absolute favorite parts about it is testing out new goodies.
First class of military veterans graduates from PGA HOPE program
  Two months ago, Stanley Martin had barely ever held a golf club before, let alone played 18 holes.   Vertigo from a fall on a concrete floor while serving in Iraq kept the Army veteran from most physical activity, and depression kept h
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Rickie Fowler buys a lot of beer after making hole-in-one
  Every golfer knows that a player who makes a hole-in-one is supposed to buy drinks for the house.
Tiger Woods gets hot after bad start, shoots 68 at Quicken Loans National
 
Rickie Fowler aces his final hole in first round of Quicken Loans National
What's the best way to finish off a round of golf? A birdie, you say?
Hyo-Joo Kim leads Ko and Kerr by one at Women's British Open
  TURNBERRY, Scotland (AP) – Donald Trump's show-stealing arrival at the Ricoh Women's British Open on Thursday upstaged another strong start to a major by South Korea's Hyo-Joo Kim.
PGA Tour's 2015-16 schedule is shuffled by return of Olympic golf
  Jordan Spieth might have no choice but to miss the John Deere Classic next year.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Past success lures Justin Rose to Quicken Loans National's new venue
  GAINESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Most of the world's top players are skipping the Quicken Loans National.
McIlroy to miss another title defense at Firestone
AKRON, Ohio -- Rory McIlroy has told the PGA Tour he will not play the Bridgestone Invitational next week as he recovers from his ankle injury.
2015 Quicken Loans National: Five players to watch
The PGA Tour is at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Va. this week for the Quicken Loans National, hosted by Tiger Woods. Justin Rose returns as the defending champ having won at Congressional one year ago.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Amazing success of golf's youth means increased expectations
  The criteria fits for the label as the best player to have never won a major.   Seven career victories. Finishing no worse than third in just over 30 percent of the tournaments. The No.