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Thursday, January 28, 2016
By Doug Ferguson SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Scott Brown and Phil Mickelson both had reason to believe it could be a long day on the South Course at Torrey Pines.
DOHA, Qatar -- Paul Lawrie benefited from a putting tip off a friend in shooting a 6-under 66 at the Qatar Masters, giving the former British Open champion a one-shot lead after the second round on Thursday.
By Mark Aumann Win on Sunday, sell on Monday? Maybe that's an oversimplification of the correlation between PGA Tour viewership and golf product sales. But despite the number of variables involved, there's a way to "connect the dots" in a way that grows the game.
By Mark Aumann Today's PGA Professionals share a common foundation that stretches all the way back to Scotland and Allan Robertson, the first golf professional. And the growth of the game directly relates to the love of the sport, particularly as the PGA of America celebrates its centennial in 2016.
SINGAPORE (AP) -- Jordan Spieth showed no signs of fatigue on the latest leg of his globe-trotting tour, taking a share of the lead at the Singapore Open on Thursday despite having his agent caddie for him.
By Garry Smits Maybe Phil Mickelson has something left in the tank, less than five months before his 46th birthday.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
By John Holmes Click here to return to complete coverage of the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show In the world of golf balls, everything revolves around the launch of new models of the Titleist ProV1 a
By Doug Ferguson SAN DIEGO (AP) – The best thing about Phil Mickelson playing at Torrey Pines is that it's his hometown event on the PGA Tour, and he is treated accordingly. These days, that might be the only thing that app
By Mark Aumann Lee Trevino was inducted into the PGA of America Hall of Fame for his on-course achivements, but he realizes that if not for a few big breaks, he might be attending this year's PGA Merchandise Show in a different capacity.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Louis Oosthuizen made another fast start to his first tournament of the year, shooting a 7-under 65 in the first round of the European Tour's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters to share the lead with Pablo Larrazabal on Wednesday.
By Mark Aumann A new tartan plaid designed specifically for the PGA of America's centennial celebration was unveiled Wednesday morning at the Visit Scotland booth, and PGA Honorary President Allen Wronowski was one of the first to receive a swatch.
By John Holmes Click here to return to complete coverage of the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show ORLANDO – With the PGA of America kicking off the celebration of its Centennial
By T.J. Auclair Ah. One of our favorite stops on the PGA Tour this week -- the Farmers Insurance Open at breathtaking Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif.
By Doug Ferguson SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The high school class of 2011 has another member this week at the Farmers Insurance Open, although Paul Dunne is different from the others. For starters, he's from Ireland.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
By Doug Ferguson SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Peter Kostis went to the Ryder Cup as a swing coach and left with a broadcasting career.
By Tyler Greenawalt Bubba Watson shared some behind-the-scenes insight to the first tee at the Ryder Cup and why he went against the golf norm by asking fans to cheer loudly as he set up and drove his initial shot in 2014.
By Steve Douglas South Africans have won three of the five European Tour events in the 2016 season, and two more of the country's players seem strong candidates for a victory at the Qatar Masters.
By Bob Denney WINTER GARDEN, Fla. -- The PGA of America officially opened the celebration of its Centennial Tuesday with a ceremonial tee shot featuring representatives from the Association’s 41 nationwide PGA Sections.
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