ROSEVILLE, Minn. -- When Bill Doi started golfing at age 74, he didn't expect to enjoy it. "I always thought it was kind of a silly game: hit the ball, then look for it, hit it again and look for it," Doi said.
The title, "How I Cut 50 Strokes Off My Golf Scores," gets any golfer's attention, and, of course, that's the idea, author Fred Fields says. But, Fields quickly adds, "It's true."
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Bright orange tennis balls began flying over the snow on frozen Presque Isle Bay Sunday morning.
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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Landscape architects must come upon the Shore Course with the same timidity that befalls a caricaturist confronted with the Mona Lisa.
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Golf's Bryan brothers have not only turned making a name for themselves into an art form, they've turned it into an industry. The former South Carolina Gamecocks golfers from Chapin, S.C., have become viral sensations in the
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AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Golf's Bryan brothers have not only turned making a name for themselves into an art form, they've turned it into an industry.
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PINEHURST -- About the only time that 2015 intrudes on Jim Rohr's round of golf is when his phone rings.
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NORTH NAPLES, Fla. -- Senior golfers, who already recognize the physical and mental benefits of regular play, may not relish the changes in their body they encounter as they age.
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Bubba Watson talks to PGA.com about how he came to own part of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, a minor league baseball team based in his hometown.
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Bubba Watson spoke to PGA.com about his ideas for growing the game of golf and getting younger generations involved and excited about playing.
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Check out what's in store at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show, where PGA.com will have extensive coverage all week long of the latest and greatest new golf equipment, apparel, swing aids, wacky gadgets, and much more from Orlando, Florida.
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The newly elected 39th President of the PGA of America, Derek Sprague, stopped by "Morning Drive" to discuss his new role as well as the many plans and initiatives, including the Ryder Cup task force, that he will oversee to help drive golf's success in the future.
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The White House honors Charlie Sifford with Medal of Freedom for his courageous and successful career in the game of golf and paving the way for future generations.
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Charlie Sifford, 92, for his lifelong dedication to growing the game of golf, will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Nov. 24 at the White House, the nation's highest civilian honor.
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The PGA of America awarded its highest honors this past week, including naming Ray Cutright the 2014 PGA Professional of the Year. Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen was also named the PGA Teacher of the Year. Congrats to all, and more help with your golf game, go find your local PGA Professional.
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At the 2014 PGA Junior League Golf Championships, eight teams from across the nation played with pride and passion, but in the end the team from California, led by PGA Professional Jim Collins, defeated the team from Georgia for its second championship in the last three years as the bright stars in
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Golfers have their own versions of "fish stories," except in this case, the hands get closer together rather than farther apart.
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Rory McIlroy, as a PGA Junior League Global Ambassador, is helping to promote the great program and all the young participants who compete.
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NAPA, Calif. – In his own words, Johnny Miller doesn't think he has lost his marbles.
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Tiger Woods reflects on his tough season while battling through back injuries during CNN's 'Unguarded' with Rachel Nichols, and admits he's played a lot of video games with Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who had also gone through similar back rehabilitation.
12 Sep 2014 - 2:23pm - 0 Comments
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