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Thursday, October 01, 2015
By Jeff Shain 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
By John Holmes 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.
By T.J. Auclair Nobody's perfect, especially on the golf course. When it comes to missing short putts, we've all been there.
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
By John Holmes 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.
By Bob Lutz 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.
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By The PGA of America 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
By The PGA of America 27th Senior PGA Professional National Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz USA When: October 15-18, 2015 Where:
By Bob Sutton GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Jack Nicklaus isn't exactly chasing Tiger Woods, but he followed him to Sedgefield Country Club slightly more than a month after the Wyndham Championship.
By Mark Aumann One of Jason Day's sponsors -- RBC -- has put together a documentary on his life, and it's well worth the 10 minutes of your time, even if you know much of the back story.
By Mark Aumann When PGA Professional Brian Gaffney showed up at Whistling Straits in August for the PGA Championship, there's no way he ever expected to be describing his experiences in the booth in front of such an enormous national TV audience, first with PGA.com and later with CBS.
By The PGA of America HAZELTINE, Minn. – Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA and the PGA of America are pleased to announce Mouton Cadet as the official wine for the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota.
By David Westin AUGUSTA, Ga. -- When a senior amateur golfer has made 22 hole-in-ones, what's left to accomplish? For Evans resident Roger Tant, that answer was easy: breaking 60 on his home course. Tant did that last week -- with a shot to spare.
By Doug Ferguson Anthony Kim was tired of whispers on the PGA Tour about what was wrong with him and his game, so he found a patch of grass behind a row of trees down from the practice range at Quail Hollow and hit balls for two hours.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA (AP) – The most compelling competition in golf used to be who would emerge as a veritable rival for Rory McIlroy. Just one year later, McIlroy is No.
By Garry Smits PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Andrew Loupe had to make a 5-foot par putt at the 18th hole of the TPC Sawgrass Dye's Valley Course in the final round of the 2013 Web.com Tour Championship to earn his PGA Tour card.
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA (AP) – Hal Sutton was in a bunker so deep that only his hat could be seen. He got up-and-down for par on the 18th hole, then won a playoff by hitting a 4-wood to 6 feet for birdie on the 244-yard closing hole.
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