PGA News Archive

Saturday, October 17, 2015
Golf legends break ground on course to honor their legacy
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, West Va. -- Forty major championships. One-hundred eighty-eight PGA Tour victories. Eight PGA Player of the Year Awards. Four shovels.
Sullivan takes 5-shot lead into Portugal Masters final round
VILAMOURA, Portugal — England's Andy Sullivan shot a 4-under 67 in windy conditions to take a five-shot lead into Sunday's final round at the Portugal Masters.
LPGA: Ko, Park share lead in South Korea
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Lydia Ko and Sung Hyun Park rebounded to top the crowded leaderboard Saturday in the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship.
Kuchar leads Fiji International by 2
SUVA, Fiji (AP) — American Matt Kuchar shot a three-under 69 on Saturday to maintain a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the Fiji International.
Friday, October 16, 2015
Notes: Hanefeld's Senior PGA Championship streak in jeopardy
SEASIDE, Calif. -- At 5-over, 149, Kirk Hanefeld of Acton, Massachusetts missed the cut this week at the Senior PGA Professional National Championship. Hanefeld won this Championship twice, in 2008 and ’11.
Mason, Starkjohann share Sr. PNC lead
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Wes Short Jr. leads Champions Tour event
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Wes Short Jr. birdied three of the last four holes Friday for a 5-under 67 and a one-stroke lead in the Champions Tour's San Antonio Championship.
Steele is Open midway leader
NAPA, Calif. (AP) -- Brendan Steele felt no different about his game Friday than when he tied the course record with a 63 in his opening round at the Open. The difference was seven shots. What didn't change was his position on the leaderboard.
Sullivan hits 7-under 64 to lead Portugal Masters
VILAMOURA, Portugal -- England's Andy Sullivan carded a 7-under 64 for a second straight day to take a three-shot lead at the Portugal Masters on Friday.
How to Hit Flop Shot like Phil Mickelson Instruction
Wanna learn how Phil Mickelson hits his flop shot? PGA Professional John Webster explains the key fundamentals to hitting this shot.
Golf Truths About Getting Better
Many of you are getting those last few rounds in, while others are preparing for a brand new sun belt season.  Golf is the game that is played somewhere every day of the year.  Some play it well, while others want desperately to improve.  For many, a better golf game is more a w
Golf Instruction to Control Ball Flight with Your Grip
Want to understand how your golf grip can affect your ball flight and how some of the best players adjust their grip and hands? PGA Professional John Webster offers some simple golf instruction to help you understand what's best for your swing and your game.
Lydia Ko shoots 65 to take lead in South Korea
INCHEON, South Korea — Lydia Ko took advantage of Sung Hyun Park's struggles to take the lead Friday in the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship.
Golfer hits fantastic bunker shot between legs
As if a shot out of a pot bunker wasn't difficult enough, how about executing a gorgeous shot... from between your legs?
Thursday, October 15, 2015
John Huh and Jarrod Lyle sink long-distance eagles back-to-back at Open
  This being the first week of the new PGA Tour season, you might think the players would be a little rusty – especially those who didn't make it all the way through the FedExCup playoffs.
Carl Cooper of Texas shoots 66 to lead Senior PGA PNC by one stroke
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Thursday Notebook: Randy Mitchell makes hole-in-one in first round
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Nick Watney lips out fairway wood shot for double eagle at Open
  John Huh and Jarrod Lyle hit the two best shots of the day on Thursday at the Open, when – playing in the same group and hitting their shots one after the other –
San Diego Padres and Callaway to build nine-hole golf course inside Petco Park
  Major League Baseball season is over – it is for my teams, anyway – but Callaway and the San Diego Padres have come up with a fantastic reason to visit Petco Park next month.
Brendan Steele gets his season off to an ideal start at Open
  NAPA, Calif.