PGA News Archive
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
By T.J. Auclair Whether people want to admit it or not, the simple fact is that no player in the game today moves the needle quite like Tiger Woods -- even as he enters his own Hero World Challenge this week in the Bahamas with a world ranking of 898.
By Doug Ferguson NASSAU, Bahamas — Like any father, Tiger Woods has a list of what his two children can and cannot touch in the house, even when it comes to his golf clubs. Two of them, in particular.
By Doug Ferguson NASSAU, Bahamas — Returning to golf was always going to be an easier decision for Tiger Woods than knowing when to leave. One week in the Bahamas is not going to determine that.
By T.J. Auclair The 2017 PGA Championship will be contested at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, N.C.
By T.J. Auclair Much like billiards, golf is a game that's all about the angles. George Bryan -- one-half of the famous Bryan Bros. trick-shot duo -- pulled off one of the coolest golf-ball combination putts you'll ever see.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
By Craig Dolch PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Wyatt Worthington II doesn’t just want to make birdies, he wants to make history. Worthington did both Tuesday, shooting another 2-under 70 to win Event No. 1 of the PGA Tournament Series by two shots at PGA Golf Club.
By Dan McDonald The date was November 29, 1987 and the Skins Game was one of the premier made-for-TV golf events around. A national audience tuned in to watch a star-studded event as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and Fuzzy Zoeller battled for a good chunk of change.
By Doug Ferguson NASSAU, Bahamas — This might be one time that Tiger Woods doesn't measure success on the golf course by the score on his card. He measured it with three words Tuesday: "I'm playing again."
By Dan McDonald Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson each found themselves in different shoes for the 2016 Ryder Cup, taking on the role of vice captain instead of teeing it up as players.
By Alan Blondin Two men are trying to provide increased opportunities on the Grand Strand to golfers with disabilities.
Monday, November 28, 2016
Three tied for lead after tough conditions at opening round of PGA Tournament Series presented by GolfAdvisor
By Craig Dolch PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Richard Terga and Dakun Chang got off to fast starts, but the real winner Monday in the first round of Event No. 1 of the PGA Tournament Series was the Wanamaker Course at PGA Golf Club.
By Doug Ferguson NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — They were voted rookie of the year 20 years ago in their respective sports and quickly piled up championships. Tiger Woods and Derek Jeter finally had a chance to play golf together Monday. Only one of them is retired.
By Dan McDonald Are you looking for a unique gift this holiday season for that special golfer in your life? Maybe a little something for yourself? Throw out your shopping budget for this one — Arnold Palmer’s Masters trophy.
By Dan McDonald The week of Tiger Woods' return to competitive golf is upon us. And in case that simple fact wasn't good enough for you, we now have the pairings for the first round revealing what should be an exciting group to watch: Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed.
By Doug Ferguson NASSAU, Bahamas — Tiger Woods has gone through two back surgeries since he last played a golf tournament 15 months ago. He had another back surgery that knocked him out of the Masters for the first time in 2014. He had four knee surgeries before that.
By Kristi Belcamino Golfers hit the greens in swarms at Phalen Park Golf Course this weekend after a stretch of warmer weather spurred the facility to re-open. People eager to tee off lined up out the door and around the corner today.
By Dan McDonald With the announcement of the Zurich Classic going to a two-man team format earlier this fall and after watching this weekend’s World Cup of Golf in Australia, we reached out to our faithful social medi
Sunday, November 27, 2016
By Bruce Matthews MELBOURNE, Australia — Denmark fought off a three-pronged attack to win golf's World Cup at Kingston Heath on Sunday. Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen held their nerve after a four-shot overnight lead was threatened by China, France and Sweden.
By Garry Smits Davis Roche's comment said it all: "It kind of freaks me out."
By Luke DeCock Back in 1991, when the USGA told Peggy Kirk Bell they would bring the Women's Open to Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club in 1996, in large part in tribute to her, she joked, "Heck, I'll be dead by then." She lived to preside over that one and two more, adding to her legend as
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