In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week! Catch up on this week’s local golf news: PGA Tour’s Fortinet Championship: Smotherman in debut not far from hometown of Loomis He looked back on a practice round that he had played earlier in the day with Jon Rahm,… Continue reading →
Sacramento-native and Morton Golf Foundation Board Member Kevin Sutherland made a 4-foot birdie putt on the ninth playoff hole to beat Paul Broadhurst on Monday in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship held at the Phoenix Country Club in uncharacteristically chilly Arizona.
Back-to-Back Professional Tournaments are going to be Played at Ozarks National and Buffalo Ridge
With over 4 billion videos viewed per day, the age of YouTube is definitely upon us. Golfers disagree whether YouTube is positive or negative for the sport. Either way, some golf-related YouTube channels have taken off. Today we will take a look at the biggest golf channels on YouTube Rick Shiels Golf One of the… Continue reading →
Many people dream of being able to turn their passion into a career. How then does someone turn their love for golf into a lifelong career? To answer that question we will look at six different career paths in golf. Obviously, there are other career options. Be sure to share your own unique story in… Continue reading →
The PGA of America, the PGA TOUR and the City and County of San Francisco have announced a partnership that will bring the 2020 PGA Championship, The Presidents Cup 2025 and the 2015 World Golf Championships-Match Play Championship to TPC Harding Park, a municipal course owned by the City and County of San Francisco. The… Continue reading →
The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum recently released the PGA TOUR and International ballots for its Class of 2012. Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk and Loren Roberts are the newest players added to the PGA TOUR Ballot and Miguel Angel Jimenez is the latest addition to the International Ballot, all four having met the… Continue reading →