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Kuramoto Sets Pace at Senior PGA Championship

Japan's Massy Kuramoto was the only player to break par Thursday during a chilly opening round of the Senior PGA Championship. The $2.75 million major - the second in a week on the Champions Tour - is

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First Round of Crowne Plaza Invitational Delayed by Bad Weather

A three-hour rain delay threw a wrench into the schedule of the 72-hole Crowne Plaza Invitational. The $6.5 million PGA Tour event began Thursday at C

Molinari Goes up by Two at BMW PGA Championship; McIlroy Cards 71

Francesco Molinari fired a 7-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead at the BMW PGA Championship. The European Tour major began Thursday at the Wentworth C

Restored City Park Keeps New Orleans Golfers in the Swing

by Steve Habel

All the talk surrounding public golf in New Orleans these days is about the ground-breaking and continuing constructi

Architect Shows Flair for Cart Path Camouflage

Architect Drew Rogers has delivered to both private club clients the re-contoured putting surfaces, re-grassed fairways and rebuilt bunkers one would

Salt Lake City to Shutter Three Courses

In a scenario that's been played out around the U.S. for nearly the past decade, Salt Lake City officials have decided to close three money-lo

GCSAA Awards 'Outreach' Grants to Nine Local Chapters

Nine affiliate chapters of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) have received grants for 2015 totaling $26,500 to promot

The One-time Golf Lesson - How to Hook the Latent Golfer

by Nancy Berkley

On May 6th, the day before the PGA Tour Player's Championship began, the leaders of the five major golf association

California Course Shows How to Conserve Precious Water

Golf courses across California are grappling with the drought and the Governor's mandate to cut water use by 25 percent. A private community in Carmel