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The PGA knew stormy weather was in the forecast. But officials chose optimism over being proactive, and the result may be a Monday finish. Read More
The third round of the PGA was suspended and eventually called, because of thunderstorms. A Monday finish now looms. Read More
With heavy rains washing out much of Saturday at the PGA Championship, the revised hope is for a marathon day of golf at Baltusrol. Read More

Today in Golf

Tom Watson, the British Open runner-up, Hale Irwin, the all-time Champions Tour money leader, and defending champion Jeff Sluman are among the pro field of 78 competing beginning Friday in the Walmart First Tee Open.
Tiger Woods created a slight stir Thursday morning on the TPC Boston when a Nike representative approached him on the first tee carrying two putters.

Arnold Palmer's grandson, Sam, talks us through his swing thoughts on the golf course.

As Arnold Palmer gets older, he faces the challenge of creating power in his golf swing while at the same time being able to control the ball.
Arnold Palmer explains how to hit a longer bunker shot.
Arnold Palmer explains the importance of instilling repetition and patterns early in the games of junior golfers, as he did with his grandson, Sam.

Arnold Palmer explains what wedge he likes to use for pitching, and how to execute the shot.

Big Break PEI runner-up Blair O'Neal gets fit for some new irons and learns a few new exercises to help fix her posture and hip turn in this original series.

Arnold Palmer explains how to execute a low pitch shot.

SOUTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – For the first time in its history, the World Am has an official blog of its own.

SOUTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – If you’ve ever played in a golf tournament that utilizes handicaps, you know that your “course handicap” can change depending on where you play.
NORTON, Mass. – Paul Casey withdrew from the Deutsche Bank Championship late Wednesday afternoon.
NORTON, Mass. – Heath Slocum’s 20-foot putt for par to win The Barclays Sunday will be replayed a lot in this FedEx Cup playoff run.
NORTON, Mass. – Tiger Woods may have five victories, three more than anyone else this season, but the PGA Tour Player of the Year race remains up for grabs.
NORTON, Mass. – Paul Casey kept checking his cell phone on the driving range Wednesday at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Just a thought, but on two Sundays in August Tiger Woods, the game’s preeminent giant, was taken down by a diminutive duo – 5-foot-7 Heath Slocum and 5-foot-9 Y.E.
The LPGA and the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic announced Wednesday a one-year extension to the event, through 2010.
Forget the Ides of March, August was the cruelest of months, at least for Tiger Woods.