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Lee McCoy officially hires caddie ‘Pepsi’ Hale, signs with Callaway at U.S. Open sectionals
[ Nov 11, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Adam Schupak   |  Access: Free ]
Lee McCoy officially joined the play-for-pay ranks today at U.S. Open sectional qualifying. McCoy, a former Walker Cup player and Golfweek First Team All-American as a Georgia Bulldog, sported Under Armour apparel and a Callaway hat and a pro’s oversized golf bag. [Read More]

Beau Hossler will skip senior season at Texas to turn pro
[ Jul 7, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Alan Etzler   |  Access: Free ]
Texas’ Beau Hossler announced Thursday on his Instagram that he will skip his senior season to join the pro ranks. Hossler’s post read in part: After months of weighing options and discussing with my loved ones, I have decided to turn professional and forgo my Senior year at The University of Texas. [Read More]

Top amateur Jon Rahm turns pro following U.S. Open
[ Jun 20, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Brentley Romine   |  Access: Free ]
Hello, world. Jon Rahm, the world’s top-ranked amateur, is now officially a professional. The former Arizona State standout and two-time Hogan Award winner made the move after earning low-amateur honors with a T-23 finish at the U.S. Open. Read More.

Justin Rose inks apparel deal with Adidas
[ Jun 15, 2016   |  Source: Golf WRX   |  Author: Zak Kozuchowski   |  Access: Free ]
In May, Adidas announced that it was actively seeking a buyer for its golf equipment brands (TaylorMade and Adams), as well as its golf-lifestyle apparel brand, Ashworth. The company made it clear, however, that it wanted to remain in the golf shoe/apparel space with its Adidas Golf brand, which is where Justin Rose’s new contract comes into play. [Read More]

Charlie Danielson to wrap up amateur career with two huge events
[ Jun 14, 2016   |  Source: The Sun   |  Author: Ron Jasperson   |  Access: Free ]
Sometimes it takes a little adversity to make you realize how much you want something. Osceola’s Charlie Danielson is on the cusp of turning pro in golf but at one time he didn’t know how much the game meant to him. “I never loved golf until I had my two knee surgeries in middle school,” Danielson said. Read More.

New pro Mariah Stackhouse and KPMG sign rare endorsement deal
[ Jun 8, 2016   |  Source: Golf Digest   |  Author: Ron Sirak   |  Access: Free ]
Sammamish, Washington -  It’s not often a player announces they are turning pro and in the same breath says they’ve already banked a major endorsement deal, especially in women’s golf where the gravy train lugging lucrative logos doesn’t stop as often as it does for the men. [Read More]

Alabama star golfer Robby Shelton turning pro
[ May 31, 2016   |  Source:   |  Author: Matt Zenitz   |  Access: Free ]
Alabama golfer Robby Shelton announced following the NCAA Championships on Monday that he is bypassing his senior season with the Tide and turning pro. A three-time first-team All-SEC selection and two-time All-American, Shelton finished tied for sixth at the NCAA Championships with a score of 1-over par 281. Read More.

The Zealot: Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau is on a mission, and golf is only a part of it
[ Apr 23, 2016   |  Source: Golf Digest   |  Author: Jaime Diaz   |  Access: Free ]
Certain golfers seem destined to enter the game's history as genuine characters. Of course, top performers often only appear to be so­, because even normal traits placed under a magnifying glass can start to look like eccentricities. [Read More]

Golf Legend Phil Mickelson May Have Missed The Masters But Still Hits The Mark
[ Apr 21, 2016   |  Source: QPolitical   |  Access: Free ]
Although he didn’t make the cut for this year’s Masters, Phil Mickelson is known for his powerful left-handed golf swing and contagious charisma. But there are a few things about Mickelson that many don’t know. Phil Mickelson is a proud family man. And if you meet him in person, you’ll quickly learn that he’s unashamed to tell you so. [Read More]

Bryson DeChambeau ready for pro debut at RBC Heritage, signs with Cobra Puma and Bridgestone
[ Apr 13, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Jim McCabe   |  Access: Free ]
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina -  Resplendent in top to bottom black, Bryson DeChambeau strolled into the media center at the RBC Heritage Tuesday to officially say hello to the world as a professional golfer. Two days after finishing tied for 21st in the Masters, what still was at the heart of the smile on his face was the 18-foot putt for birdie on the 72nd hole. Read More.

Spieth doesn't help fatigue with Singapore jaunt
[ Jan 31, 2016   |  Source: Golf Channel   |  Author: Will Gray   |  Access: Free ]
After waiting an extra day, Jordan Spieth returned to the 18th green at the Singapore Open and calmly rolled in a 5-foot birdie putt. He offered a halfhearted fist pump. He waved politely to the crowd. He even shared a fist bump with agent-turned-caddie Jay Danzi. [Read More]

Ryan Ruffels goes pro
[ Jan 15, 2016   |  Source: Australian Golf Union   |  Author: Mark Hayes   |  Access: Free ]
Victorian prodigy Ryan Ruffels has turned pro to take on the US PGA Tour. Until today Australia’s top amateur, the Melbourne prodigy has already secured two invitations to play on world golf’s biggest stage and will head to the United States next week to prepare for his professional debut. [Read More]

Sang-Moon Bae Begins Two Years of Military Service
[ Nov 18, 2015   |  Source:   |  Author: Kiley Bense   |  Access: Free ]
Despite South Korea’s emergence as a global power in golf, a bid this year by a star South Korean player to postpone his mandatory military service in order to keep pursuing his career was unsuccessful. Sang-Moon Bae, a two-time PGA Tour winner, starts his term of service this week. [Read More]

Schmitz halts Masters GoFundMe after raising $25K
[ Oct 25, 2015   |  Source: Golf Channel   |  Author: Will Gray   |  Access: Free ]
U.S. Mid-Amateur champ Sammy Schmitz has stopped accepting donations to help fund his Masters preparation after raising more than $25,000 in less than three days. Schmitz, 35, lives in River Falls, Wis., and is a regional director for a health care company. Read More.

Policy board approves military exemtpion for Bae
[ Jul 29, 2015   |  Source: Golf Channel   |  Author: Rex Hoggard   |  Access: Free ]
Gainsville, Virginia -  The PGA Tour policy board approved an adjustment to its regulations on Monday that will now treat mandatory military service similar to the way medical exemptions are handled when it comes to future status. The issue was prompted by Sangmoon Bae, who must return to South Korea this year to serve in that country’s military for 21 months. Read More.

Amateur star Ollie Schniederjans goes pro, with help from friend
[ Jul 23, 2015   |  Source: PGA of America   |  Author: Steve Hummer   |  Access: Free ]
Atlanta, Georgia -  In the tumult of Monday's Open Championship finish, for just a moment, the artisan who so meticulously etches the winner's name onto the old Claret Jug faced his worst nightmare. Ollie Schniederjans was contending. [Read More]

A Better-Than-Ever Rory McIlroy?
[ Jun 17, 2015   |  Source: New York Times   |  Author: Jeff Shain   |  Access: Free ]
When everything is in sync, Rory McIlroy is every bit the world-beater he’s cracked up to be. One only has to look back to early May to see the world’s top-ranked player at his finest. Two weeks after dispatching all challengers to win the WGC Match Play, McIlroy was setting records with his seven-shot romp at the Wells Fargo Championship. Read More.

Golf's Golden Dropout
[ Jun 17, 2015   |  Source: New York Times   |  Author: Karen Crouse   |  Access: Free ]
University Place, Washington -  Well before Jordan Spieth was fitted for a Masters green jacket in April, he acquired a nickname from a few PGA Tour players, who took one look at his pinchable face, impeccable manners and bulletproof game and anointed him the Golden Child. His other peer group, consisting of friends he grew up with in Dallas, gave him a different nickname. Read More.

Letter to My Younger Self
[ Jun 15, 2015   |  Source: The Players Tribune   |  Author: Greg Norman   |  Access: Free ]
ar Greg, Right now, you’re just a crazy 14-year-old kid from Australia whose entire life revolves around bareback horse riding, scuba diving and surfing. Given that, it’s probably going to come as a surprise for me to tell you that someday you will be considered one of the best golfers on the planet. Seriously, golf. Read More.

DeChambeau makes FedEx St. Jude Classic cut in Tour debut
[ Jun 12, 2015   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Andy Zunz   |  Access: Free ]
Bryson DeChambeau made two double bogeys on Friday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, but he was able to hold on for a 1-over 71 and make the cut in his PGA Tour debut. DeChambeau, a rising senior at SMU and the NCAA individual champion, opened his day with two straight birdies after he started at No. Read More.

DeChambeau follows unique path to NCAA title
[ Jun 1, 2015   |  Source: Golf Channel   |  Author: Ryan Lavner   |  Access: Free ]
Bradenton, Florida -  Bryson DeChambeau didn’t see the dramatic ending here at Concession. Didn’t need to, because the roar at 18 told him all he needed to know. [Read More]

Calvin Peete, pioneer and THE PLAYERS 1985 champion, passes away at age 71
[ Apr 29, 2015   |  Source: PGA Tour   |  Author: Laura Neal   |  Access: Free ]
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida -  With THE PLAYERS Championship set to start next week, the PGA TOUR mourns the loss of Calvin Peete, a winner of the event 30 years ago and a pioneer who overcame great physical hardship to become a dominant TOUR player in the 1980s. Peete died this morning in Atlanta, Ga. He was 71. Read More.

Corey Conners turns pro, signs with Ping
[ Apr 16, 2015   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Andy Zunz   |  Access: Free ]
Corey Conners has signed with Ping, and agreement that begins this week as he opens his pro career at the PGA Tour's RBC Heritage. Conners, a 23-year-old out of Listowel, Ontario, was a four-year standout at Kent State before graduating in 2014. During his amateur career, Conners finished runner-up at the 2014 U.S. Read More.

Harrington takes lead, rain suspends play
[ Feb 28, 2015   |  Source: PGA Tour   |  Access: Free ]
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida -  Padraig Harrington has the lead going into Sunday at The Honda Classic. Thanks to rain that washed out the third round, it will still feel like Saturday. Harrington found his form and finished off 12 holes in the second round Saturday morning for a 4-under 66 to take a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed. [Read More]

Punahou amateur golfer misses cut at Sony Open
[ Jan 18, 2015   |  Source: khon2   |  Author: Sam Spangler   |  Access: Free ]
The 8th youngest player to ever make a cut on the PGA Tour, Punahou’s own 16-year-old Kyle Suppa, teed it up for the third round of the Sony Open Saturday afternoon at the Waialae Country Club. [Read More]

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