PGA News Archive
Thursday, July 09, 2015
By Steve Douglas GULLANE, Scotland (AP) – Thorbjorn Olesen returned to form with a 7-under 63 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open on Thursday, with Jimmy Walker leading a trio of top Americans in the chasing
By John Holmes The Open Championship returns to St. Andrews next week, and the grounds crew has been busy for months getting the Old Course into tip-top shape.
By Ron Musselman JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- Two of golf's all-time greats are scheduled to be at Oakmont Country Club next summer.
By Julie Pelchar Cohen LANCASTER, Pa. -- One can't help but look at Stacy Lewis and be reminded of a young Betsy King.
By Andrew Prezioso Craig Stadler, who won the 1982 Masters, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Chicago Cubs played the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field on Wednesday night.
By Andrew Prezioso Former NBA player Yao Ming stands 7-feet, 6-inches tall -- a height that can be truly hard to appreciate. Thankfully, there are some golfers who are willing to give us perspective.
Wednesday, July 08, 2015
By Dan Scifo PITTSBURGH -- Jerome Bettis served as a mentor to Hines Ward, showing his former Pittsburgh Steelers teammate the ropes when he entered the NFL. He'll do the same on the links almost 20 years later.
By John Holmes Before the majors, we often see players making quick scouting trips to the venues to get a feel for the courses before tournament week.
By Steve Douglas GULLANE, Scotland -- Russell Knox was playing the 12th hole in the pro-am at the Scottish Open when he checked his phone and saw he'd received a text from his wife.
By The PGA of America PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Top equipment and technology companies will demonstrate their newest products and services at the 2015 PGA Outdoor Demo Experience, Aug. 17, at Cascata Golf Club just outside of Las Vegas.
By Bob Lentz LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) – Inbee Park's focus sharpens during major championship weeks, and the South Korean is dialed in for the U.S.
By Bob Lentz LANCASTER, Pennsylvania (AP) – Michelle Wie breaks into a huge smile any time she recounts her first major victory. But it's not the clinching putt, award ceremony or winner's trophy that brightens Wie&
By Ron Agostini Charles Barkley is listed at 5,000-1 to win the 26th American Century Celebrity Golf Championship. And no one cares.
By Mark Aumann Rory McIlroy will not defend his Open Championship title. RORY'S INJURY: McIlroy ruptures ligament in left ankle playing soccer
By Gary D'Amato SILVIS, Ill. -- Like statistics in most sports that aren't timed, PGA Tour statistics -- especially when considered individually -- don't always accurately reflect a golfer's performance.
By Mark Aumann While most of the top players are using the Scottish Open as their final tune-up heading into next week’s Open Championship, there are still some headliners at this week’s PGA Tour stop in Silvis, Ill.
By Steve Douglas GULLANE, Scotland -- All the talk at the Scottish Open is about a player who isn't even here this week.
SILVIS, Ill. (AP) – Everything is coming up in pairs for Jordan Spieth, even when he's fishing. And these were big fish, too. The Masters and U.S.
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
By Doug Ferguson This was one time Luke Donald didn't mind taking 45 minutes to play a 357-yard hole. He was on the 18th hole at St.
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