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Sahith Theegala fires 62 in first round as a professional


Pepperdine grad Sahith Theegala shot 62 Monday in the opening round of an Outlaw Tour event, his first as a professional.

Tiger Woods, Harold Varner III, LPGA among those speaking out against racism, injustice


As protests continue around the country, many members of the golf community are speaking out against injustice, inequality and racism.

When each professional tour is currently scheduled to return to action


As professional golf comes to a halt because of the coronavirus, here is a look at when each tour is scheduled to resume.

PGA Tour memo says at-home virus testing 'strongly suggested' but not mandatory


A PGA Tour memo to players on Monday said at-home COVID-19 testing is actually “strongly encouraged,” but not required.

From John Augenstein to John Pak, PGA Tour U’s inaugural class is absolutely loaded


With a stacked list of potential graduates waiting in the wings, Year 1 of PGA Tour University is happening at the perfect time.

What is PGA Tour University? A detailed look at the Tour's new major


After more than three years of deliberating, constructing and fine-tuning, the PGA Tour lifted the veil Monday on PGA Tour University

PGA Tour University a major boon to both the Tour and college golf


The new PGA Tour University program unveiled Monday will incentivize players to stay in school by creating a pathway to the Korn Ferry Tour and other feeder circuits.

Georgia Tech's Andy Ogletree to play Charles Schwab Challenge


Georgia Tech senior Andy Ogletree, the reigning U.S. Amateur winner, will play in the Charles Schwab Challenge on a sponsor exemption.

Vijay Singh pulls out of Korn Ferry Tour event at TPC Sawgrass


After facing criticism earlier this month, Vijay Singh will not be in the field when the Korn Ferry Tour returns to action in two weeks.

Mackenzie Tour cancels remainder of season amid coronavirus pandemic


The Mackenzie Tour announced Friday the cancelation of the remainder of its 2020 season amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


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