PGA News Archive

Sunday, June 27, 2010
Graeme McDowell wins U.S. Open, recieves invitation to the 2010 PGA Grand Slam of Golf
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- The de-facto home of American golf has produced an All-American roster of U.S. Open champions: Nicklaus, Watson, Kite, Woods. But at Pebble Beach's fifth U.S.
Nicklaus, Miller, Palmer and Watson to open Harbor Shores
BENTON HARBOR/ST. JOSEPH, Mich. -- Jack Nicklaus, whose accolades as a golf course designer parallel a legendary career that includes a record 18 professional major championships, will join friends and fellow greats Johnny Miller, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson on Aug.
The New PGA.com and You: A Great Pairing
You may have noticed a new look to PGA.com when you logged on today – and for that, we say “Thank You.” “Thank you” because it was your feedback, your insights and your requests that have led to this newest iteration of PGA.com.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Bethpage Black: A Bucket List course
One of the most common and strongest bonds between golfers is the shared courses they play, particularly ones of historic and iconic status.
Friday, June 25, 2010
The New Groove Rule: What does it mean for you?
In golf circles, the start of the New Year has brought about a considerable amount of discussion regarding the new groove-rule installed by the USGA. At this week's 57th PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, in fact, The PGA of America is utilizing the event to educate its Professionals with the infor
British Open will feature three Korean amateurs for first time ever
The British Open has seen just about everything in its 150 years, but there will be something new at St.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Notebook: Adam Scott hoping to extend streak of playing well in debuts
Among those on the range Sunday at Pebble Beach were a half-dozen players with hopes of winning the U.S.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Adam Scott makes Valero Texas Open his first PGA Tour victory since 2008
SAN ANTONIO -- Deep in the heart of Texas, Adam Scott only saw Australia. Harsh scrubland off the fairways that reminded him of Brisbane and sandbelt greens that looked like home. "I had a feeling Aussies would do well here this week," Scott said. None better than him.
Adam Scott makes Valero Texas Open his first PGA Tour victory since 2008
SAN ANTONIO -- Deep in the heart of Texas, Adam Scott only saw Australia. Harsh scrubland off the fairways that reminded him of Brisbane and sandbelt greens that looked like home. "I had a feeling Aussies would do well here this week," Scott said. None better than him.
Texas-Pan American captures fourth PGA Minority Championship title
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.
PGA and LPGA Teachers involved in innovative Fly Girls Casting event
Corning, CA- Adventurous women will gather for the second annual Fly Girls Casting for Recovery Event on Saturday, May 22, 2010 at Rolling Hills Casino Resort located in California's North State region (Corning, CA).
A Lesson Learned: Making more crucial putts
It's great to see Adam Scott, one of golf's good guys, back on top of his game. Congratulations to him and his win at this past week's Valero Texas Open.
Feel Golf debuts Lee Miller Signature Series wedges for 2010
MONTEREY, Calif. -- Feel Golf has introduced its new line of Lee Miller Signature wedges for the 2010 season.
Nike Golf adds fairway woods to its full line of SQ MachSpeed clubs
BEAVERTON, Ore.
Eighth annual National Jobs in Golf Month now more relevant than ever
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Jobs in Golf Month, now in its eighth year, was created by The PGA of America to increase access to those interested in the wide variety of jobs available in the golf industry. The golf industry employs more than two million people in the U.S.
Pioneering Powell receives honorary degree from Univ. of St. Andrews
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- You can call her Dr.
Sorenstam keys International team to victory over Asia in Lexus Cup
SINGAPORE (AP) -- Annika Sorenstam celebrated two big victories in her second-to-last event before retiring. For starters Sunday in the Lexus Cup, the International team captain waited out a lightning delay to finish off Asian counterpart Se Ri Pak 3 and 2 in the opening singles match, the longti
Secret to Azinger's success was breaking his big group into small ones
ATLANTA (AP) -- Just as Captain Paul Azinger promised, the Americans partied into the morning hours after winning the Ryder Cup. Egged on by his teammates, Boo Weekley told the story of the time he was a teenager in the Florida Panhandle and paid $5 on 10-to-1 odds that he could land a punch agai
Monday, June 21, 2010
Sunday Notebook: Two tie for top amateur showing
Reigning NCAA champion Scott Langley of Illinois and University of Georgia star Russell Henley shared the distinction of top amateur at the U.S. Open. Each finished 8-over 292 and in a tie for 16th. They combined for the best finish by amateurs since Spencer Levin tied for 14th in 2003.
Basics of Putting
Harvey Penick once said: "A man who can't putt is a match for no one, a man who can is a match for anyone." I think Harvey said it all. Putting is the easiest part of the game to practice. We all should be good putters.