No fewer than 30 players with strong ties to Southern Nevada are playing on the PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, LPGA Tour, Web.com Tour or LPGA Symetra Tour.
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Legendary golf course architect Rees Jones is known as the U.S. Open Doctor because of his renovation work on Bethpage Black, Torrey Pines South and five other U.S. Open courses.
Pete Egoscue, a self-taught therapist who developed the Egoscue Method, wrote in his book in 1998 that Tiger Woods would battle injuries throughout his career if he didn’t take the proper precautions.
Former UNLV star golfers Dana Finkelstein and Therese O’Hara qualified for the LPGA Tour this year and opened the season last week at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic.
John Turk, who spent 22 years in the U.S. Air Force flying fighter jets, was one of several honorees feted Monday at Bear’s Best Las Vegas during the annual SNGA awards dinner.
Dr. Mark Guadagnoli believes golfers should focus on the mind when trying to improve their scores, but not many professionals, and even fewer amateurs, actually spend time fine tuning the mental approach.
Anthem Country Club professional Troy Helseth was too humble to admit how dominant a player he has been in the PGA of America, Southwest Section, Southern Nevada Chapter in the past three years, but the numbers reveal the truth.
Las Vegas teaching professional Clif Vanetti will be named the instructor of the year for the PGA of America, Southwest Section, Southern Nevada Chapter on Tuesday at Las Vegas Country Club.
There are many reasons to support Las Vegas’ annual PGA Tour event, the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Perhaps the most important is the positive impact made by the tournament hosts.
The SilverStone Golf Club case returns to federal and bankruptcy courts this week to continue the legal fighting between residents and the new and former owners.
With the calendar winding down on 2016, it’s safe to say it was a good year for tour professionals with strong ties to Las Vegas.
No fewer than 11 cowboys competing in the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center listed golf as a hobby in their bios, including reigning world champion bull rider Sage Kimzey.
Aspiring pro golfer Jennifer Hahn, who played at Green Valley High School, will be one of the more interested viewers Thursday when Tiger Woods returns to the PGA Tour.
In September, Moore played in the international team event for the first time and his victory over Lee Westwood in the Sunday singles matches at Hazeltine in Minnesota clinched the cup for the United States.
Chris Riley said he thinks the best message he can instill in the UNLV players is to keep the right frame of mind, no matter the situation.