2016 PGA Tour schedule will feature busy summer stretch

We’re not even through the summer of ’15, but you’ll excuse us for drifting forward to the summer of ’16. Hey, it’s golf. It’s all about course-management and planning the next shot, right? Anyway, you probably have heard that next summer will be a jam-packed slate thanks to accommodations made by golf’s return to the Olympic Games for the first time since 1904, and...
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No guarantees Spieth will ever get another chance

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) The odds of a Grand Slam already were long simply because no one had ever swept the four professional majors in one year. If that's the best measure, this sobering piece of history might make Jordan Spieth feel even worse. No one ever got another chance. Dating to 1960, when Arnold Palmer hatched the modern version of the Grand Slam on his way to St. Andrews...
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Golf in The Kingdom; The Open 2015

(Hat tip to Michael Murphy on the title) Golf in the Kingdom of Fife (situated between Firth of Tay and Firth of Forth on Scotland’s east coast) has been played for 600 years at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland. St. Andrews is is acknowledged, historically or anecdotally as the Home of Golf. It’s companion course, the New Course, was opened for play in 1895. That’s...
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Palmer bids graceful goodbye to St. Andrews at British Open

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — For so much of Wednesday the atmosphere at the 144th British Open, so festive, had been overmatched by the weather, so cruel. Cold and raw, rain pelting down, then subsiding to a steady mist, only to stream down again. Gray one moment, even more gray the next, it was a day devoid of color, any semblance of enthusiasm, and certainly thrills. To hold out any...
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Team Palmer wins the Champion Challenge at St. Andrews

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) On a day for reminiscing at the home of golf, a team led by Arnold Palmer captured the Champion Golfers' Challenge. The four-hole exhibition on the eve of the British Open pitted squads comprised of past winners, with the best individual score on each hole going toward that team's total. The 85-year-old Palmer, who spawned an American invasion with his...
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AP WAS THERE: 55 years ago, Alliss shoots 66 and sets record

EDITOR'S NOTE: Arnold Palmer first played the British Open in 1960, and it was on his journey to St. Andrews that he proposed the modern concept of the Grand Slam - winning all four professional majors in the same year. It was a different era. Even though Palmer had won the Masters and U.S. Open, he still had to go through 36 holes of qualifying to get into the British Open. Everyone...
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Odds are something odd will happen to Jordan Spieth

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) Something has to go wrong for Jordan Spieth at the British Open because it always does. That was the case for Arnold Palmer when he was on the wrong end of history at St. Andrews in 1960. And for Jack Nicklaus, who could only wish he had packed his own pillow along with his golf clubs on the way to Muirfield in 1972. And for Tiger Woods, whose fiercest...
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Spieth arrives at St. Andrews, resuming Grand Slam quest

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) There was no escaping Jordan Spieth even before he arrived Monday at St. Andrews to resume his pursuit of the Grand Slam. Behind the practice range, one British television network talked to any player willing to stop. After a few gratuitous questions about the weather (cool and cloudy) and the Old Course (magnificent shape), the reporter got to the point...
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Spieth a young man on cusp of history at St. Andrews

Arnold Palmer proposed it. Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods pursued it. Those are the three biggest names in golf over the last half-century, combining for 214 wins on the PGA Tour and 39 majors. They all came to Scotland - Palmer at St. Andrews, Nicklaus and Woods at Muirfield - with hopes of a Grand Slam, the holy grail in golf. They all failed. The next opportunity falls to a 21...
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Along for the ride on Watson's farewell at St. Andrews

This was one time Luke Donald didn't mind taking 45 minutes to play a 357-yard hole. He was on the 18th hole at St. Andrews, and the company he kept that Friday afternoon in 2005 could not have been better. Donald played with Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus, giving him an unobstructed view for the farewell of golf's greatest champion. Not only was it the final round for Nicklaus at...
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For Sam Saunders, grandfather knows best

When Sam Saunders stepped up to the first tee at the 115th US Open at Chambers Bay on Thursday, he had plenty of thoughts crossing his mind. But among those ceaseless ponderings over hole locations, shot types, and green reads, Saunders focused on something else – the invaluable advice and teaching of his grandfather, the legendary Arnold Palmer, who happens to know a thing or...
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Sam Saunders looks to make impact in the US Open

When Sam Saunders steps up to the first tee at the 115th US Open at Chambers Bay on Thursday, he’ll have plenty of thoughts crossing his mind. But, among those ceaseless ponderings over hole locations, shot types, and green reads, Saunders will be focused on something else – the invaluable advice and teaching of his grandfather, the legendary Arnold Palmer, who happens to know...
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Bernhard Langer Goes Wire-To-Wire To Defend Senior Players Championship

BELMONT, Mass. — The 2015 Constellation Senior Players Championship was smooth sailing for World Golf Hall of Famer Bernhard Langer, who rebounded from last week’s career-worst performance and shot a final-round 68 Sunday at Belmont Country Club to win the tournament by six strokes. This wasn’t Langer’s first rodeo, however, as he won the 2014 Senior Players in Pittsburgh...
June 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Bernhard Langer Carries Lead Into Final Day At Senior Players Championship

BELMONT, Mass. — Bernhard Langer has an eight-stroke lead heading into the final round of the Senior Players Championship, and that doesn’t leave much hope for the golfers chasing him. The defending champion shot a 4-under 67 in the third round on Saturday and is 16 under in the third senior tour major of the year. Langer has never shot worse than 70...
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Bernhard Langer Looking To Make History At Senior Players Championship

BELMONT, Mass. – If you have the chance to put your name alongside the great Arnold Palmer, you know you’ve got a pretty special opportunity at stake. That’s the position Bernhard Langer finds himself in this weekend at the Champions’ Tour Senior Players Championship at Belmont Country Club in Belmont, Mass. The 57-year-old German descends upon...
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Nike LeBron 12 Low ‘LeBronold Palmer’

In a combination better than mixing iced tea and lemonade together. The LeBron James signature paying tribute to golfer Arnold Palmer dubbed the Nike LeBron 12 Low ‘LeBronold Palmer’ is now available at additional retailers. Low profile only in structure, these kicks are bursting with a colourful yellow upper with lush green and vibrant orange accents. Cop these today at Sneaker...
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Best Places To Play In And Near Augusta

Chances are you’re not going to play Augusta National Golf Club in your lifetime. The chances, however, are much better that you’ll attend the Masters at least once. And after seeing the immaculate vision of Bobby Jones and Alister Mackenzie, you may have a hankering to tee it up near Augusta, Ga. Here are some courses near Augusta that could fit the bill:  Champions Retreat...
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Changing of the guard at the Masters

The day began with a celebration of the past when Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer participated with a ceremonial first shot, signifying the beginning of the 79th edition of the Masters Tournament. Combined the three men have worn…Read more →
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As Big Three tee off, all eyes on Tiger, Rory at Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Three of golf's greatest players began the Masters with ceremonial tee shots. Then the focus quickly shifted to a pair of players who'll be keeping score, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player -- with 13 green jackets between them -- came out on a warm, sunny Thursday morning to give the tournament its traditional opening. "Don...
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April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Xarelto brings in big name celebrities to sell medicine

I never thought I’d get excited about a blood-thinner, but this Xarelto commercial is a tour de force of manliness I just can’t ignore. The ad features Kevin Nealon, Brian Vickers, and Arnold Palmer who at first glance are an unlikely trio. My theory is that the combination of Nealon (a big name comedian from yesteryear) Vickers (a NASCAR driver), and Arnold Palmer (famous old...
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Golf's Big Three begin Masters with ceremonial tee shots

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) 8:10 a.m. Three of the golf's greatest players delivered ceremonial tee shots to open the Masters on Thursday. Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer thrilled the patrons who crowded around the first tee shortly after sunrise. They even drew some of the players who'll be competing for real, including defending champion Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler and Keegan...
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April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Overnights Up, But Low, For PGA at Bay Hill

Overnights for the PGA Tour at Bay Hill were the highest in three years, but among the lowest since the 1990s. Final round coverage of the PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational drew a 2.1 overnight rating on NBC Sunday afternoon, up 17% from last year (1.8), up 24% from rainout coverage in 2013 (1.7), and [...]
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March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Injured Brooks Koepka withdraws during final round at Bay Hill

  Brooks Koepka withdrew from the Arnold Palmer Invitational after 11 holes Sunday because of a rib injury. Koepka makes his Masters debut in three weeks and is hopeful that a week off with rest and therapy will help. He is No. 18 in the world with wins in Turkey and Phoenix in the past five months. He says he first felt discomfort in his back on Friday before posting a 66. He had...
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March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

PGA Tour: Zach Johnson records albatross on 16th hole at Bay Hill

  Zach Johnson made the second albatross in two days at the Arnold Palmer Invitational by holing a 5-iron from 207 yards on the par-5 16th hole Sunday. There had never been an albatross at Bay Hill since it began in 1979. Now there are two. Daniel Berger made his 2 on the par-5 sixth hole in the third round Saturday. Johnson says he saw the tournament host on the 16th tee and went...
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March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Matt Every wins championship at Bay Hill for second straight year

  Matt Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the second straight year, making an 18-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at Bay Hill to beat Henrik Stenson and earn another trip back to the Masters. Every rallied from a four-shot deficit last year for his first career victory. This one was even sweeter. He came from three shots behind Sunday with a 6-under-par 66, and he had...
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March 22, 2015  |  Discuss
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