Aspiring tour professionals hope to earn coveted spots on the Korn Ferry Tour, which can lead to PGA Tour status.
While many of the world’s top-ranked golfers played the Shriners Open last weekend, “Golf’s 5th Major,” the Lakeshore Open, was decided at Phil Tom’s home.
The 42-year-old missed the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open last year because of a scheduling conflict, the first time he hasn’t played in the local event since 2006.
Former UNLV walk-on Alex Jordan shot even par 72 in a pre-qualifier last Thursday and advanced to the PGA Tour’s Safeway Open Monday qualifier.
Should PGA Tour and LPGA Tour players be labeled with numbers just as racers and PGA Jr. League competitors are?
Last week, Jeff Reid, Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort general manager, shared a vast photograph collection he and his wife, Miki, had preserved since 2010.
Doug Ghim is just one of a few dozen PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Tour Champions, Symetra LPGA Tour and LPGA Tour players who have strong ties to Las Vegas.
If the 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open was a UFC bout, it would have earned fight of the night.
It’s that time of year when many golf courses undergo the dreaded overseeding process. It’s expensive for course owners and a major inconvenience for golfers.
Vegas ties are once again part of the PGA Fashion Demo Experience that returned to Las Vegas on Tuesday and Wednesday.