Tuesday, October 28, 2014
By Doug Ferguson ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – The PGA Tour was ready to base all its criteria on the FedExCup points after making it through the first wraparound season.
By John Holmes When I was growing up in West Texas, one of the games we played on the golf course was to choose a hole and play it with just one club from the peg to bottom of the cup. The biggest challenge was to play the longest par 5 using only your putter.
By The PGA of America 2014 National Car Rental Assistant PGA Championship When: Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Where: PGA Golf Club (Wanamaker Course), Port St.
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
By Chris Lines KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Setting out to defend the FedExCup title in Malaysia this week, Billy Horschel is doing so as a changed man. It's not the fame, the money or the added pressure that has affected Horschel, but the arrival
By T.J. Auclair The 2014-15 NBA season tips off tonight.
By T.J. Auclair This is something you don't see everyday: An airplane in distress attempts to land in a fairway on a golf course, but misses and winds up in a water hazard. It might sound crazy, but that's precisely what happened on Monday at a golf course near Dallas.
By Mark Aumann When PGA Tour professionals get into an "in between" yardage situation, they can rely on two things: knowing the exact distance of each of their wedges and hours of practice on the range.
Monday, October 27, 2014
By John Holmes John Daly spent the last week over in China playing in the Mission Hills World Celebrity Pro-Am and – perhaps more importantly – minging with the celebrities.
By T.J. Auclair If you've never heard of "Legendary Shots" they're basically the basketball trick-shot version of the golf-trick specialists Bryan Bros. Put the two together and what do you get?
By Mark Aumann 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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