May 29, 2011 - 3:00am
They don't call Saturday "moving day" for nothing; Sunday is sure to be a 'doozy' at the Senior PGA Championship with a few familiar names near the top.
Saturday action at Valhalla brought a lot of movement around the top of the leaderboard. Kiyoshi Murota (-9) of Japan remains the leader heading into Sunday, but he shares the lead with 4-time Senior PGA Champion Hale Irwin who double-bogeyed his final hole on Saturday. Other...
May 28, 2011 - 6:00am
Today marks the third day of the 72nd Senior PGA championship, and in a tournament marked by unpredictable weather and upsets, this third round is sure to be exciting.
Once again later rounds of play were postponed in the 72nd annual Senior PGA at Valhalla on Friday night. None the less, there was plenty of golf to satiate even the most ardent fan and going into the championship rounds, beginning Saturday morning the leader board has seen its share of shifting.
May 27, 2011 - 2:21pm
Memorial day weekend in Louisville will see the continuation of both the Senior PGA championship at Valhalla as well as the Bats continued longest home stand of the year.
On Thursday the Louisville Bats embarked on their longest home stand of the season, while the game saw the Bats fall to the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees, the series which is set to end Sunday could be quickly turned around during the memorial day weekend. Following the Yankees, the Bats will...
May 26, 2011 - 10:11pm
At the 72nd Senior PGA Championship, KitchenAid has brought cooking and golf together to provide a wonderful hands-on opportunity for fans to take a break from the golf and check out what their products can do.
When you first hear PGA and KitchenAid are working together for the 72nd Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla, you kind of think “Those two things don’t really go together.” KitchenAid has a full slate of celebrity chef appearances, cooking demonstrations and fun...
May 27, 2011 - 9:42pm
Today marked the first day of the 72nd Annual Senior PGA Tournament. While rain was a factor, for many competitors it quickly became a non-issue.
I got off my shuttle bus Thursday afternoon to witness the first day of competition at this year’s Senior PGA tournament at Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Course. It had been a wet start for the PGA, but spirits were high none the less.For me, I meandered over to the tenth hole where...