PGA News Archive

Friday, January 05, 2018
The Majors 101: Where they are, when they are and what the top storylines will be
If you're a fan of professional golf, is there anything better than speculating about how the majors will unfold? Aside from actually watching those majors play out, I don't think so.
Thursday, January 04, 2018
Marc Leishman opens with a 67 to lead at Kapalua
Marc Leishman is having a much better time at Kapalua this year, on and off the golf course.
Mason (66), Elkins, Zaremba (71) lead after first round of PGA Quarter Century Championship
PORT ST. LUCIE – James Mason went almost as low as the temperatures Thursday, shooting a 6-under 66 on a day that started with a wind chill in the 30s to take a 3-shot lead in the 65-and-older division of the Quarter Century Championship at PGA Golf Club.
Add Flexibilty and Rotation in Your Golf Swing
Do you find it difficult to make a good body turn during your swing? PGA Professional Eric Hogge has some tips on how to reduce the tension and add flexibility to your motion.
Tiger Woods commits to Farmers Insurance Open, Genesis Open
Look back at Tiger Woods' career, marked by a succession of injuries and anticipated comebacks. PGA.com's TJ Auclair recaps the recoveries and results as Tiger eyes a return to action at this week's Hero World Challenge.
7 underrated golfers to watch out for in 2018
Since the PGA Tour is just so deep with talent these days, it's an unfortunate truth that certain players get overlooked. The fact is, virtually any player on Tour can bust out and win on any given week. We see it happen all the time.
PGA Tour starts fund for Jarrod Lyle in leukemia recovery
KAPALUA, Hawaii — Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle has gone through a third round of bone marrow transplant, and the PGA Tour wants to help Lyle and his family cope with the medical bills.
Son surprises dad with Masters Sunday tickets for Christmas
Don't get me wrong, the slippers we dads got from our kids for Christmas are awesome, thoughtful and -- if you're in the path of the "Bomb Cyclone" like I am -- they're practical.
No. 18 at Kapalua could be one of the most fun holes in golf
One of the wildest holes in golf will be on display this week at Kapalua's Plantation Course, home of the PGA Tour's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The hole we're talking about? The rollercoaster that is the 663-yard, par-5 18th.
Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus had strikingly similar pro debuts
On January 4, 1962 -- 56 years ago today -- the great Jack Nicklaus made his professional debut at the LA Open.
Wednesday, January 03, 2018
New year on PGA Tour can't start soon enough for players
KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — Dustin Johnson sat outside the Honolua Store on the first day of the new year, scarfing down the "Hobo Breakfast" of steamed rice and eggs as the sun was just starting to filter through the Cook pines that line the entrance to Kapalua. &n
5 tips to help you keep your golf resolutions in 2018
The new year has arrived and a lot of you golfers out there might be uttering the words, "new year, new me." Most of us make New Year's resolutions and, unfortunately, most of us fail to see them through for all 365 days.
PGA Winter Championships kick off 65th season this week at PGA Golf Club
PORT ST. LUCIE – Many of the top PGA Professionals from around the U.S.
Justin Rose out, leaves strong Kapalua field without hottest hand in golf
KAPALUA, Hawaii — The Sentry Tournament of Champions has the top five players in the world. It just doesn't have the hottest player in the world.
Tiger Woods' back one of the top golf questions heading into new year
KAPALUA, Hawaii — The PGA Tour rings in the new year at Kapalua for the 20th straight time. After all these years, the one moment that stands above all others was the titanic battle between Tiger Woods and Ernie Els in 2000.
Friday, December 29, 2017
The top 5 questions in golf heading into 2018
As we head into the new year, there are plenty of relevant questions in golf for us all to ponder. The majors are always compelling. It's going to be a Ryder Cup year. All signs point to a healthy return for Tiger Woods. So what's in store for 2018?
What was your most memorably bad shot in 2017?
Golf can be a frustrating game and sometimes things just don't go your way. But it's those mishits and off-target shots that make you appreciate the ones you stripe that much more.
Thursday, December 28, 2017
USC's blind long snapper Jake Olson is also pretty good at golf
If you follow college football, you might have heard the incredible story of Jake Olson -- a long snapper at USC, who also happens to be blind.
The top 13 most-liked PGA.com Instagram posts in 2017
We shared many great photos and moments on our Instagram account this year. It's tough to choose which moments we like the best.
Biggest movers of 2017 in the Official World Golf Rankings
It has been an exciting year in golf in 2017 and we've seen the rise and fall of many players over the past 12 months. One way to look at which players took a step forward and which ones took a step back is by looking at the Official World Golf Ranking.