PGA News Archive

Tuesday, January 03, 2012
Jack Nicklaus remembers Jim Huber
Jack Nicklaus comments on the passing of Jim Huber by saying, 'Barbara and I are deeply saddened by the news of Jim’s passing. We all lost a good friend in Jim—a good friend to the entire sports world, but particularly to the game of golf.'
Jim Huber Remembered
The golf world lost one of its greatest friends and promoters as PGA.com's Jim Huber has passed away.
Jim Huber Remembered
The golf world lost one of its greatest friends and promoters as PGA.com's Jim Huber has passed away.
Tribute to Jim Huber: One more round
“We have to get out and play golf soon.”
A Quick Nine: What's your golf resolution for 2012?
With a new year comes the chance for a new start, or a new approach -- especially when it comes to our golf game.
Monday, January 02, 2012
PGA.com's Jim Huber remembered
PGA.com and the golf world lost a huge advocate and friend today as Jim Huber, - host, speaker, moderator and writer of the popular "A Sense of Huber" on PGA.com - passed away Monday, January 2, 2012  at the age of 67 after being diagnosed with acute leukemia.
Olazabal relishing Ryder Cup role as strong European team taking shape
Jose Maria Olazabal has a hard act to follow when he captains Europe in its defense of the Ryder Cup in Chicago next September.
Fowler winning over many young fans with his unique game and style
Rickie Fowler is impossible to miss on the golf course. So, too, all these kids showing up at tournaments sporting his look.
McIlroy unsure of which nation he'd represent in 2016 Olympic golf
Rory McIlroy has decided not to declare which team he would represent in the Olympics until he has to. Two years ago, the 22-year-old said it would be Great Britain and Northern Ireland if he qualifies for golf's return to the Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
Pressure got to Kaymer after he rose to world No. 1 spot, he admits
Martin Kaymer admits that he struggled to cope with becoming the world No. 1 in 2011.
Friendly rivalry between Johnson and Woodland extends from golf to hoops
Dustin Johnson and Gary Woodland have been friends since they were amateurs. They first played a practice round in college and have remained close. It's only a coincidence that they're two of golf's best athletes.
European Notebook: Tribute event raises cash for Ballesteros Foundation
A special tribute event at London’s Natural History Museum has raised almost $528,000 for the Seve Ballesteros Foundation.
Foundation has received more than $12 million in donations from Woods
Greg McLaughlin, the tournament director of the Chevron World Challenge, was standing on the first tee before the start of the final round earlier this month when he was asked his thoughts on the day.
Oosthuizen ready for Africa Open defense, and birth of second child
Louis Oosthuizen will be out to successfully defend his Africa Open title this week as the 2012 European Tour season gets under way.
Sunday, January 01, 2012
Bradley descends from mountaintop to become latest U.S. major champion
Keegan Bradley was 12 years old, standing on top of the mountain in the middle of another brutal Vermont winter.
A week's worth of tweets, December 26, 2011-January 1, 2012
Many prominent golf companies, players and PGA instructors regularly take to Twitter to talk about their equipment and other aspects of their game.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Look back on 2011 reveals tales from tours with Els, Couples, more
Mike Tuten has spent the last 20 years on the North Shore of Oahu shaping surfboards. He joined his brother, Titleist rep Chris Tuten, for a round of golf on the Plantation Course at Kapalua at the start of the year.
Clarke, McIlroy recognized for 2011 feats on Great Britain's Honors List
Few three-inch bogey putts are greeted quite as uproariously as the one that secured the 140th British Open for Darren Clarke. The popular Northern Irishman won a place in hearts around the world last summer as he defied the odds to win the most coveted prize in golf at the age of 42.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Clarke's Open triumph as poignant as it was impressive, says Malley
If the greatest sporting victories blend pure talent and relentless determination with high drama and tear-jerking emotion, then the award for the United Kingdom's Sportsman of the Year in 2011 should have gone to Darren Clarke.
Claret Jug in hand, Clarke turns focus to achieving two Ryder Cup goals
Darren Clarke fulfilled one dream by winning the British Open, but he has two more -- returning to the European Ryder Cup team in 2012 and then becoming captain at some point.