PGA News Archive

Wednesday, April 06, 2016
At the Masters, world No. 1 Jason Day will try hard not to try too hard
  AUGUSTA, Ga. – Jason Day's love affair with the Masters began when he watched the tournament as a kid growing up in Australia.
Here's what it's like to be Jack Nicklaus at Augusta National
Jack Nicklaus has won a record 18 major championships. Six of those came in the Masters -- more than any player in the game's history. In 1986, at the age of 46, Nicklaus became the oldest player ever to win the Masters in what many consider to be the greatest tournament... well, ever.
The Masters: 10 players to watch
The first major of the 2016 season is upon us. The 80th edition of the Masters tees off at Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday morning.
Like the azaleas in bloom, skipping balls on No. 16 a Masters tradition
  AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) – The chants start as soon as each group has finished teeing off at the 16th hole.   "Skip! Skip!
CBS Sports presents “The Masters: Building a Champion”
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – For more than 80 years, The Masters has helped define golf’s greatest champions, including many who wore the Green Jacket following the mentorship and guidance of a PGA Professional.
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Jordan Spieth relying on experience in his bid for a repeat at the Masters
Tiger Woods "too good a talent not to win" again, says Jack Nicklaus
  AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) – Jack Nicklaus says he thinks Tiger Woods will win again.
Rory McIlroy brings a new approach to Masters in quest for Grand Slam
"Mad scientist" Bryson DeChambeau brings unusual outlook to Masters
  AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) –  Bryson DeChambeau is the only golfer at the Masters with a set of irons that are all the same length.
Three-time Masters champ Phil Mickelson flying under the radar
  Some prominent people will be missing when Augusta National Golf Club comes into focus this week.   Arnold Palmer announced last month he will not hit a ceremonial tee shot Thursday morning, as he recovers from shoulder surgery.
Augusta's Vaughn Taylor returns to the Masters
AUGUSTA -- Vaughn Taylor could be in Cartagena right now. Cartagena, the Colombian home of the Tour's Servientrega Championship, was a likely destination for Taylor before he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Valentine's Day in dramatic fashion.
Masters notebook: Dustin Johnson likes his chances
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Sergio Garcia has some company in the club few, if any, want to join. For now, Dustin Johnson gets lumped into the best player to never win a major category.
Dogwoods and azaleas at Augusta National clear sign spring is near
  BOSTON – Today the azaleas and dogwood are in bloom. Just not around here.   Here, the blooming snowblower resurfaced for one last hurrah.
Monday, April 04, 2016
Gold medalists exempt for PGA Championship and KPMG Women's PGA Championship
  AUGUSTA, Ga. – When golf returns to the Olympics in Rio, the winners will receive more than a gold medal.   They'll also get a free pass to all the major championships.   Th
Don't forget about Bubba Watson at Augusta
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Is it possible that a two-time Masters champion in the prime of his career is flying under the radar into Augusta, Ga., this week?
Fred Couples out of the Masters with bad back
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Fred Couples is out of the Masters because of acute back pain — the first Masters the 56-year-old former champion has missed since 1994.
2016 Masters field list
One in, one out. And the Masters field is set at 89.
Kisner gets Masters course tips from 2007 champ Zach Johnson
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Kevin Kisner took a few opportunities this spring to play the course at Augusta National Golf Club, but his most recent round was very different.
2016 Drive, Chip, and Putt: Best Shots Reactions, and Celebrations
Look back at the best shots and celebrations from the 2016 Drive Chip, and Putt Championships from Augusta National.
2016 Drive Chip and Putt Championship Girls Winners Highlights
Watch 2016 Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship highlights from the Girls divisions, including 7-9 age winner Emerson Blair, 10-11 age winner Alexa Pano, 12-13 age winner Kayla Sam, and 14-15 age winner Alyssa Montgomery.