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Last Updated on Sunday, 11 December 2016 20:27 Sunday, 11 December 2016 20:17
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida — Jimmy Walker’s march to a PGA Championship; the 41st Ryder Cup, one of the most riveting in the history of golf’s ultimate spectacle; and an in-depth retrospective of the PGA of America Centennial Celebration debut in back-to-back hour specials, Tuesday, December 13, on Golf Channel.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 11:24 Tuesday, 29 November 2016 10:38
Golfer Violently Attacked, Severely Injured, By Man In Group That Hit Into Them
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2016 18:16 Tuesday, 25 October 2016 18:07
CHARLESTON, South Carolina — Golf icon Jack Nicklaus and Delaware North, a global hospitality and food service company, formally celebrated the grand opening of the Jack Nicklaus Golden Bear Grill at Charleston International Airport (CHS) in South Carolina, a 1,234-square-foot restaurant space that seats up to 80 guests in the airport’s main terminal. The restaurant began operations in September as part of the airport’s ongoing Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program, becoming the second Jack Nicklaus-branded restaurant to open this year. The restaurant concept was introduced in July 2016 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 October 2016 06:43 Thursday, 06 October 2016 06:33
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey — The Presidents Cup hosted Captains’ Day to celebrate the one-year countdown to the 2017 event, and it was soon apparent why the festivities were being held at the Oculus at the World Trade Center; PGA TOUR Deputy Commissioner and COO Jay Monahan announced that in conjunction with next year’s event – to be held at Liberty National Golf Club, in nearby Jersey City, N.J., September 26-October 1 – the Presidents Cup will bring the Presidents Cup Fan Experience to The Oculus and its 300,000-plus daily commuters, free of charge.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September 2016 06:45 Tuesday, 27 September 2016 06:39
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota (Steve Karnowski/AP) — It’s hard to imagine a more prime location for an out-of-town Ryder Cup spectator to spend the night than Jason Wendlandt’s two-bedroom home.
It’s 80 feet from the main entrance to Hazeltine National, the course in the Minneapolis suburb of Chaska that’s hosting the prestigious international golf tournament this weekend. It’s well inside the tight, extended security perimeter.
And it’s $900 a night, sleeps four people and offers a view over Lake Hazeltine.
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