PGA News Archive

Saturday, July 24, 2010
Pressel passes Miyazato to reclaim top spot after 54 holes at Evian Masters
Morgan Pressel took a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the Evian Masters on Saturday, closing with an eagle for a 5-under 67. The American began the day three strokes behind after a 72 Friday.
Langer opens up three-shot edge over Pavin on Day 3 at Senior British Open
Bernhard Langer took a three-shot lead in the Senior British Open after shooting a 2-under 69 in the third round at Carnoustie on Saturday. The German has yet to win on the Champions Tour, but is in position to change that after outplaying his nearest rival, Corey Pavin.
Oosthuizen falls behind Johnson and Choi after "stupid" shot in Sweden
British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen blamed a "stupid" shot for dropping one off the lead with a round to go at the European Tour’s Nordea Scandinavian Masters. Oosthuizen, trying to become the first player ever to follow a Claret Jug victory with another European Tour win a week later, was tie
Friday, July 23, 2010
Second day scoring much tougher at Nationwide Children's Hospital event
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Second day scoring much tougher at Nationwide Children's Hospital event
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Clark and Wilson lead Canadian Open after second day of low scoring
St. George's Golf and Country Club is a straightforward course. "If you're driving the ball on the fairway, you can score," Canadian star Mike Weir said Friday, after missing the cut in the RBC Canadian Open. "If you're hitting it where I was, you can't.
U.S. Junior Amateur finals will pit N.Y.'s Liu vs. Kentucky's Thomas
Jim Liu of Smithtown, N.Y., will face Justin Thomas of Goshen, Ky., on Saturday in the championship match of the U.S.
Florida's Chen to face Dambaugh of S. Carolina in U.S. Girls Junior final
Doris Chen of Bradenton, Fla., and Katelyn Dambaugh of Goose Creek, S.C., will meet in the finals of the U.S.
Japan's Miyazato leads Evian Masters by one, while Pressel falls three back
Mika Miyazato of Japan shot a 5-under 67 for the second-round lead at the Evian Masters on Friday. Michelle Wie started the day tied for sixth at 4 under, but slipped down the leaderboard at 1 over after a sluggish round (77) that included a quintuple bogey on the 10th hole. Defending champion
Pavin joins Langer atop leaderboard at halfway in Senior British Open
Choi returns to normal putting style, grabs lead in Scandinavian Masters
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Shelton, 14, tops Spieth to advance to quarterfinals at U.S. Junior Amateur
Fourteen-year-old Robby Shelton of Wilmer, Ala., won twice Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals at the U.S.
Medalist Kang wins two matches to reach U.S. Girls Junior quarterfinals
Medalist Danielle Kang of Thousand Oaks, Calif., won two matches Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S.
Kaye sets new Scarlet Course mark to lead Nationwide Ohio State stop
Apparently the players didn’t get the memo that told them this week’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational would be played on the hallowed ground at The Ohio State University’s Scarlet Course, a place where par is sacred, birdies are harder to find than needles in haystacks and the winning sc
Rookie Delahoussaye shoots 62 to match Canadian Open record score
Brent Delahoussaye thought he would be overmatched at St. George's Golf and Country Club.
Langer among three co-leaders after first round of Senior British Open
Bernhard Langer fired a 4-under-par 67 Thursday to earn a share of the lead after the opening round of the Senior British Open at Carnoustie. The German, bidding for a first major title on the 'round-bellies' tour, joined England's Carl Mason and Jay Don Blake of the United States atop the leader
Pressel shares Evian Masters Round 1 lead with Reid and Ahn; Wie two back
Morgan Pressel of the United States birdied the first three holes and finished with a 6-under 66 Thursday to lead after the first round of the Evian Masters. Melissa Reid of England and Sun-Ju Ahn of South Korea each birdied the last hole to join her in the lead. Pressel started on the back ni
World Golf Hall of Fame ceremony moving to Players week in May
The induction ceremony for the World Golf Hall of Fame is moving to May, where it will kick off a busy week at The Players Championship. The ceremony at the World Golf Village, about 20 minutes from the TPC Sawgrass, will be May 9.
Canadian officials initiate search for missing 1904 Olympic golf gold medal
Hoping to locate Canadian George S. Lyon’s long-lost gold medal from the 1904 St.
Medalist Kang rallies late to win first match on final hole at Girls Junior
Stroke-play medalist Danielle Kang trailed after 15 holes in the opening round of match play in the U.S.