PGA News Archive

Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Southern California and LSU advance to men's NCAA Division I golf final
  BRADENTON, Fla.
Tony Romo's wife Candice shows off her golf swing during Byron Nelson telecast
  Not too many years ago, Tony Romo spent his summers playing in charity golf events and even trying to qualify for the U.S. Open.
Steve Stricker content with his semi-retirement ahead of Open qualifier
  DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) – The last time Steve Stricker had to qualify for a U.S. Open he was trying to rejuvenate his career.    He started the 2006 season at No.
This week's pro golf events | June 1-7, 2015
  PGA TOUR MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT   Site: Dublin, Ohio. Schedule: Thursday-Sunday. Course: Muirfield Village Golf Club (7,392 yards, par 72). Purs
N.Y. high school golfer channels Bill Haas, wins state title
Every shot counts. And, during the course of a tournament, one of those shots likely stands out above the rest. James Nicholas can attest to that. Nicholas won the New York State High School Championship by a single shot on Monday.
SHANK!
Seldom seen and spoken less, S-H-A-N-K is the scariest shot in golf.
SHANK!
Seldom seen and spoken less, S-H-A-N-K is the scariest shot in golf.
SHANK!
Seldom seen and spoken less, S-H-A-N-K is the scariest shot in golf.
Check out the new Jordan Flight Runner Golf shoe
Over the last couple of years on the PGA Tour, Keegan Bradley has been making a fashion statement with his custom Air Jordan golf shoes. Bradley is a regular golf buddy of NBA legend Michael Jordan when the two are home in South Florida.
Where the shank came from in golf
Seldom seen and spoken less, the S-H-A-N-K is the scariest shot in golf.
Defending Memorial champ Hideki Matsuyama has hunger to be winner
  Hideki Matsuyama likely would have preferred answering questions while hanging out at one of his three favorite spots on earth: tee, fairway and green.   Extracting the 23-year-old Japanese player from a manicured golf course is only s
'Mini' FootGolf specialist shows off skills
By now, you've surely heard of FootGolf. Well, it turns out that "Mini FootGolf" might just be a thing too.
Soren Kjeldsen wins Irish Open, clinches spot in 2015 Open
DUBAI -- Soren Kjeldsen ended his six-year wait for a fourth European Tour title after he emerged victorious from a three-way play-off to claim the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
Incredible photo (and video) of Chris Kirk backwards flop shot
Chad Coleman is the Social Media Manager for Callaway Golf (a fantastic follow on Twitter too, @HashtagChad). In his role, Coleman is often tasked with coming up with ideas for incredibly cool things.
Fescue-grass knowledge is key in preparation of Chambers Bay
  UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – The best way to understand the role of Eric Johnson and Josh Lewis, the two men whose job it is to get Chambers Bay ready for the U.S.
Monday, June 01, 2015
Spieth, Day, Grace and Johnson share 54-hole lead at U.S. Open
  UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. (AP) – One day after he collapsed from a bout of vertigo, Jason Day was standing taller than ever Saturday in the U.S.
Charity golf event keeps ex-Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly in good spirits
  BATAVIA, N.Y. (AP) – Walking past a stationary football target positioned off a tee box at his own charitable golf tournament, Jim Kelly couldn't resist a chance to test his arm.   Swish!
Bryson DeChambeau of SMU wins men's NCAA individual golf title
  BRADENTON, Fla.
Steve Stricker to host Champions Tour event in his native Wisconsin
  MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Steve Stricker is busily preparing for a Champions Tour event in 2016 that he won't even be eligible to play.
Scott rehires Williams as caddie
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Adam Scott has split with his new caddie and for now is going back to his old one — Steve Williams. Scott says he persuaded Williams to join him for the U.S. Open, British Open, Bridgestone Invitational and PGA Championship.