PGA News Archive
Thursday, November 05, 2015
By John Holmes We all know Dustin Johnson can smack a golf ball about as far as anyone.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) – The conditions were so soft Thursday in the HSBC Champions that Branden Grace was not surprised by his 9-under 63.
By John Holmes The final stop of the LPGA Tour's annual autumn swing through Asia gets underway Friday, but as of right now the Toto Japan Classic is missing some of its expected starpower. Four of the LPGA's most prominent players –
Wednesday, November 04, 2015
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Colin Montgomerie has only one big trophy to show for another strong season on the Champions Tour.
By John Dever Click here to return to the 2015 PGA Jones Cup home page PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – The drought is over for New Mexico State University.
By The PGA of America 2015 PGA Junior League Golf Championship When: Nov.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) — Bubba Watson is in China this week, Japan next week, and there's one more stop in Thailand before the year is over. Golf is more global than ever, and the two-time Masters champion wants to be part of it.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) — Jordan Spieth's trophy collection from an amazing season almost defies description.
By T.J. Auclair Just four weeks into the 2015-16 PGA Tour season and the first World Golf Championships event is already upon us with this week's HSBC Champions in Shanghai.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) — One year after Anirban Lahiri made his debut in the World Golf Championships, progress is measured by how much is at stake in the HSBC Champions.
Tuesday, November 03, 2015
By John Holmes You might not be familiar with Wil Bateman yet, but you need to start paying more attention.
By John Holmes Did you take a close look T.J. Auclair's report about the Drum Ceremony preceding this week's HSBC Champions in Shanghai?
By John Dever Click here to return to the 2015 PGA Jones Cup home page PORT ST.
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) – The European Tour is contemplating what amounts to a level playing field for those who want to be considered global players. Typically, being a member of the two largest tours in golf requires a
By Doug Ferguson SHANGHAI (AP) – Jordan Spieth wore a black tunic with red trim around the collar to take part in a Chinese drum ceremony late Tuesday afternoon just as the Shanghai skyline began to glow with lights behind him and three other top players.
By T.J. Auclair Perhaps you've seen the new rage on golf courses lately, the alternative to golf carts -- GolfBoards.
By Mark Aumann ATLANTA — Cavan, Ireland, and Shreveport, La., are worlds apart, in many ways. But they share something: the men’s and women’s No. 1-ranked junior amateurs. And the common denominator? Both played in the Junior Ryder Cup.
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