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CHASKA, Minn., June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hazeltine National Golf Club today put the final exclamation point on its makeover by unveiling an original bronze Walking Man statue, created by world-renowned artist and local Minnesotan, Bill Mack.
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Tiger Woods and Y.E. Yang were tied for the lead at the midday point of the final round Sunday in the PGA Championship in Minnesota. The world's No.
Tiger Woods failed to distance himself from the field Saturday and saw his 36-hole lead cut in half with one round to play in the PGA Championship. Woods, seeking his third straight PGA Tour win and the 15th major title of his career, appeared ready to turn the event into a rout when he embarked on the third round with a four-shot cushion. That lead, however, eventually disappeared when 2008 winner Padraig Harrington moved into a tie for first place on the back nine. Harrington could not keep...
Tiger Woods held a one-shot advantage atop a crowded leaderboard Friday during the second round of the PGA Championship in Minnesota. Woods, seeking his fifth title in the tournament and his 15th overall in majors, was at 6-under-par par through nine holes at the windy Hazeltine National Golf Club.
Former champion John Daly shot a 6-over-par 78 in the PGA Championship Thursday and then withdrew because of a back injury. Daly had two late double-bogeys in his round at Hazeltine National Golf Club in the Minneapolis suburb of Chaska, Minn. The longtime crowd favorite, who also won a British Open, has lost about 80 pounds in recent months.
Tiger Woods got off to a fast start Thursday in his quest for a 15th major title, firing a 5-under-par 67 for the early lead in the PGA Championship in Minnesota. Woods held a one-stroke advantage over playing partner and defending champion Padraig Harrington, with dozens of golfers still on the course, and some yet to tee off, at the Hazeltine National Golf Club. Robert Allenby, Matthew Goggin, Alvaro Quiros and Hunter Mahan, who, like Woods and Harrington had early morning tee times, all...
The PGA is honoring 92-year-old William Powell, whose Ohio golf course is the only one in the United States designed, built and owned by an African-American. Powell will be given the PGA of America's 2009 distinguished service award Wednesday, the day before the PGA Championship gets started at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn.
Tiger Woods, getting ready for this week's PGA Championship in Minnesota, said Tuesday he won't have to pay for criticizing an official last week. I've heard from the tour.
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