PGA News Archive
Thursday, May 05, 2016
By Michael R. Abramowitz Talk about a day a century in the making. National Instruction Day served Wednesday as the exclamation point of the PGA of America’s 100-day Centennial campaign.
Wednesday, May 04, 2016
By John Holmes The LPGA Tour's Yokohama Tire Classic doesn’t tee off until Thursday morning, but it looks like the shot of the week has already been struck. During her prep for the tournament on Wednesday, Anna Nordqvist faced a med
By Alan Blondin MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – The military past of Whispering Pines Golf Club is being recognized with new tee markers, tee names and the installation of plaques honoring the 28 former base commanders of the property. T
By John Holmes As I'm sure you are well aware, today is May 4 – "Star Wars Day" to nerds and geeks and sci-fi fans around the globe.
By Mark Wogenrich OAKMONT, Pa. – Jordan Spieth played Oakmont Country Club this week, making his first visit to the stern grandfather of U.S. Open golf courses.
By T.J. Auclair In the spirit of today being National Instruction Day, we pitched the following question to our nearly 350,000 friends in PGA.com Facebook Nation: What's the best advi
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
By Garry Smits PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Veteran PGA Tour player and 2009 Open Champion Stewart Cink is taking an indefinite leave of absence after his wife Lisa was diagnosed with breast cancer. Cink, a six-time PGA Tour win
By The PGA of America 30th PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship presented by CastleOak Securities
By The PGA of America PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.
By Mark Aumann When PGA Professional Kelly Mitchum prepares to tee off in Thursday's first round of the Wells Fargo Championship at Charlotte's Quail Hollow Club, he'll hear his name announced -- but he'll have Mike Townsend in his thoughts.
Monday, May 02, 2016
By Steve Waters FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Twenty years after competing in perhaps the most memorable U.S.
By Mark Aumann Just because the Rules of Golf offer you the option to take relief from an obstruction, it's not always in your best interests.
By Katherine Schaeffer BEAVER, Pa. – Most children recall their first golfing experience on the putt-putt course, guiding a glowing neon golf ball into the mouth of a revolving windmill or putting it past a plastic gorilla. But at Be
By Mark Aumann For most new golfers, the first frustration to overcome is usually how to make consistent contact with the ball. But once that's accomplished, it usually leads to a second, sometimes life-long frustration.
By PGA.com What equipment did Brian Stuard and the week's other winners use to achieve victory?
Sunday, May 01, 2016
By Rob Schultz McFARLAND, Wis. -- Rob O'Loughlin has a passion for sales, and for saving the game of golf he loves to play. He's happiest when he's doing both at the same time.
Friday, April 29, 2016
By Steve Palisin MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Whatever last laugh Bob Hope had in 2003 after his 100 years on Earth, he left the world a hole-in-one gift of smiles, family honor, American pride, and class that will last forever. The No
By Tom Yantz HARTFORD, Conn. – For the first time in almost three years golf will be played at Keney Park Golf Course in Hartford on Sunday. Keney Park GC reopens after an extensive restoration.
By T.J. Auclair Anyone who has ever played the game for any amount of time has their respective bread-and-butter shot -- the one they most enjoy hitting.
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
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