PGA News Archive

Friday, October 02, 2015
Why Women Should Play Golf
I recently came across an article in the LA Times titled, “Some female executives don’t feel at ease with business golf outings.” It is beautifully written but doesn’t tackle the real issue – why we let antiquated stereotypes get in the way of getting more women o
Furyk to miss Presidents Cup with wrist injury, replaced by Holmes
  PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.
Jimmy Mullen and Anthony Wall share Day 2 lead at Dunhill Links
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Korda sisters show that they've got the power
  I don't know if you're a fan of Dubsmashes, but I think some of them are great.
Putting Practice Tips: 4 Easy Steps to Better Success
Want to become a better putter? PGA Professional Warren Bottke offers up a 4-step drill that you can do anywhere to quickly and easily improve your putting fundamentals.
Garth Mulroy's golf ball goes in the cup, but not for long
We all know golf is a game that both gives and takes away. So it was for South Africa's Garth Mulroy during second round play of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland. Mulroy was playing his second shot on the par-4 16th.
Jin Cheng maintains 2-stroke lead at Asia-Pacific Amateur
HONG KONG -- First-round leader Jin Cheng of China maintained a two-stroke lead at the Asia-Pacific Amateur on Friday after a 2-under 68 in the second round at Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club.
Thursday, October 01, 2015
Rhein Gibson leads Web.com Tour Championship by one shot
  PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.
"Shades of Grey" star Jamie Dornan eagles 18th hole at St. Andrews
  Jamie Dornan is best known as the star of "Fifty Shades of Grey," but there was nothing grey about the actor's final shot of the first round in the European Tour's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Thursday.
Harbour Town happily reopens after five-month renovation to course
  HILTON HEAD, S.C. – A shout greeted John Farrell as he strolled onto the balcony of Harbour Town's clubhouse for a mid-morning respite.   "Happy to be home!" the golfer said, giving a thumbs-up befo
Mullen and Dunne, in first pro starts, share lead at Dunhill Links
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PGA Professional Gus Andreone celebrates 104th birthday with some golf
  If any of us ever needed a reminder that golf is a game we can enjoy our entire lives, we only need to look to Gus Andreone.
Opposite directions for Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods in 2015
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Ernie Els misses one of the shortest putts you'll ever see
Nobody's perfect, especially on the golf course. When it comes to missing short putts, we've all been there.
Jin leads Asia-Pacific Amateur with 62, lowest score in event history
  HONG KONG (AP) – Jin Cheng had four birdies and an eagle in a five-hole span on the way to a tournament-record 8-under 62 Thursday and a two-stroke lead after the weather-affected opening day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur.  
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Trick shot artist Mathias Schjoelberg balances ball on his neck
  Over the past several months, my colleague T.J. Auclair has brought us several eye-popping trick shots from former Arizona State golfer Matthias Schjoelberg.
Beating his age a daily habit for 89-year-old
WICHITA, Kan. -- If 89-year-old Kenny Squires shot his age in golf, he'd try to figure out why he had such a bad day. And you could bet he wouldn't shoot so poorly the next time.
New champion is a certainty as 27th Senior PGA PNC heads to California
Click here to return to the 2015 Senior PGA PNC home page   By Don Jozwiak, PGA Magazine &n
Growing diversity will aid golf's strength, says PGA CEO Bevacqua
  NEW YORK – The 4th Annual Sports Diversity & Inclusion Symposium featured a lively debate on Wednesday, as PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua joined Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and a panel of top sports leaders for the General
2015 Senior PGA Professional National Championship
  27th Senior PGA Professional National Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz USA   When: October 15-18, 2015 Where: