PGA News Archive

Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Golf's Best Wedges of 2016
Check out some of the best wedges among the new golf equipment out for the 2016 golf season, ranging in variety across different lofts, bounce, grooves and feel. All designed to help you score better around the green!
Bay Hill victory puts Jason Day's name in Masters conversation
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Amid all the jockeying as golf's top talent points toward the Masters, Jason Day's name had gone largely missing.
Monday, March 21, 2016
Jordan Spieth gets longtime friend Justin Thomas in Match Play group
  Click here for a printable copy of the Dell Match Play bracket (.pdf)
Legendary instructor Harvey Penick still looms large at Austin CC
  AUSTIN, Texas – He's everywhere.   Still.   Harvey Penick left this world 21 years ago this spring, but his enduring, gentle spirit permeates the Austin Country Club like a
Thomas Pieters' long road taking him from Belgium to Rio Olympics
  ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – Thomas Pieters has a game that travels.
With or without Tiger Woods, Jason Day shines in Bay Hill victory
  ORLANDO, Fla. – This column is about Tiger Woods.   Please, all of you digital subscribers, click on it twice.   OK, so it's really not about Tiger Woods, but if I mention T
Top players finding the anchoring ban isn't as bad as they had feared
  FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – As professional golfers Adam Scott and Bernhard Langer have shown, the USGA's anchored putting ban that took effect on Jan.
Tucson is big winner as Woody Austin wins Conquistadores Classic
  TUCSON, Ariz. – Bernhard Langer is the best old golfer in the world – or maybe it's the oldest best golfer in the world – and before Sunday's final round of the Tucson Conquistadores Classic he updated his website with this ins
Amateur Bryson DeChambeau shows he can play with the best at Bay Hill
  ORLANDO, Fla. – Bryson DeChambeau will not turn professional until after next month's Masters, but the reigning U.S.
Sunday, March 20, 2016
NCAA-style group draw to kick off Dell Match Play's arrival in Austin
  AUSTIN, Texas – Good bye, SXSW.   Hello, WGC.   The biggest golf tournament Central Texas has ever seen rolls into town this week with the sold-out World Golf Championships-Dell
Trick-shot artist Wesley Bryan wins Tour's Louisiana Open
  Wesley Bryan, a 25-year-old former University of South Carolina player, won the Chitimacha Louisiana Open on Sunday.
Sei Young Kim matches LPGA scoring mark to win Founders Cup
  PHOENIX (AP) – Sei Young Kim turned an anticipated Sunday shootout into a record-tying blowout.   The 23-year-old South Korean player matched Annika Sorenstam's LPGA Tour scoring re
Woody Austin edges Jim Carter to win Tucson Conquistadores Classic
  TUCSON, Ariz.
Jason Day wins Arnold Palmer Invit'l by one over Kevin Chappell
  ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – Arnold Palmer was watching him.
What's in the winners' bags for the week of March 20, 2016
  What equipment did Jason Day and this week's other winners use to achieve victory?
Jason Day pitches in for birdie in final round of Arnold Palmer Invitational
  This is a fairly amazing stat: The last three times that Jason Day has held or shared the 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour, he has gone on to win.
WATCH: Rory McIlroy caps final-round 65 with 59-foot birdie putt
The Masters is just three weeks away and Rory McIlroy put on a show Sunday worthy of a green jacket-winning trip around Augusta National. He shot 65 at Bay Hill, including this outstanding 59-foot birdie putt on the final hole. Onions.  
SSP Chawrasia wins Hero Indian Open after four second-places
  NEW DELHI (AP) – SSP Chawrasia of India pulled off a two-shot win over defending champion Anirban Lahiri and Korea's Jeunghun Wang with a birdie on the final hole Sunday at the $1.66 million Hero Indian Open.  
Tim Hart loses bid for 59, then loses Queensland PGA in sudden death
  TOOWOOMBA, Australia (AP) – Tim Hart needed a bogey on the final hole to shoot 59 for what would have been a two-shot victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia.
Kim stumbles late, setting up Sunday shootout in the desert
PHOENIX, Arizona — Sei Young Kim stumbled late Saturday afternoon in the JTBC Founders Cup, handing the lead to Eun-Hee Ji and putting Stacy Lewis, Lydia Ko and many others in far better position than they expected.