PGA News Archive

Sunday, September 25, 2011
U.S. Captain Jones defends decision to play Kerr so often in Solheim Cup
United States Captain Rosie Jones had no regrets about her management of Cristie Kerr's injury after watching her team miss out on retaining the Solheim Cup by a point.
Europe finishes strong in singles to take Solheim Cup from United States
Europe won the Solheim Cup for the first time since 2003 on Sunday, finishing powerfully to beat the United States 15-13 at Killeen Castle.
Ferrie tops countryman Wakefield in playoff to capture Austrian Open
Kenneth Ferrie beat fellow Englishman Simon Wakefield in a playoff to win the Austrian Open on Sunday for his first European Tour title since 2005 and third overall.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Bogey-free Blixt grabs 54-hole lead at Nationwide Soboba Golf Classic
Sweden’s Jonas Blixt fired a bogey-free, 5-under-par 66 Saturday to take the 54-hole lead in the Nationwide Tour’s Soboba Golf Classic.
Good competition marks second day of Special Olympics Golf Tournament
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Danny Peaslee of Souris, Manitoba, Canada, has a seven-shot lead with a 41-42—83 in the Level 4 - 9-Hole Individual Stroke Play event after Round 2 of the 2011 Special Olympics Golf National Invitational Tournament played Saturday at PGA Golf Club.
Baddeley and Mahan tied for 54-hole lead at wide-open Tour Championship
The cup is close enough now for Hunter Mahan and Aaron Baddeley to seriously consider how much it's worth to them. Even if they're not thinking about the same cup.
USA rallies in afternoon fourball to tie Europe 8-8 at Solheim Cup
The United States staged a dramatic comeback to win the afternoon fourball session 3-1 Saturday and tie Europe 8-8 at the Solheim Cup. Europe won the morning foursomes 2 1/2 to 1 1/2 to extend its lead to 7-5 over the Americans in the biennial match-play competition.
Norret of Denmark leads by two over four players at Austrian Open
Thomas Norret shot a 2-under 70 Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final day of the European Tour’s Austrian Open.
Carballo and Lonard share halfway lead at Nationwide Soboba Classic
Miguel Carballo of Argentina and Peter Lonard of Australia share the 36-hole lead at the Nationwide Tour’s Soboba Golf Classic.
Friday, September 23, 2011
First round complete at 12th Special Olympics Golf Tournament
The anticipation has been building for Round 1 of the 2011 Special Olympics Golf National Invitational Tournament played Friday at PGA Golf Club.  A field of 177 golfers from 21 U.S.
Stricker might opt to skip Presidents Cup, have surgery on left arm soon
Tiger Woods might need a new partner for the Presidents Cup. Steve Stricker, who went 4-0 with Woods as a partner two years ago, said Friday his left arm feels so weak he can't guarantee being fit enough to play the Presidents Cup on Nov. 17-20 in Australia.
Scott takes one-stroke lead at Tour Championship with two late birdies
Australia’s Adam Scott birdied his last two holes Friday for a 5-under 65 to emerge from a packed leaderboard and take a one-shot lead over K.J. Choi going into the weekend at the Tour Championship.
Europe leads United States by one after cold Day 1 at Solheim Cup
Europe overcame a spirited rally by the United States in the fourballs to lead 4½-3½ Friday after the opening day of the Solheim Cup at Killeen Castle.
Four players yet to win share lead in Austrian Open, Harrington makes cut
England's Robert Coles carded a 7-under-par 65 Friday to find himself among four men sharing the halfway lead at the European Tour’s Austrian Golf Open.
The Pasatiempo Experience
When your golf course sits about half way between the Monterey Peninsula (Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, Cypress Point) and the San Francisco area (San Francisco Golf Club, Olympic Club, TPC Harding Park), it's understandably tough to get attention.
A Sense of Huber: Golf's future stars already shine bright
She was in a world all her own as she confidently marched onto the tee box. Her lips were tight, her eyes gave away nothing. While her partner, a head shorter than her, was full of lightness, she seemed in another world entirely.
Lewis, 54, becomes oldest player to win US Mid-Amateur Championship
Not long after 54-year-old Randal Lewis became the oldest U.S. Mid-Amateur champion, his youngest son sent him a quick text message. "Hey dad, can I have your Masters tickets?" the text from Nicklaus Lewis read.
Opening Ceremony provides colorful start to Special Olympics tournament
A tournament field of 177 golfers from 21 U.S.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Percy owns N'wide Soboba Classic lead as storms interrupt first round
Australian Cameron Percy fired an 8-under 63 Thursday morning and grabbed the clubhouse lead in the weather-delayed opening round of the Soboba Golf Classic.
12th Special Olympics Golf National Invitational Tournament
12th Special Olympics Golf National Invitational Tournament Who: 177 golfers from the USA, Bermuda and Canada When: September 23-25, 2011 Where: PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla.