PGA News Archive

Tuesday, June 29, 2010
PGA Tour Notebook: Kim cleared to practice as thumb continues to heal
Two months after surgery to repair ligament damage in his left thumb, Anthony Kim was cleared to practice Tuesday. Kim, who won the AT&T National two years ago, was hitting wedges at his home in Dallas.
Scotland earns Open berth 11 years after becoming youngest qualifier
Zane Scotland, who became the youngest player to qualify for the British Open when he earned a place in 1999 at Carnoustie, then age 16, finished in second place on the Torrance Course at Fairmont St. Andrews Tuesday to earn his first Open Championship appearance in more than a decade.
2010 Ryder Cup Points Team Standings as of 06/27/10
Eight U.S. Team members will be determined following the PGA Championship, Aug. 15, at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wis.; U.S. Ryder Cup Team Captain Corey Pavin will make his four remaining selections on Sept. 7. U. S.
PGA Historical Center Unveils a Special Tribute to the 43rd PGA Professional National Championship
In celebration of the kickoff to the 43rd PGA Professional National Championship at French Lick (Ind.) Resort, the PGA Historical Center golf museum, in Port St.
Greg Norman Collection To Exhibit at 2010 PGA Fall Expo During Las Vegas Fashion Week
PGA Golf Exhibitions and Greg Norman Collection today announced the company’s plans to exhibit in the 2010 PGA Fall Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, August 16-18.
Professionals Enhance Skills With Certifications From PGA of America's Certified Program
With the latest rounds of the PGA Proficiency Test completed at the end of May, 21 PGA Professionals received 25 certifications from The Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA) Certified Professional Program. The PGA Certified Professional Program is an online educational curriculum th
Volunteer Applications Now Being Accepted for the 93rd PGA Championship
The 93rd PGA Championship is accepting volunteer applications for anyone wanting to be part of the 93rd PGA Championship, Aug. 8–14, 2011, at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
Play Golf America’s Family Golf Month Provides Summer Fun for Families
Play Golf America’s Family Golf Month celebrates its fifth anniversary in July encouraging families to hit the links together, giving family members – young and old – the opportunity to learn and play the game in a structured yet casual atmosphere, while having fun. This year, more than 1,140 fac
Hall of Famer Pete Dye Serves as Anxious Host at 43rd PGA Professional National Championship
He's been roasted over his creations on grass, from Florida, to South Carolina, to Indiana, and countless ports of call in between.
Impact of National Championship Continues an Economic Boost Throughout French Lick Community
How has the 43rd PGA Professional National Championship, which concludes Wednesday, benefited the host French Lick community? "We have seen another spring in the step of so many volunteers who have longed to support this event and bring the attention of the golf world to Indiana," said Steve Ferg
Lexmark Selected as Official Provider of Printing Technology for The PGA of America
Lexmark International, Inc. (NYSE: LXK), a leading global provider of printing and imaging products and solutions, has been named The Official Printing Technology Provider of The PGA of America.
Nick Faldo feels snubbed by European Ryder Cup captain Montgomerie
MUNICH (AP) -- Former Europe captain Nick Faldo believes he is being ignored by successor Colin Montgomerie in the buildup to the Ryder Cup in October. Faldo's haul in winning 25 points in 11 Ryder Cups is a record.
Skinner and Moss find themselves together again - in the lead at French Lick
The plaque at the top of the hill, snuggled beside a bronze statue of the legendary architect, greets visitors at The Pete Dye Course.
Monday, June 28, 2010
Casey injures wrist and wedge in one fateful swing at BMW International
World No. 8 Paul Casey jarred his left wrist and damaged his sand wedge beyond repair on Sunday to complete a desperately disappointing week at the BMW International Open.
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Lovemark topples Staten in playoff to win Nationwide Tour's Mexico Open
Rookie Jamie Lovemark fired 4-under par 68 Sunday at El Bosque Country Club to emerge from a packed leaderboard and finish regulation play at the Bicentary Mexico Open Bicentenary tied with third-round co-leader B.J. Staten at 12-under 276.
A Lesson Learned: Distance control on your putts from The Travelers Championship
First of all, congratulations to Bubba Watson, a well-deserving champion and classy champion here at this year's Travelers Championship! As always, it's a thrill to be a part of what we here at TPC River Highlands feel is one of the best events in golf (no bias here!).
Havret's summer plans are changing in wake of his U.S. Open showing
Gregory Havret's second-place finish at the U.S.
Weir wins $270,000 in Telus Skins Game by edging Villegas in chip-off
Canada's Mike Weir won $270,000 in the Telus Skins Game on Tuesday at the Bear Mountain Resort. Weir's win came down to a 125-yard pitch-off on the final hole after the five professional golfers went skinless over nine holes.
Razorback Tubert tops McCloskey to capture U.S. Women's Public Links
Emily Tubert beat Lisa McCloskey 3 and 2 in the 36-hole final match to win the Women's Amateur Public Links championship on Saturday. Tubert trailed 2-down after five holes, but won seven straight holes to go 5-up after 12.
Watson gets his first PGA Tour win in three-way Travelers playoff
Bubba Watson really wanted to play well at the Travelers Championship to impress U.S.