PGA News Archive
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
By Mark Aumann It's an episode of Dora the Explorer, in real life. Watch as this persistent fox keeps swiping this golfer's headcover:
By Mark Aumann At 7-foot-6, ex-NBA star Yao Ming pretty much towers over anyone he meets. And that includes Chinese golfer Haotong Li.
By Mark Aumann Dustin Johnson's interest in junior golf and his love of the Grand Strand are coming together next February in the inaugural Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship.
By Meredith Schuler ATLANTIS, Fla. -- In conjunction with PGA Reach, the South Florida PGA Foundation kicked off their first session of PGA HOPE in West Palm Beach.
Monday, November 09, 2015
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – The Champions Tour will stage the first leg of its playoffs at a new event in Los Angeles starting next year. The PowerShares QQQ Championship will be played Oct.
By David Brandt JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Peter Malnati finished his final round with a one-stroke lead.
Hitting a longer greenside bunker shot can be tricky and intimidating, but PGA Professional Kellie Stenzel how to easily make some adjustments in your swing to help your chances of success.
You're in the fairway and 100 yards from the green. Now what's the best strategy for easily getting your ball close to the pin? PGA Professional Billy Ore offers some great strategy and technique for executing the right shot.
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By PGA of America TEAM CALIFORNIA CAPTURES 2015 PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP ON MIRACLE PUTT 35-Foot Birdie Putt by Krando Nishiba in Playoff Sends Team California to PGA Junior League Golf Championship Win Over Georgia
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) – Russell Knox would appear to have all the ingredients to succeed in golf. But that would be skimming over the details. Knox grew up in Scotland, the home of
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Billy Andrade won the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship on Sunday, beating Champions Tour points winner Bernhard Langer with a birdie on the first hole of a playoff.
Sunday, November 08, 2015
By David Brandt JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Roberto Castro finished just six holes Sunday at a soggy Sanderson Farms Championship. The way things were going, that wasn't such a bad thing.
By PGA.com What equipment did Russell Knox and this week's other winners use to achieve victory?
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By Mark Aumann K.T. Kim had one of those stretches of holes in Sunday's final round of the HSBC Champions most golfers can only dream about. After bogeying the par-4 15th, the South Korean went birdie-ace-birdie-par-eagle over his next five holes.
By Mark Aumann There's an old adage in golf that the breaks eventually even out. But it's hard to imagine what Dustin Johnson did to deserve this.
By Mike Mastovich JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- John Goettlicher fondly recalls how a then 12-year-old Joe Shorto would arrive at Berkley Hills Golf Club each summer morning in the late 1950s.
By Mary Perez BILOXI, Miss. -- Tiger Wood asks for Michael "Mickey" Bradley's expertise along with Phil Mickelson and all the golf greats. This year's Biloxian Made Good honoree travels the world as a PGA Tour rules official.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI, China — Russell Knox made an unexpected trip to Shanghai and left with a most surprising victory Sunday in the HSBC Champions.
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