PGA News Archive

Saturday, July 30, 2011
Masson moves two clear at Women's British Open, Tseng up into second
Caroline Masson of Germany shot a 4-under 68 to double her lead to two strokes after the third round at the Ricoh Women’s British Open on Saturday.
McDowell and McIlroy stumble as three players share Irish Open lead
While Rory McIlroy bombed in his first event in Ireland since winning the U.S. Open, his playing partner David Howell shot a round-best 7-under 64 to take a share of the lead Saturday as the Irish Open reached the final stretch.
Friday, July 29, 2011
Killeen maintains advantage through two rounds at Utah Championship
It would appear 62 is the number you need to shoot if you hope to contend at this year’s Utah Championship. Following J.J. Killeen’s first-round, 9-under 62, Jeff Gove, a three-time Nationwide Tour winner, fired a 62 of his own Friday at Willow Creek Country Club.
Browne still on top at U.S. Senior Open, with O'Meara one shot behind
Olin Browne likes old stuff. That's a perfect attitude for someone playing on the Champions Tour.
U.S. Senior Open Notebook: Heavy rains makes course setup too slow
At most events set up by the U.S. Golf Association, there's a long line of players complaining about how hard and slick the greens are.
Siem eagles way to lead at Irish Open, Clarke misses cut in return to action
Darren Clarke failed to make the cut at the Irish Open on Friday, two weeks after he won the British Open for his first major title
Surprising Masson leads at halfway point of Ricoh Women's British Open
Germany's Caroline Masson shot a 7-under 65 Friday to take a surprising one-stroke lead after the second round of the Ricoh Women's British Open.
Mickelson misses cut at Greenbrier, Simpson and de Jonge share lead
Brendon de Jonge rode a wave of Hokie fever to a share of the second-round lead at the Greenbrier Classic. De Jonge shot a 3-under-par 67 Friday and was tied with Webb Simpson at 7 under midway through the tournament.
Woods enters PGA Championship, set for Atlanta week after Bridgestone
Tiger Woods already has missed two major championships this year. He doesn't plan on missing the last one.
How to teach your child to play golf
Over the past decade the Junior Golf Industry has become big business. Numerous Junior-only equipment, training aid, and apparel companies have sprung up, not to mention the countless number of junior tours and college recruiting/resume services that have come along.
Parenting Your 'Pee-Wee'
In May of 2008 I was fortunate enough to have my article “Raising a Golfer, A Parent’s Guide” published on PGA.com. Then again in April of this year an updated version of that article was published in the pages of Junior Golf Central Magazine.
Killeen leads at Utah Championship after blistering Willow Creek with 62
The hallmark of J.J. Killeen's 2011 Nationwide Tour season is he's played a lot on the weekend. Coming into this week's Utah Championship, Killeen had played 13 Nationwide Tour events and made 12 cuts. He's well on his way to playing the weekend for a 13th time.
Two eagles in five-hole stretch gives U.S. Senior Open lead to Browne
Olin Browne has circled the globe playing professional golf for the past 27 years. He knows it takes a lot more than 18 holes and a lucky shot to win a major championship.
U.S. Senior Open Notebook: Green could upstage his boss with big win
If things work out right this week, Damon Green will make more headlines than his boss.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Trevor Immelman leads after round one at The Greenbrier
 WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) -- Trevor Immelman's best round of the year reinforced the former Masters champion's belief that he can regain his top form less than two years after wrist surgery.
Tiger Woods to return next week at the Bridgestone Invitational
Tiger Woods finally gets back to golf next week at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, ending an 11-week break to heal injuries to his left leg.
Singh upstages Clarke and McIlroy to lead Irish Open by two strokes
Rory McIlroy showed his temperamental side after blowing an early lead and double-bogeying the 18th hole Thursday at the Irish Open, telling a TV commentator to "shut up."
Lee leads Lincicome by two on rainy first day at Women's British Open
Meena Lee of South Korea overcame wet conditions and shot a 7-under 65 Thursday for a two-stroke lead in the first round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open. She had seven birdies and no bogeys in a round played mainly in heavy rain.
A Sense of Huber: He wears it well
This edition of “A Sense of Huber” will be rather tidy, the requisite space needed for all of the unexpected vitriolic feedback from last week. Ouch. We are within a few days of the first anniversary of one of golf’s most infamous and unnecessary mistakes.
Sense of Huber: Dustin’s t-shirts
Sense of Huber—Dustin’s t-shirts This edition of “A Sense of Huber” will be rather tidy, the requisite space needed for all of the unexpected vitriolic feedback from last week. Ouch.