PGA Tour News

Reto Stays Red-Hot in Alabama

South African Paula Reto followed up her opening 7-under 65 with a 66 to take a three-stroke lead in the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. The $1.3 million, 72-hole event started Thursday on the Senator Course in Prattville, Ala.

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McIlroy Wins PGA of America's Player of the Year & Vardon Trophy Awards

Thanks to a red-hot summer in which he won two majors, the British Open and the PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy has been named the PGA of America's Player of the Year for 2014.

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Woods Talks to Media

Tiger Woods emerged from his lair on Monday. The 14-time major champion addressed reporters during media day for the Hero World Challenge tournament. The event, to be held December 4-7 at Isleworth Country Club in Florida, benefits his Tiger Woods Foundation.

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Horschel Looks Forward to Next Challenge

Newly-crowned Tour Championship and FedEx Cup winner Billy Horschel stayed focus throughout the week in Atlanta. After firing four straight under-par rounds, the 27-year-old Floridian held off No. 1-ranked Rory McIlroy while becoming the youngest player in history to win the Cup, and with it and the Tour Championship, earned a whopping $11.44 million.

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Horschel Rolls to Tour Championship & FedEx Cup Titles

A model of consistency, Billy Horschel fired his 12th straight round in the 60s, closing with a 2-under 68 Sunday to win the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup. To the victor of the spoils in these events, and Horschel earned $1.44 million for the Tour Championship title and a $10 million bonus as the Cup winner.

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Arnie Turns 85

It's hard to believe but Arnold Palmer turned 85 years old on Wednesday. One of golf's iconic figures spent his birthday in his home state of Pennsylvania. The Latrobe native received a special gift with the naming of the new athletic field house at Latrobe High School in his honor.

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Finchem Gives State of Tour Address

The season-ending Tour Championship is coming up this Thursday, so that means PGA Tour commissioner gave his customary State of the Tour address two days prior.

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