Golf News

  • Snedeker wins Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

    Brandt Snedeker didn't have to take a back seat to anyone at Pebble Beach.A runner-up to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson each of the last two weeks, Snedeker finished off a record performance Sunday with a seven-under-par 65 for a two-shot victory over Chris Kirk in the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.Snedeker holed a 10-foot birdie on the 17th hole, and then ta ...

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  • Silvers hopes to make most of Big Break

    By Lance Hanlin Mark Silvers knew his game was good enough. Since turning professional in 2010, the 25-year-old Savannah resident has proven his golf ability, winning 15 events on various mini-tours. To realize his lifelong goal of playing on the PGA Tour, he just needed to catch a break. The former Savannah Country Day and University of South Carolina g ...

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  • Golf remains valuable sport for businessmen

    For business professionals, turning off the cell phone and spending the day on the golf course remains one of the greatest ways to build and maintain solid business relationships. Some people may think of golf as a hobby, time of leisure, relaxation, and fun. However more statistics have proven that the golf course is often where business deals get made. The ...

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  • Mickelson caps wire-to-wire victory

    In his 24th appearance at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Phil Mickelson carded an opening round60 and was never headed, posting a wire-to-wire, four-stroke victory, his 41st career win on thePGA Tour. Mickelson started the final round with a six-stroke lead over 2012 FedExCup championBrandt Snedeker but Snedeker closed the gap to three strokes several t ...

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  • PGA Merchandise Show has industry enthusiastic about 2013

    The 60th PGA Merchandise Show, held Jan. 23-26 in Orlando, Fla., celebrated its six-decade history while launching what many believed to be the most vibrant PGA Show Week in recent history to begin a strong 2013 for the golf industry. The 2013 PGA Merchandise Show brought together more than 1,000 companies and brands introducing new and innovative golf equip ...

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  • Tiger Woods earns 75th PGA Tour win at Torrey Pines

    Tiger Woods secured his 75th PGA Tour win with a runaway victory at Torrey Pines. He ranks second in all-time PGA Tour career wins.Helping capture his seventh Farmers Insurance Open victory was his full bag of 14 Nike Golf clubs, including his Nike Method 001 putter. The Method franchise features Nike's polymetal groove technology, generating a faster forwar ...

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  • PGA Merchandise Show comes to a close

    The 60th PGA Merchandise Show closed Saturday and celebrated its history while launching what many believed to be the most vibrant PGA Show Week in recent history to begin a strong 2013 for the golf industry. The 2013 PGA Merchandise Show brought together more than 1,000 companies and brands along with more than 43,000 PGA professionals, buyers and industry ...

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  • Tiger returns to Torrey Pines for Farmers Insurance Open

    Tiger Woods, winner of a record six Farmers Insurance Opens, will compete in the 2013 Farmers Insurance Open, a PGA Tour event which will be played Jan. 24-27 at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Calif.It will be Woods’ first appearance to the Farmers Insurance Open since 2011.  His last victory at Torrey Pines came in 2008 where he started th ...

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  • Study: Amateur golfers feel belly putter rule will have minimal impact on game

    Golf Datatech, LLC, an independent research firm for consumer, trade and retail golf trends, has released a first-of-its-kind study developed to evaluate the reaction of "serious golfers" to the U.S. Golf Association's proposed new ruling that would prohibit anchoring the putter to the body while making a stroke. The study, which is being announced prior to ...

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  • Brian Gay wins Humana Challenge playoff

    Scott Stallings' chip on the par-5 sixth skidded and released instead of checking up, leading to a lost-shot par.He missed a 2-footer on the next hole for his first bogey in four days in the Humana Challenge, then watched a short birdie try catch the edge and stay out on the eighth.A few holes later, the five-stroke lead he took into the final round was long ...

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