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This is going to be one special weekend for Carbondale, Illinois native Jerry Tucker.
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"Last year, I sort of snuck in under the radar," the 54-year-old Englishman said Wednesday, a day before the start of play at Bellerive Country Club.
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The sport's governing bodies the United States Golf Association and the R&A in Europe officially adopted Rule 14-1b which, simply, makes anchoring the club illegal while putting.
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Ernie Els would not have won last year's British Open without the aid of a belly putter, the South African four-times major champions said on Wednesday.
Hallberg was a state high school champion at Barrington, an Illinois Open winner twice, an NCAA champion at Wake Forest and the first player to earn PGA Tour playing privileges without going to qualifying school.
What a shame that the Leveson inquiry into ethics in journalism isn't still going on, because quite frankly I could do with some advice.
Golf's governing bodies have ruled that the use of controversial anchored putters will be banned from 2016, following several months of consultation that drew strong U.S. opposition to the planned change.
In a year of significant change for the RACV Royal Pines Resort, the Gold Coast resort has announced the appointment of two key positions to its golfing administration.
The Senior PGA has announced that Fred Couples has withdrawn from this week's tournament at Bellerive Country Club in St.
South Korea's Bae Sang-Moon won his first US PGA title on Sunday, firing a one-under par 69 to win the $6.7 million Byron Nelson Championship by two strokes over American Keegan Bradley.
With the 74th Senior PGA Championship being held at Bellerive Country Club near Creve Coeur this weekend, several roads in St.
CROWNE PLAZA INVITATIONAL AT COLONIAL, Colonial Country Club, Ft. Worth, Texas - Jason Dufner came to Colonial last year the week after winning for the second time on the PGA Tour.
Dow Finsterwald Jr. arrived in Fort Worth 26 years ago as green as historic Colonial's lush fairways, but what he lacked in résumé credentials he more than made up for with a princely golfing pedigree and gumption.
Keegan Bradley, trying to win the Byron Nelson Championship for the second time in three years, fired a two-under par 68 Saturday and clung to a one-stroke lead over South Korea's Bae Sang-Moon. In windy conditions at the par-70 TPC Four Seasons Resort course, Bradley closed with a bogey for the third round in a row but the American still stood ... (more)
Unlike the first round, Bradley didn't set a course record. But he still finished with a three-stroke lead.