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...
May 25, 2011 - 5:46pm
Tomorrow marks the first day of the Senior PGA championship at Valhalla, in preparation golfers played practice rounds and spoke to fans, gaining an understanding of the ebbs and flows of the course.
“Ok, watch that bunker,” a golfer said laughing to a peer after his iron shot grazed the hazard. And, with that friendliness and casual atmosphere my afternoon began at Valhalla golf course the day before the Senior PGA Championship. Of course, much of that calm will have evaporated by...
May 25, 2011 - 7:59am
Defending champion Tom Lehman, superstar Tom Watson and Kentucky native Kenny Perry are just a few of the players on hand this week for the 72nd Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club.
“That always happens on Tuesday,” golfer Kenny Perry exclaimed as he rolled in a 25 ft. downhill putt from the fringe of the 9th green. The morning showers subsided on Tuesday and players could be heard joking and sharing family stories around the grounds of Valhalla. ...
May 11, 2011 - 10:00am
Golf courses are currently in their busy season across the city and so I thought it only appropriate to discuss a true Louisville golf legend in Bobby Nichols.
As we get deeper into the golf season, sports legends of the Ville takes a look back at one of the true icons of golf and a man that was proudly a native of the river city, Bobby Nichols.
A graduate of St. X high school, Nichols came to prominence in the 1960’s joining the PGA tour as, at the time...
April 28, 2011 - 8:45am
May 24-29, marks the 72nd Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid, in addition to the first major golf championship to allow spectators to carry and use mobile devices in select areas of the golf course. Before you go, here's a few things you'll need to know.
Mobile devices have become a game-changer for many spectators of sporting events around the world. Not only can you capture memorable moments, but also instantly share your emotionally engaged moments with friends, family and the world in a matter of moments.