PGA News Archive

Saturday, June 25, 2011
Fate will determine whether he gets to play in British Open, says Garcia
Sergio Garcia says destiny will determine whether he will play at the British Open next month after edging closer to a spot in the Royal St. George’s field at the BMW International Open on Saturday.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Bland and Fraustro share lead at rain- interrupted Nationwide Mexico Open
Inclement weather interrupted play again on Friday, pushing back the completion of the second round of the 53rd Mexico Open to Saturday. A total of 57 players of the field of 144 have completed their second round at El Bosque Country Club.
UCLA star Cantlay shoots 60, lowest PGA Tour round ever by an amateur
Nineteen-year-old UCLA star Patrick Cantlay has insisted he has no intention of leaving school early to join the PGA Tour.
Tseng maintains one-shot advantage at halfway in Wegman's LPGA
After seeing her lead disappear in the morning session, Yani Tseng fought her way back into a place where she's been plenty comfortable this year.
Huston and Wiebe tied at top on Day 1 at Dick's Sporting Goods Open
John Huston defied the odds at the short-and-narrow En-Joie Golf Course. He struggled off the tee and it didn't matter one bit.
European Tour Notebook: Irish Open offers chance to play with McIlroy
A chance to play alongside new U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy is being offered to fans buying tickets for next month's Irish Open in Killarney.
Sterling leads by one after Day 1 of rainy Nationwide Mexico Open
Scott Sterling missed a three-foot putt for par on the par-5 18th hole Thursday but still managed to grab the first-round lead of the weather-delayed 53rd Mexico Open, the third international event on the 2011 Nationwide Tour schedule.
Stenson and Coetzee share BMW Open lead, get there very differently
Sweden's Henrik Stenson and South African George Coetzee share the lead at the halfway stage of the European Tour’s BMW International Open. But they arrived on 10 under par by very different routes.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Tseng leads Creamer by one after Day 1 at Wegman's LPGA Championship
No matter how hard she tried, Paula Creamer couldn't quite catch Yani Tseng. Neither could anyone else. Tseng, the top-ranked player in the world, shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead over Creamer after the first round of the Wegman's LPGA Championship.
Persistent rain ruins most of first day of play at Travelers Championship
Michael Bradley had a one-stroke lead when first-round play in the Travelers Championship was suspended for the day Thursday. Bradley was 6 under with two holes left when play was stopped at 11:30 a.m. at TPC River Highlands.
Stenson outduels rain to lead by one at BMW International Open
Henrik Stenson set the first-day pace at the European Tour’s BMW International Open on Thursday -- and even managed to finish with a full set of clubs.
Local favorite Sindelar eager to break through at Dick's Sporting Goods
When Joey Sindelar celebrated his 50th birthday in March 2008, he hit the ground running on the Champions Tour.
Club Test 2011: Callaway X Series JAWS Wedges CC
From Golf Magazine (May 2011)
A Sense of Huber: Is the best yet to come for Rory?
It was nearly dusk on a humid Sunday night in April of 1997. I was getting ready to do my last CNN live shot of the evening along a row of television cameras set up behind the giant scoreboard at Augusta National when I noticed a familiar moustache work its way through the shrubs.
Local Knowledge: 2011 Travelers Championship
The PGA Tour is in Cromwell, Conn., at TPC River Highlands this week for the Travelers Championship, where Bubba Watson is the defending champion.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
One year after 'perfect' tournament, Kerr ready to defend Wegman's LPGA
Cristie Kerr's dream turned into reality last year, winning the Wegman's LPGA Championship in near-record fashion. She's ready to see if her sweet swing can do it again.
Easy-to-learn Travelers sets up well for first-time winners on PGA Tour
Bubba Watson won his first PGA Tour title last year in the Travelers Championship, becoming the third player in five seasons to break through at the event.
Kaymer, back home for BMW Open, says McIlroy's success inspires him
Instead of wanting to play like Tiger Woods, everybody now wants to play like Rory McIlroy -- and that includes world No. 3 Martin Kaymer on home turf this week.
Furyk feels need for more rounds as he prepares for British Open in July
Jim Furyk hopes to play himself back into form ahead of the British Open rather than return to the drawing board in practice.
It was when, not if, McIlroy would win major, says Poulter at Travelers
Ian Poulter wasn’t surprised by Rory McIlroy's ability to bounce straight back from his Masters nightmare and secure the U.S. Open.