PGA Tour News

Chalmers Survives Seven-Hole Playoff to Win Australian PGA

After closing with a brilliant 8-under 64 at the RACV Royal Pines course in Queensland to overcome a seven-stroke deficit in the final round, Greg Chalmers had to play seven more holes before finally being declared the winner of the Australian PGA.

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Fritsch Wins Web.com Tour Qualifying Going Away

Brad Fritsch finished atop the grueling six-round Web.com Tour Q-School on Tuesday with a closing 5-under 66 and a 108-hole total of 27-under 402 at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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Canada's Henderson Turns Pro

Brooke Henderson, a 17-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ontario, has turned pro. On Thursday the teenager signed with International Management Group and Ping equipment to make the career move official.

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Grace Caps off Wire-to-Wire Win in Alfred Dunhill Championship

Branden Grace closed with a 4-under 68 to win the Alfred Dunhill Championship going away. The full-field European Tour event took place at Leopard Creek Country in Malelane, South Africa.

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McIlroy Addresses Golf's Shrinking Participation

Rory McIroy said he believes golf could do a better job of attracting young players. The top-ranked player in the world told BBC Radio 4 that to do that the pace of the game needs to be accelerated.

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Day & Tringale Victorious at Franklin Templeton Shootout

Jason Day and Cameron Tringale made good use of their opening 17-under 55 in the opening round scramble, holding on to win by a stroke in the Franklin Templeton Shootout.

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Team Langer Wins PNC Father/Son Challenge

It's no surprise that Bernhard Langer has won another golf tournament this year on the Champions Tour. But this time the 57-year-old German, already a five-time winner, had some help.

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Jay's Golf Awards for 2014 - The Jazzys

by Jay Flemma

It's that time of year again when everyone leads off their holiday articles with "It's that time of year again when…" It's also that time of year when Cybergolf gives out its annual year-end awards, celebrating the great, the good, the not so good, and the downright appalling of the 2014 sports year. So pass the peppermint cappuccino, the fra diavolo and the rum cake, put up the artificial laser-light Christmas tree that you can clean with Formula 409, and burn grandma's bad Christmas sweater, as we take a look back on the year that was.

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PGA Tour Tweaks FedEx Cup

On Thursday PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced some alterations to the FedEx Cup system.

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20 Players Earn LPGA Tour Cards for 2015

Twenty players survived 90 holes - with another three enduring a three-hole playoff - at the final qualifying tournament to earn priority status on next year's LPGA Tour. California's Alison Lee carded an even-par 72 Sunday at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., to share medalist honors with Australian Minjee Lee.

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