Saturday, January 10, 2015
By Doug Ferguson KAPALUA, Hawaii -- The first PGA Tour event of the year in Hawaii hardly resembles a working vacation.
By Andrew Prezioso We’ve seen golf courses be special places for couples.
By Paul Arnett KAPALUA, Maui -- With much of the country stuck in a deep freeze, taking the golf clubs out for a swing or two is still months away.
By Doug Ferguson KAPALUA, Hawaii -- Bubba Watson already has achieved more than he ever imagined. Two green jackets from the Masters. A World Golf Championship title in Shanghai. Six victories on the PGA Tour.
By Doug Ferguson KAPALUA, Hawaii -- Bae Sang-Moon doesn't get enough credit for his sense of humor, which he served up when he arrived at Kapalua for the Hyundai Tournament of Championship.
JOHANNESBURG -- Charl Schwartzel opened with four straight birdies to card a 6-under 66 on Saturday and surge five shots clear after the third round of the South African Open.
Friday, January 09, 2015
By Doug Ferguson KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) – Russell Henley is finding Kapalua to be a lot more fun the second time around. Henley made four birdie putts outside 20 feet on his way to an 8-
By John Holmes Tim Clark is best known as one of the shortest players on the PGA Tour as well as one of the staunchest users of the long putter.
Check out what's in store at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show, where PGA.com will have extensive coverage all week long of the latest and greatest new golf equipment, apparel, swing aids, wacky gadgets, and much more from Orlando, Florida.
By Andrew Prezioso With another season on the horizon for Jason Dufner, chances are you'll notice the No. 43 patch on his golf bag. It's not there because of any superstition -- it's there as a tribute to a lost friend.
By Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) – Andy Sullivan shot a 2-under 70 to take a one-shot lead at the South African Open on Friday, while Ernie Els wiped out a promising start with a 77 in the second round to tumble out of contention at his home tournament.
Clinging to a one-shot lead Sunday, Bill Haas hit his drive on No. 18 to the lip of a fairway bunker. However, he calmly punched it into the fairway, reached the green and two-putted for his sixth career Tour victory.
By Teddy Greenstein The last time Tiger Woods won a major, Barack Obama was a U.S. senator. Jordan Spieth was 14 years old. Most of us used BlackBerrys.
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