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18 May 2019 18:54
Brooks Koepka is lapping the field at the PGA Championship, leading by seven stroked after three rounds. He's also on the cusp of an all-time feat in golf.
18 May 2019 04:00
Hacker posts unflattering golf scores on Trump's account America's golfer-in-chief is caught up in another hacking scandal, but this one involves puttin' instead of Putin. Four unflattering scores of 101, 100, 108 and 102 were posted to the president's account on the Golf Handicap and Information Network on Friday, Golfweek reported. The scores were posted "in the same manner that any other golfer or club in America can post," which means it was likely a prankster that gained access to his account. "We have become aware of reports in the media questioning recent scores posted on President Trump's GHIN account," Craig Annis, managing director of communications for the United States Golf Association
18 May 2019 17:14
As Brooks Koepka prepared to start the third round at the PGA Championship with a commanding seven-stroke lead, Rory McIlroy was long done with his day, reduced to being an after-thought at a tournament he entered as the best player in the world this year. McIlroy shot a one-under-par 69 that would have been significantly better with a co-operative putter but, for someone whose career revolves around the majors, it was a jarring experience to tee off among the dew-sweepers. But the four-times major champion, who made the halfway cut with nothing to spare, said he had not earned the right to a later tee time, as the scorecard spoke for itself.
18 May 2019 21:06
Brooks Koepka is on the cusp of some elite company at the PGA Championship — in the record book, not on the leaderboard. Koepka wasn't at his best, particularly with his putter on the toughest scoring day of the championship, and he still kept everyone far enough behind to make the final round feel more like a victory lap. With an even-par 70 that featured a pair of three-putt bogeys, he kept a seven-shot lead and earned another entry in the record book with the largest lead since the PGA Championship switched to stroke play in 1958.
18 May 2019 20:56
Brooks Koepka maintained his seven-stroke lead at the PGA Championship shooting even par in his third round.
18 May 2019 19:30
Leaders after at 54 holes Brooks Koepka (69, 198) – Two early birdies, but then started making errors as he neared the turn and continued it afterward. However, he limited the damage to just two bogeys during that spell before adding a late birdie and bogey. Ranks first for SG: Tee to Green (17.299), SG: Approach the Green (11.159), Greens in Regulation (79.63%) and Scrambling (81.82%).
18 May 2019 14:48
Rory McIlroy conceded runaway leader Brooks Koepka was playing golf on a “different level” as his major drought continued in the US PGA Championship. McIlroy's second US PGA title at Valhalla in 2014 remains his last to date and the 30-year-old was never in contention at Bethpage after opening rounds of 72 and 71 on Long Island. The former world number one had even looked set for an early exit after dropping five shots in his first three holes on Friday to slump to seven over par, but played his last six holes in four under to make the cut with a shot to spare. But although he started round three with a front nine of 32, McIlroy had to settle for a 69 to finish two over par and 14 shots behind
18 May 2019 03:00
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Saturday was moving day for the Duke women's golf program as the Blue Devils carded an 11-under-par ledger to take the team lead before play was suspended at 12:15 p.m., local time due to incoming inclement weather. At approximately 5 p.m., the NCAA committee announced there would be not more golf played Saturday and the tournament will resume action Sunday morning at 11 a.m. (ET). The tournament has also been shortened from 72 holes to 54 holes. After shooting a 13-over-par, 305, in the opening round Friday, the Blue Devils came out on fire in the second round. Opening on hole No. 1 Saturday, Duke collected 13 birdies on the front nine and made the turn at six-under-par.
17 May 2019 12:41
Santa Clara Announces Plans For Massive Development Where Popular Golf Course Sits Santa Clara has announced plans for a new development in the heart of Silicon Valley where a popular golf course sits.
17 May 2019 17:00
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — The Jazz man from Thailand made some music at the PGA Championship on Friday, and it was really good. So remember this name: Jazz Janewattananond. He is a 23-year-old playing in his first PGA Championship. He has shot rounds of 70 and 68 and his 2 under total has him on the leaderboard at Bethpage Black, even if his full last name doesn't fit. "My expectation was to come out here and have some fun and see what majors are all about," Janewattananond said. "It's the first time on the East Coast. I am enjoying myself. I am really happy I put up a good score, so it exceeded my expectations for sure." Before talking about his golf game, let's get to the basics. His family
18 May 2019 17:50
Caption Close FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Majors at Bethpage Black seem to bring out the best in Lucas Glover. The 39-year-old won the U.S. Open in 2009 by two shots on the Long Island public course and is playing on the weekend in the PGA Championship. Glover shot his second straight 1-under 69 on Saturday and finished 54 holes at even par. Not bad for a guy who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after missing the cut at the U.S. Open at the start of last summer. The hard part for many, Glover included, is remembering it's been 10 years since he won the national title. "Somedays, it feels like yesterday and other times it feels like 20 years," Glover said after his third round. "I was back for
17 May 2019 13:59
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — John Daly and his bum right knee rode away from the PGA Championship happy to get the chance to play, even with the aid of a cart that caused some controversy. Daly shot a 6-over 76 on Friday and finished 36 holes at Bethpage Black at 11 over, a score that will miss the cut for the weekend. The results were not surprising, considering the 53-year-old Daly has been playing in the PGA Tour Champions, a 50-and-older circuit that allows for carts, since 2016, winning once in 2017. He has not won on the PGA Tour since capturing the 2004 Buick Open. The decision by the PGA of America to allow Daly to use a cart in this event because of his arthritic right knee has been an issue
18 May 2019 03:00
DAVIDSON, N.C. – For the second time over her last three Symetra Tour starts, Duke University alumna Leona Maguire is a winner as she carded a 10-under-par ledger to win the Symetra Classic by five strokes at the River Run Country Club in Davidson, N.C. Maguire, a 2018 Duke graduate, turned in a bogey-free, six-under-par, 66, in the final round Friday. She opened the tournament with rounds of 70 and 69 on her way to finishing with a 10-under, 206. Maguire earned a check of $26,250 and now leads the money list with a total of $73,790. “It was nice that I could sort of cruise in a little bit today,” said Maguire. “I got pushed down the stretch a lot by Steph [Na] and EJ [Seong]. This one is special,
18 May 2019 15:30
Former Marin County Golf Course To Be Converted To Public Land A landmark property in the San Geronimo Valley in Marin County is to be converted into public land and local residents are being asked for their input on the project. Anne Makovec reports. (5/17/19)
18 May 2019 14:16
BOSTON (CBS) – Police are investigating a body found at the William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park in Dorchester. Police received a call for a brush fire at the golf course at about 5 p.m. Saturday. Upon arrival, police found a body. Boston police have initiated a death investigation. The cause of death has not been determined, and the identity of the victim has not been released.
18 May 2019 20:02
GRANBY, Mass. (WWLP) - One local organization is working to inspire adverse youth in the community.  I Found Light Against All Odds hosted its 3rd annual golf tournament Saturday at the Westover Golf Course in Granby. The non-profit provides at-risk youth and their families the tools and opportunities to break the cycle of poverty. Money raised in Saturday's "Charity Scramble Golf Tournament" will go towards scholarships for local students. CEO and President of the non-profit, Stefan Davis told 22News the large turnout shows the community cares and wants to make a change.  "That there's many people that want to make a change, i want to help this population," Davis said. "We're not forgetting
     
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