This year’s class is made up of longtime course superintendent and volunteer Bill Rohret, developer and benefactor Irwin Molasky, long drive legend Mike Dunaway (1955-2014) and former Las Vegas resident and PGA Tour player Dean Wilson.
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Patrick Lindsey, who is in his second year as tournament director for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, is hoping to attract 45,000 to this year’s PGA Tour event, scheduled for Nov. 3 to 6 at TPC Summerlin.
In late August after missing the Web.com Tour Finals and a chance to earn PGA Tour status, Las Vegan Craig Barlow made the decision to stop playing competitively.
It’s never too early to write about Las Vegas’ PGA Tour event, the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. For the first time, the Shriners is scheduled to be played November 3 to 6 at TPC Summerlin, two weeks later than in 2015.
Out of golf for more than a year, Tiger Woods said Wednesday he hopes to play the first event of the PGA Tour season next month and could play as much as twice more before the end of the year.
Hardly a week goes by on the PGA Tour without a former UNLV golfer showing up on the leaderboard. Last week at The Barclays it was Adam Scott, Ryan Moore and Charley Hoffman each finishing in the top 13.
Ryan Moore, who is the best UNLV golfer in history, won the John Deere Classic last weekend and is playing very good golf lately.
Much like how the Consumer Electronics Show and the MAGIC show serve those industries, the PGA event does the same for the golf industry.
Western High grad and Golf Channel reporter Jerry Foltz hopes reinstating golf will grow the game, and that 150-pound rodents will stay off the fairways in Brazil.
Most golfers only see their local PGA of America professional in the clubhouse or on the lesson tee, but these pros do more than grow the game and serve the public.
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