PGA News Archive

Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Woods embracing new swing, and his game's heading in right direction
His swing was a mess, and so was his marriage. Tiger Woods figured he could only deal with one problem at a time. In this case, golf had to wait its turn.
FootJoy’s FJ Layering System offers garments for all weather conditions
FootJoy has unveiled an entirely new line of Tour-proven performance apparel developed specifically for golf and centered around the goal to Make Every Day Playable.
No hard feelings after he's not picked by Ryder Captain Pavin, says Hoffman
Charley Hoffman says he has no hard feelings toward Corey Pavin about missing out on the Ryder Cup the day after the performance of his life. "No disappointment," insisted the 33-year-old, who took the second of the FedExCup playoff events by five shots with a closing 62 on Monday and then learne
Champions Tour visits South Korea to stage first-ever event in Far East
The Champions Tour has come to Asia and golf greats Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson predict the sport has a bright future in the region. Watson is one of 57 players set to tee off in the Posco E&C Songdo Championship beginning Friday at a course designed by Nicklaus. The tournament is the first C
Kaymer pleased to be playing again in Europe after long post-PGA break
Newly crowned PGA Champion Martin Kaymer makes his European homecoming this week admitting his excitement is already growing ahead of the Ryder Cup. The German will return to action for the first time since his major triumph last month when he appears at the KLM Open. His success at Whistling
Montgomerie pleased to see Woods selected for U.S. Ryder Cup team
Colin Montgomerie is "delighted" that Tiger Woods will be on the American side defending the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor in Wales on Oct.
After shooting their 59s, Appleby and Goydos struggling to find their form
For Paul Goydos and Stuart Appleby, shooting a 59 was the highlight of their careers. What followed?
PGA Tour succeeding in signing up new sponsors, though going's tough
With the PGA Tour getting closer to a new sponsor for the World Golf Championship at Doral, that leaves only three tournaments -- Memphis, Hilton Head and the Bob Hope Classic -- without title sponsors after 2010. Seth Waugh, the CEO of Deutsche Bank Americas whose company just extended its deal
Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Verplank wondering whether he can play this week with his injured wrist
Scott Verplank won an NCAA title, a U.S. Amateur and a PGA Tour event while attending Oklahoma State, and he remains one of the Cowboys' biggest boosters.
L1 Technologies rolls out its iGolf Mobile verson 2.0 for BlackBerry
L1 Technologies, parent company of the iGolf brand, has released its new iGolf Mobile version 2.0 for BlackBerry. iGolf Mobile provides golfers with free professionally mapped distances on more than 33,000 golf courses worldwide.
Maruman launches its elite Majesty Vanquish VR club line for 2011
Maruman Golf has introduced its new line of Majesty Vanquish VR line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons for 2011, and it is available now. Maruman's flagship model, the "Majesty Series," is the realization of every technological innovation the company has pioneered over the last four de
Patriot Golf Day at PGA Village Raises an Estimated $20,000 for Folds of Honor Foundation
With pomp, circumstance and moving displays of patriotism, the 4th Annual Patriot Golf Day Weekend at PGA Village in Port St.
Met PGA Professionals serve as busy hosts of Play Golf America Experience
Metropolitan PGA Professionals, led by Rob Labritz of GlenArbor Golf Club in Bedford Hills, N.Y., the Low PGA Club Professional in the 92nd PGA Championship, played “hosts on Wall Street,” Sept.
Ryder Cup Captain's picks official transcript
JULIUS MASON: Good morning, everyone, I am the PGA of America's Julius Mason, and I would like to welcome those of you joining us on the phone lines from around the world and those of you right here at the New York Stock Exchange for the United States Ryder Cup Captain's pick news conference.
Captain Pavin picks Tiger, Cink, Johnson and Fowler
NEW YORK – Ending months of speculation, Team USA Captain Corey Pavin completed his 12-man Ryder Cup team on Tuesday by selecting Tiger Woods, Stewart Cink, Zach Johnson and Rickie Fowler with his four captain’s picks. Pavin, seated between three of his four assistant captains -- Tom Lehman, Davi
Monday, September 06, 2010
A Lesson Learned: Hoffman's solid bunker play no fluke
Charley Hoffman's pure ball striking and solid putting certainly were key ingredients to Monday's final-round 62 at the Deutsche Bank Championship. His 11 birdies clearly helped him run away from the field and vault up the FedExCup point list.
Harrington eyeing Europe again, now that he's eliminated from FedExCup
After missing the cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Saturday and falling out of the FedExCup playoff on Monday, Padraig Harrington is switching his focus back to Europe. The Irishman wants to play in at least one more tournament before this year's Ryder Cup, which tees off Oct.
Hoffman wins Deutsche Bank; Woods stays No. 1, makes it to next event
Charley Hoffman couldn't count all the perks that came with winning the Deutsche Bank Championship, just like he lost track of the 11 birdies he made in a Labor Day masterpiece. He moved up 57 spots to No. 2 in the FedExCup standings, giving him a shot at the $10 million bonus.
10 players earn 2011 LPGA cards as LaCrosse wins Futures Tour finale
Cindy LaCrosse won the Duramed Futures Tour's season-ending Price Chopper Tour Championship in a playoff Sunday and took the money title to top the 10 qualifiers for the 2011 LPGA Tour.
Sunday, September 05, 2010
Schulz, in field as alternate, holds on to capture First Tee Open by one
Ted Schulz won the First Tee Open on Sunday for his first Champions Tour title, holing a 12-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole at Pebble Beach en route to a 2-under 70 and a one-stroke victory over Tom Pernice Jr.