PGA News Archive

Tuesday, September 08, 2015
Spieth regains No. 1 despite missing cut
NORTON, Mass. -- If golf is a fickle thing then you should see what the rankings for the No. 1 player in the world have been like lately. Take the back-and-forth between Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth.
Kirk makes U.S. Presidents Cup team
NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Chris Kirk made his first U.S. team and the International team will have three new players for the Presidents Cup.
Monday, September 07, 2015
Fowler rallies to win Deutsche Bank
NORTON, Mass. -- One big putt for Rickie Fowler. One big mistake for Henrik Stenson.
What's in the winners' bags for the week of September 7, 2015
  What equipment did Rickie Fowler and this week's other winners use to achieve victory?
Patrick Reed makes eagle from the rough at the fifth hole at TPC Boston
Patrick Reed went from the rough to the cup - the bottom of the cup - on hole No. 5 during final round play of the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship. Reed drove the ball into the rough off the tee and was left with 168 yards to the pin. He was in the plush stuff, too.
Dizzy golf challenge doesn't end well for this guy
Anything that involves getting dizzy before swinging a stationary object, usually isn't a great idea -- OK, maybe with the exception of a piñata. At least if one of those things gets busted open there's candy everywhere.
PGA Junior League Golf Heads to Disney World!
PGA Junior League Golf and Disney Golf have teamed up to host the 2015 PGA Junior League Golf Championship on Disney's Palm Course, November 5 - 8th!
2015 PGA Junior League Golf Championship to take place in Lake Buena Vista, Florida
  PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (Sept. 7, 2015) – The 2015 PGA Junior League Golf Championship will be hosted Nov.
Sunday, September 06, 2015
Stenson takes the lead at Deutsche Bank
NORTON, Mass. -- Henrik Stenson is starting to hit his stride at a good time.
Slattery holds off Goya to win Russian Open by 1 shot
MOSCOW, Russia -- Lee Slattery bounced back from an erratic start to shoot a 2-under 69 Sunday that was enough for a one-shot victory at the Russian Open.
Chris Kirk holes out for eagle from fairway at Deutsche Bank Championship
Sunday afternoon, Chris Kirk's ball was positioned nicely in the fairway of No. 17 at TPC Boston. Anywhere close to the hole would have been nice. Instead, with 137 yards left, he launched this highlight-reel shot:    
On 2nd thought, Brendon de Jonge on roll
NORTON, Mass. -- On Friday, Brendon de Jonge sounded like a man who had pleasantly surprised himself. By yesterday, the Zimbabwe-born golfer was a guy who fully believed in his talents again.
Saturday, September 05, 2015
Hoffman leads; Spieth misses another cut
NORTON, Mass. (AP) — In a year of first-ever feats for Jordan Spieth, he accomplished another Saturday in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Only this one was nothing to celebrate.
Slattery leads Russian Open by 2
MOSCOW (AP) — English golfer Lee Slattery recovered from a double bogey to move into a two-shot lead after the third round of the Russian Open on Saturday.
Watch: Bill Haas drains long eagle putt
Bill Haas had two goals this week at the Deutsche Bank Championship -- advance to the next round of the FedExCup playoffs and put himself in position to earn a spot on the Presidents Cup team.
Bradley responds positively to pressure
NORTON, Mass. -- There is always a little extra pressure for native New Englander Keegan Bradley when he comes home to play at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Day remains red-hot at Deutsche Bank
NORTON, Mass. -- There's something about a golfer in the zone that keeps everyone on alert. Not just the galleries or the prognosticators trying to predict what will happen on the PGA Tour in any given week. But the players do notice it, too.
Donald trying to keep playoff hopes alive
NORTON, Mass. (AP) — For at least one day, the battle at the bottom was more compelling than the battle for No. 1 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Friday, September 04, 2015
Brendon de Jonge leads Deutsche Bank, Jordan Spieth balloons to 75
NORTON, Mass. (AP) – Brendon de Jonge described his opening round Friday at the Deutsche Bank Championship as coming out of nowhere.
MIT researchers making advances on self-driving golf carts
  From the sounds of things, companies like Google are making steady progress in developing cars that can get around just fine without drivers.