PGA News Archive

Friday, July 08, 2016
The Greenbrier to reopen July 12
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- Make no mistake about it, this is a company town. And the company -- the fount of most of the town's jobs -- is The Greenbrier resort.
Could you birdie this 783-yard par 6?
There was a videogame that was out when I was a little kid, I forget its name now, but it allowed you to create your own golf courses. I would always make them to be impossible, with insanely long holes and a ridiculous number of obstacles.
Mirim Lee takes U.S. Women's Open lead
SAN MARTIN, Calif. -- For much of an idyllic Thursday morning, CordeValle Golf Club played like a local pitch-and-putt in the opening round of the U.S. Women's Open.
Improve your game through technology
There have been so many advances in this game of golf.  From course conditions, to the equipment, to instructio
Thursday, July 07, 2016
Golf tips: How to stay calm in a pressure situation
How many of you out there have let a great round slip away because the pressure gets to you at the worst possible moment? We've all been there. It doesn't matter who you are.
A single day, 153-hole golf marathon for charity
There's a commonly held sentiment amongst sports fans who don't watch golf, especially those that have never seen Dustin Johnson hit a tee shot.
15 golf items you'll want to try out this summer
Over the course of a given year, I'm able to get an up close look at some incredible golf gear. Periodically, I like to compile a product round-up of some of my favorites.
Patrick Reed takes a spill on hill at Scottish Open
One of the best events in golf is going on this week -- the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart. Many of the game's biggest stars are playing, as they prepare for next week's Open Championship at Royal Troon.
U.S. Women's Open shines light on sport
SAN MARTIN, Calif. -- For American audiences, it is sometimes difficult to wrap the arms around women's professional golf.
Wednesday, July 06, 2016
9 things to carry in your golf bag
Who out there is guilty of slinging an overloaded golf bag? Come on. I can't be the only one raising my hand.
How to build your own backyard practice area
If you work a lot of hours, have young children -- or both -- chances are you don't have much time to work on your golf game.
One man's amazing backyard golf setup
We showed you how easy it is to build your very own backyard golf practice area for not a lot of money. This is the opposite of that. 
New Golf4Kids program aims to introduce youth to game
   
Tuesday, July 05, 2016
Golf, life skills will be taught at Briscoe Elementary's driving range
FORT WORTH -- It'll be reading, writing and chipping at Briscoe Elementary School this fall.
Masters champ Danny Willett wears green jacket to Wimbledon
Wimbledon -- arguably the most prestigious event in tennis -- is going on right now in England.
Things that drive you crazy on the golf course
Early last week, we put together a list of the nine things that drive us crazy on the golf course. In case you missed it, you can read it here.
Monday, July 04, 2016
Jordan Spieth serves as welcoming host for nation's best junior golfers
AUSTIN -- For most mortals, getting through 18 holes is frustrating enough. Trying walking in Jordan Spieth's Under Armours. What came easy in 2015 is proving to be a detestable journey this year, or so it seems.
Introducing the Goosinator
Of all the problems that golf courses have, you wouldn't think that goose droppings would be the biggest one.
Sunday, July 03, 2016
Dustin Johnson rallies, defeats Day to win WGC-Bridgestone
AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- Dustin Johnson returned from celebrating his U.S. Open victory by taking down the world's No. 1 player to win another World Golf Championship.
Golf juggling? Wake surfing? Why not both
Golf juggling is difficult enough. Wake surfing is difficult enough.