PGA News Archive

Saturday, July 01, 2017
5 takeaways from Saturday at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship
The best new drivers for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you get off the tee longer and straighter this season.
Chella Choi, Danielle Kang tied for lead at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
The best new putters for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you lower your scores! And to save money, use the equipment Value Guide on PGA.com to get money back for your old putter to purchase a new one!
WATCH: Keegan Bradley sinks walk-off eagle at Quicken Loans National
The best new irons for the 2017 golf season include new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you feel more confident, dial in your needs, and lower your scores!
Defending champion Brooke Henderson lurking at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
OLYMPIA FIELDS, Illinois -- On a special day in her home country -- "Canada Day" -- defending KPMG Women's PGA Champion Brooke Henderson shot a second consecutive 2-under 69 in the tournament's third round at Olympia Fields.
WATCH: Danielle Kang chip in to save par at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
The best new wedges for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you lower your scores!
Rookie Madalene Sagstrom makes big-time move at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
OLYMPIA FIELDS, Illinois -- Madalene Sagstrom is in the middle of her rookie season on the LPGA Tour. On Saturday, she placed herself in great position to make a run at her first major title on Sunday.
The PGA Tour honors the military with Camo Day at Quicken Loans National
The best new drivers for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you get off the tee longer and straighter this season.
Record 11-under has Kenny Perry, Kirk Triplett atop the US Senior Open leaderboard
The best new golf balls for the 2017 golf season include new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you feel more confident and lower your scores!
Danielle Kang zeroes in on first pro win at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, and it would be major
The best new putters for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you lower your scores! And to save money, use the equipment Value Guide on PGA.com to get money back for your old putter to purchase a new one!
Friday, June 30, 2017
10 takeaways from Friday at the 2017 KPMG Women's PGA Championship
The best new putters for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you lower your scores! And to save money, use the equipment Value Guide on PGA.com to get money back for your old putter to purchase a new one!
Kelly Shon fires stunning, record-tying, 8-under 63 at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
OLYMPIA FIELDS, Illinois -- Kelly Shon has played in 13 events on the LPGA Tour this season. Nine of those have resulted in a missed cut. Her best finish came last week -- a T35 at the Arkansas Championship.
Bogey-free through 36 holes, Danielle Kang sticking to game plan at KPMG Women's PGA Championship
OLYMPIA FIELDS, Illinois -- Major championship courses typically don't yield bogey-free rounds. Here at Olympia Fields, Danielle Kang already has two of them through her first two rounds of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship.
North-South runner up at Pinehurst receives special call from 2005 U.S. Open champ
Pinehurst No. 2 has been a special place for golfers from New Zealand. Kiwi Michael Campbell won the 2005 U.S. Open there, while countryman Danny Lee -- enjoying plenty of success on the PGA Tour these days -- captured the 2008 U.S. Amateur.
WATCH: Elk calf chases Swedish golfer at Karlstad Golf Club
The best new irons for the 2017 golf season include new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you feel more confident, dial in your needs, and lower your scores!
PGA professional John Pillar finishes strong on Day 1 at US Senior Open
The best new drivers for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you get off the tee longer and straighter this season.
Amy Yang leads after rainy first round of KPMG Women's PGA Championship
Looking to add some power and distance in your golf swing? These drills can help build the muscles you need to hit the ball farther! And for more help with your swing just go talk to your local PGA Professional.
PGA Professional Steve Jubb honored with Conrad Rehling Award
The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) is pleased to announce that Executive Director Steve Jubb, PGA, has been honored by Special Olympics and the PGA of America as the 2016 Conrad Rehling Award recipient.
Lexi Thompson addresses mother's fight with cancer flare-up
OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. — Lexi Thompson talked publicly for the first time about her mother's battle with a cancer flare-up nearly a decade after Judy Thompson was first diagnosed with the disease.
Thursday, June 29, 2017
6 takeaways from round one of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship
PGA Professional Le Ann Finger explains which clubs, especially for women golfers, are not as useful as others when heading out to the course.
David Lingmerth leads Quicken Loans National after first-round 65
The best new putters for the 2017 golf season range from new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you lower your scores! And to save money, use the equipment Value Guide on PGA.com to get money back for your old putter to purchase a new one!