At this year's U.S. Senior Open, Bernhard Langer, Colin Montgomerie and Kenny Perry aim to become a two-time major winner in the 2014 Champions Tour season; here are their tee times for the first two rounds.
There are three notable players who canít yet pencil an annual Tour Championship trip into their schedules; a few British Open tickets have been punched; plus more PGA Tour news from Jim McCabe.
What makes the Legends so special is it has always been golf's version of old timer's day(s). Great like Jack NIcklaus, Gary Player and Lee Trevino tee if up for the Legends of Golf at Top of the Rock.
Robby Shelton, Cory Whitsett and Justin Thomas all made Alabama proud on Monday by qualifying for the U.S. Open with continued hot play.
Blayne Barber and Billy Mayfair highlight the field of 63 at the 2014 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier in Springfield, Ohio.
Junior star and Texas A&M commit Cameron Champ fired a 5-under 65 on Sunday to take a one-shot lead at the Memorial Amateur in Carmichael, Calif.
While waiting for a Players Championship spot that never materialized, Brendon Todd's confidence in his re-tooled swing took flight -- and it showed at the HP Byron Nelson Championship in his first PGA Tour win.
The marquee group for the first two rounds of the Senior PGA Championship will include 2014 Ryder Cup U.S. captain Tom Watson sharing a tee time with Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie.
Scotsman Russell Knox made a dream come true at TPC Sawgrass during the Players Championship while Rory McIlroy found his zone, plus more news, notes and stats from the PGA Tour and beyond.
Jordan Spieth's learning experiences in Sunday final groups, as well as Russell Knox fulfilling a dream from his college days, highlight Jim McCabe's weekly notes from the PGA Tour.
Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. From now until May 19, we'll update you on all 111 local qualifiers around the United States as we see who will advance to sectional qualifying.
From Matt Every backing out of two tournaments in Texas to Jim Furyk stressing confidence over numbers, Masters preparations take different mentalities, while the age-50 set earns dual PGA Tour and Champions Tour status; plus more in our pro notes recap.
Ah, the perks of reaching age 50 in pro golf. Double the options, for some -- including Joe Durant, who will continue playing the PGA Tour when he can while adding Champions Tour events.
The early money earned by Champions Tour rookies Jeff Maggert and Billy Andrade is nothing to laugh at, but it does offer a stark reminder that the 50-year-olds aren't on the PGA Tour anymore.
Jeff Maggert earned a victory in his first Champions Tour event thanks to a final-round 68 that helped him surpass Billy Andrade by two shots at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic at Fallen Oak in Saucier, Miss.
50-year-old Billy Andrade had the low round of the day, firing a 7-under 65 to jump into a tie for the lead with Fred Funk after the second round of the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic at Fallen Oak.
Here are the first- and second-round tee times and pairings for the Colombia Championship.
The AJGA's Stephen Hamblin reminisces on his 30 years with the AJGA, and how he was given an Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant endowment in his name for over $100,000 for his long-time service to the company.
The PGA Tour signs two big sponsorship extensions despite the fact Tiger Woods tends to skip those events; Masters invitations are at stake amid shuffles around the top 50 in the world rankings; plus more in senior writer Jim McCabe's weekly notes.
As a talented group faces age 50, along comes a big decision: When to jump to the Champions Tour?
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