PGA News Archive

Thursday, February 04, 2016
Karen Paolozzi blitzes field to win Women's Stroke Play by 14 shots
  Full scoring from the Women's Stroke Play Championship | Men's
Renwick, top Scottish caddie, dies of cancer at 62
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Dave Renwick, the Scottish caddie who worked for three major champions and was on the bag for Vijay Singh's greatest season, has died of stomach cancer. He was 62.
Rare putter on display at British Golf Museum
A rare putter created by U.S.-based KRONOS Golf Founder Phillip Lapuz is now on display at the British Golf Museum in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Robot named "Eldrick" aces 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale
Gary McCord, golf commentator for CBS, is a partial owner of a robot named, "Eldrick." Strange? Perhaps, but not if you've ever listened to anything McCord says.
LPGA stalwart Paula Creamer determined to return to top of women's game
OCALA, Fla. -- Paula Creamer turns 30 this summer, a milestone that likely comes as a shock to fans of women's golf. Not because Creamer is getting old, but rather because she is still so young.
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
Bubba Watson, after two second-place ties, no fan of TPC Scottsdale
  SCOTTSDALE, Arizona (AP) – Bubba Watson took a big swing at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course – with his mouth, not his driver.   "I don't like it," Watson said Wednesday, a day before the s
Star tight end Matt Heuerman passes on football scholarship to pursue golf
  Today is National Signing Day, when the nation's top high school football players officially decide where they'll be playing ball in college next fall.
Ha Na Jang leads by three at Coates Championship, Lydia Ko four back
  OCALA, Fla.
Beddow and Sowards lead Stroke Play, Paolozzi widens Women's lead
  Full scoring from the Stroke Play Championship | Women's Stroke Pl
Minnesota Wild players take selfie with alligator during golf game at Cancun
  Players around the National Hockey League are just getting back into game action after a nice, long break for the NHL All-Star Game.
Rory McIlroy would be disappointed not to win a third in Dubai Desert
  DUBAI – Rory McIlroy felt at home in Dubai and said that he would be really disappointed if he left without a win, come Sunday.   The world No.
Henrik Stenson takes recovery from knee surgery to Dubai Desert
  DUBAI – He might be the walking wounded, but that hasn't stopped Henrik Stenson from returning to the place he once called 'home.'   The Swede now resides in Orlando, Florida, but Dubai was where he l
2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open: Five players to watch
The biggest party in golf begins anew this week with the Waste Management Phoenix Open at fan-friendly TPC Scottsdale.
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
Stewart Cink sinks a full-court putt at halftime of Georgia Tech basketball game
  Just the other day, we saw Stewart Cink show off his driving skills – as a chauffeur.
Pro golf events this week | February 1-7, 2016
  PGA TOUR WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN   Site: Scottsdale, Arizona. Schedule: Thursday-Sunday. Course: TPC Scottsdale, Stadium Course (7,266 yards, par 71).
How much is Brandt Snedeker's putter worth?
  Over his holiday break, Brandt Snedeker did some serious work on his golf bag. Specifically, he switched in a brand-new Bridgestone JGR driver and adopted the 2016 edition of Bridgestone's B330 golf ball.
Snow covers Ryder Cup venue Hazeltine National Golf Club again
  Winter Storm Kayla is roaring across the middle of the United States today, creating blizzard conditions up north and spawning thunderstorms and even tornadoes down south.
Jon Mansfield leads PGA Stroke Play, Karen Paolozzi paces the women
  PORT ST. LUCIE, Florida (February 2, 2016) – Karen Paolozzi of Atlanta, Georgia, is the 18-hole leader of the 2016 Women’s Stroke Play Championship, while Jon Mansfield of Clearwater, Florida, paces the 2016 Stroke Play Championship.
Jim Furyk opts for surgery on ailing wrist, will miss three months
  SAN DIEGO (AP) – Jim Furyk was No. 7 in the world, No.
Notebook: Web.com Tour grads this fall will sprint into next season
  SAN DIEGO (AP) – The 25 players who earn PGA Tour cards at the Web.com Tour Finals this year won't have much time to celebrate.