PGA News Archive
Thursday, April 28, 2016
By Jimmy Burch FORT WORTH, Texas – The Olympic Games golf trophy is headed to Fort Worth as part of tournament week festivities at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational. The trophy, last presented in 1904 to gold medalist George
By Pete DiPrimio FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Alan Moyer is no Captain Kirk boldly going where no one has gone before. For one thing, Moyer is the PGA Professional at Cobblestone Golf Course in Kendallville, Ind., rather than a Star Flee
By John Holmes It doesn't more than a few minutes of browsing on Kickstarter to find all sorts of wild and crazy ideas.
By T.J. Auclair It's no secret that if you're going to shoot lower scores on the golf course, it's going to take a commitment to improving your short game.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
By John Holmes At the Open Championship last summer, acclaimed artist Lawrence Holofcener unveiled a pretty impressive piece of golf art.
By Mark Aumann When Jordan Spieth wanted to add more distance to his drives this season, he didn't make any modifications to his swing. Instead, he practiced swinging the club faster, trying to train his muscles to improve his clubhead speed.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
By Mark Wogenrich KUTZTOWN, Pa. – These two contraptions, which resemble a luge sitting side-by-side with a platformed skateboard, will revolutionize golf practice, Mark Csencsits told the curious at Sittler Golf Center. Golfers
By John Holmes Remember the other day when we showed you a group of European Tour players who set a new Guinness World Record for playing the fastest par-5 hole ever?
By Damon Arthur REDDING, Calif. – The two newest eaglets from Redding's famous bald eagle pair have been named. Going with a theme consistent with where the two eagles were born, online voters overwhelmingly chose to name
By Tod Leonard ESCONDIDO, Calif. – Having just finished his round, the golfer was loading up his clubs into his car in the parking lot last week at the Boulder Oaks Golf Club. "Let's keep this a secret," he said
By Tod Leonard POWAY, Calif. – A beginning surfer is humiliated often. A novice skateboarder is bruised often. A rookie snowboarder finds himself on his backside often. &nbs
By Greg Hardwig NAPLES, Fla. – Impact Zone Golf's first free junior golf expo was a hit last Saturday at Tiburon Golf Club. More than 200 came to the expo to participate in clinics, hear from Impact Zone founder Bobby Clam
By Mark Aumann How did Charley Hoffman finally shake off his Sunday demons and win at TPC San Antonio?
By Mark Aumann The future is now, at least when it comes to delivering snacks to hungry golfers in Japan.
Monday, April 25, 2016
By Scott Hanson DALY CITY, Calif. – Before most players on the LPGA Tour were born, Juli Inkster was laying the foundation for her legendary professional career, with the Seattle area front and center. In 1982, as a senior at
By Gary D'Amato MILWAUKEE – One of the first things I did when I became the golf writer for The Milwaukee Journal in 1992 was to set up a meeting with legendary PGA Professional Manuel de la Torre, a man about whom I had heard so much.
Charley Hoffman's victory at the Valero Texas Open didn't come out of nowhere.
By Bob Denney Manuel de la Torre, the first recipient of the PGA of America Teacher of the Year Award in 1986, passed away late Sunday evening in Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, Lawliss Hospice Center in Mequon, Wisconsin, his family confirmed. He was 94.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
By PGA.com What equipment did Charley Hoffman and the week's other winners use to achieve victory?
By John Holmes Each week of the 2015-16 PGA Tour season, we're tracking the drivers and putters that triumph on the PGA Tour and will see who chalks up the most victories over the course of the campaign.
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