Yes, sheep will determine this years champion at the oldest golf course in the world, the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland.
Since record keeping for the women’s world golf rankings began in 2004, Christie Kerr wass the first American to hold the number one position as she headed into the U.S. Women’s Open held this week at Oakmont Country Club, outside of Pittsburgh.view more
Looking back to the first US Open in 1895, it took 17 years before an American won our championship.view more
The Texas Open in San Antonio, like the tournament in New Orleans, is one of the oldest PGA Tour events on the schedule. Both tour stops share a similar problem.
Veteran PGA TOUR Professional Kelly Gibson would like to invite you to his Junior Golf Camp on Wednesday, June 2 through Friday, June 4.view more
There are times when the stars line up, and the circumstances of the moment are beyond explaining.
It was mystical like when Bagger Vance appeared out of nowhere unknown to Junah while he was hitting golf balls in the darkness. On Friday, May 7, that is what happened to me at Lakewood. I look up, and it is a person I played junior golf against 40 years ago. His name is John McGough.view more
The top 50 in the World Golf Rankings, updated April 25,, is made up of 15 Americans who are all active on the PGA Tour.Â Of the remaining 35 non-Americans, 20 are active on the PGA Tour.Â The remaining 15 are not active members of the PGA Tour.Â To be active on the PGA Tour you have to earn your playing credentials and commit to playing in 15 tournaments on the PGA Tour.view more
When I was a 22 year old PGA Apprentice at Lakewood in 1977, Jim Simons won in the PGA event in New Orleans and took home a check for $35,000.
Today the winner of The Zurich Classic will take home a staggering $1,152,000. I often wonder if the PGA Tour players understand that this did not just happen overnight. They should all kiss the ground that Arnold Palmer walks on. He brought class to this great game and respected the people who came before him.view more
The Zurich Classic will feature a busy Saturday after inclement weather forced a stoppage of play in the second round early Friday afternoon in Avondale.
Play was halted at 12:57 p.m. with only 47 of 152 players completing their second round. Play was officially suspended for the day at 5:21 p.m. and will resume at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.view more
Jason Bohn fired a seven under par 65 with the TPC Louisiana course record of 64 certainly within his grasp. But he isnâ€™t complaining.view more