Purchase Web.com Tickets Using Tickets Fore Charity to benefit the MAPGA Scholarship Foundation
The web.com Mid-Atlantic Championship is fast approaching and is looking to be a great event. If you are not a PGA Member and wish to attend the tournament, we encourage you to purchase your tickets through the Mid-Atlantic Championship's Tickets Fore Charity website. During the ticket registration process, you will have the option to select the MAPGA Scholarship Foundation as your benefitting charity. 100% of the ticket sales will benefit the charity you select. For more, visit http://www.midatlanticchampionship.com/tickets-fore-charity.
2014 U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson tells us why he's a proponent of Tee It Forward and 18-time Major Champion Jack Nicklaus says that Tee It Forward is a great way to play faster, score better and have more fun. Watch their video messages now.
Ticket Process Launched for the 2014 Ryder Cup
Practice Day tickets to the 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland will be available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Monday, June 10, 2013. For tickets to the competition days, fans must complete a two-stage process that includes registering a photograph, prior to applying for tickets when the application process opens on June 10.
A Rookie No More
Defending PGA Professional National Champion Matt Dobyns had a first-hand look at Sunriver (Ore.) Resort during Media Day. The PGA head professional at Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success, N.Y., will lead a 312-player field, June 23-26, in the showcase event for PGA Professionals.
Barry wins tiebreaker, to face Lynn for D-2 men's title
Barry beat Nova Southeastern by two shots in a tiebreaker Thursday to advance to the match-play final of the NCAA Division II Men's Championship in Hershey, Pa.
USC opens up commanding 17-shot lead at NCAAs
USC will take a 17-shot lead into the final round of the NCAA Championship, but the Trojans know that weirder things have happened, thus they must remain focused.
Baldry: Seniors to leave NCAAs with degrees
Whether planning to turn pro or not, seniors will leave the NCAA Women's Championship in Athens, Ga., with degrees in hand.