Wednesday, November 19, 2014
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.
INDIANAPOLIS -- More than 500 PGA Professionals are expected to gather Nov. 20-22 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis for the 98th PGA Annual Meeting.
By Mark Aumann If not for a fortunate military transfer, Pete Dye might have stayed an insurance agent and amateur golfer. And golfers worldwide wouldn't have had the pleasure of playing some of Dye's most diabolical course designs.
By T.J. Auclair The 2013-14 European Tour season wraps up this week with the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. Early this week, Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose went out on the Earth Course at the Jumeirah Golf Estates for a unique challenge.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
By Doug Ferguson NAPLES, Fla. – Michelle Wie has every reason to look at this year as what might have been. Right when the 6-foot star from Hawaii was finally hitting her stride, yet another injury kept her out of golf for nearly three months.
By Dennis Passa MELBOURNE, Australia – Adam Scott will attempt to win his third Australian Masters title in a row on yet another renowned Melbourne sand-belt course, and with a tryout caddie on his bag. Scott went close to winning Australian
By Associated Press NAPLES, Fla. – The LPGA Tour has added one new tournament and one big sponsor for next year. Along with releasing another strong schedule for 2015, the LPGA Tour announced Tuesday that All Nippon Airways has signed a five-year
By Doug Ferguson NAPLES, Fla. – Brandt Snedeker had to withdraw from the Bridgestone Open in Japan because of a stomach ailment, and he went home to Tennessee to get it checked out, which caused him to miss the CIMB Classic in Malaysia.
By Doug Ferguson NAPLES, Fla. – Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler first played against each other at Royal County Down in the 2007 Walker Cup, when Fowler and Billy Horschel defeated McIlroy and Jonathan Caldwell in a foursomes match. McIlroy and
Here's a look at the tournaments on tap this week (and here are the TV times): PGA Tour: Off this week Next event:
By Mark Gillespie CLEVELAND – Tiger Woods might not be a world famous athlete were it not for Charlie Sifford and other black golfers who took a stand in the 1950s against the racist policies that denied them their chance to compete in the sport they loved.
By T.J. Auclair Would you trust anyone to hit a golf ball while you're standing directly in the line of fire? I don't care if it's Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Bobby Jones, or Phil Mickelson. My answer would be, "Absolutely not!"
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