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Tagged with "2024"

Jun 3rd, 2024 Article

McIntyre takes first PGA Tour win

Robert McIntyre is a winner on the PGA Tour after a single stroke victory to claim the RBC Canadian Open at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club. He steadied the ship from a bogey start and held his challengers to win his first PGA Tour title in the RBC Canadian Open, carding a final round of 68 to finish at 16 under par, a single stroke shot ahead of the home favourite Ben Griffin.

May 19th, 2024 Article

Xander Schauffele claims glory at Valhalla

Xander Schauffele got the Major monkey of his back, for so long the highest ranked golfer without a title to his name. As the Sun set on the 106th PGA Championship, Xander Shauffele deserved to be crowned champion claiming glory and honour before the golfing gods at Valhalla; where the quality and close competitiveness of the field delighted the vast swathes of spectators in the Kentucky...

May 19th, 2024 Article

Schauffele and Morikawa lead after R3

Xander Schauffele and Collin Morikawa are tied at the top of the Valhalla leaderboard ahead of the final round of the 2024 Championship. Sahith Theegala is one stroke back in second, while Shane Lowry has forced himself into contention after matching Schauffele's 62 from Thursday's opening round, including reaching the turn in 29 strokes.

May 18th, 2024 Article

Scheffler arrrested and released, Schauffele Leads

Day 2 at the PGA Championship was as surreal as it comes. At 0500 (local time), John Mills, confirmed by the PGA of America as “a worker" at the tournament, was fatally hit by a shuttle bus at the front of the club. Roughly an hour later, Scottie Scheffler was detained for reckless driving and disregarding the signals of an officer while trying to make his tee time.

May 17th, 2024 Article

Schauffele breaks Valhalla course record

Xander Schauffele exploded out of the gate to record the lowest round in US PGA Championship history (62) hitting the top of the leaderboard in the PGA Championship at Valhalla. Current Olympic champion Schauffele began from the 10th tee firing five birdies in his first nine holes and then added four on his back nine in a bogey-free display.

May 12th, 2024 Article

Rory McIlroy back to winning ways at the Wells Fargo

After 554 days, Rory McIlroy got back in the winner's circle with a commanding 5 stroke victory at the Wells Fargo Championship. It was his fourth career title at the Quail Hollow event and 26th PGA Tour title recording back-to-back PGA Tour wins.

May 8th, 2024 Article

LIV Golf Transfer WIndow Opens

LIV Golf today launched the League’s first-ever mid-season trading window to support opportunities for teams to improve their rosters during the season. Beginning today through Sunday, June 9, teams are free to negotiate trades in which a straight swap of players takes place. Both teams must agree to the trade and modifications to players’ contracts may not take place.

May 7th, 2024 Article

Gareth Bale Tees Up New Role In Golf

Gareth Bale has joined Steph Curry's 'Underrated Golf' as an ambassador for its inaugural European Tour. After his hobby caused controversy towards the end of his time at Real Madrid, Bale has doubled down on his love for the game. Ahead of retirement, he became a global ambassador for the R&A, and is frequently seen in the field at pro-ams such as the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

May 7th, 2024 Article

***Talor Gooch handed PGA Championship Invite***

Following (which should have come as no surprise, this news will.... Having attracted extensive backlash for his off-course comments comments regarding LIV Players' ineligibility for major championships, the wheels of golf have turned, once more, Talor Gooch was invited to, and has accepted entry into, the PGA Championship (16-19 May) staged at Valhalla in Louisville, Kentucky.

May 6th, 2024 Article

Taylor Pendrith wins maiden PGA Tour title at the CJ Cup

Canadian Taylor Pendrith has won his maiden PGA TOUR event, capturing THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch with a winning score of -23. Pendrith, 32, hit five birdies and a bogey to claim his first victory in 74 tour starts, his previous best finish a runner-up spot in Detroit in 2022.