Golfing World: Chalmers seeks first PGA Tour title
Golfing World's Cara Robinson reports from the Valspar Championship, where Greg Chalmers is seeking his first PGA Tour win in 345 attempts.
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Chalmers (66) takes early lead at Congressional
While many of the big names struggled Thursday, veteran Greg Chalmers grabbed an early lead at Congressional with a 5-under 66 in the opening round.
Solid putting, new driver key for Chalmers (66)
Statistically, Greg Chalmers is one of the PGA Tour’s best putters and his round on Thursday dovetailed with that reality, with the Australian needing only 25 putts on his way to an opening 66.
Chalmers leads at Congressional; Woods shoots 74
Tiger Woods was back on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than three months Thursday and said he felt ''fantastic.'' He was talking about his back, not his game.
Kings of Distance: Valero Texas Open
Andrew Loupe may have been criticized for his pace of play, but there was nothing slow about his golf swing in San Antonio.
Woods cracks OWGR top 50 after Aussie top-3
Tiger Woods is back in the top 50 on the Official World Golf Ranking. Following his third-place finish at the Australian Open.
Chalmers says he'll attempt Australian trifecta
Greg Chalmers says he will play the JBWere Masters next month in his native Australia, a decision that came Monday after speaking with his wife and agent. The left-hander will vie for the Australian Triple Crown after winning the Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship.
Chalmers' opportunity for a rare feat
With his playoff win in the Australian PGA Championship on Sunday, Aussie left-hander Greg Chalmers has an opportunity to pull off a rare feat.
Wizards of Oz: Two aces from Aussies at Australian PGA
On consecutive days at the par-3 second hole at the Hyatt Regency Coolum, Greg Chalmers and John Senden made an ace.
JBWere the sick golfer: Poulter leads in Australia
Ian Poulter overcame a bout of food poisoning to birdie the final two holes for a 3-under 68 and a two-stroke lead after the second round of the Australian Masters on Friday.
New putting stat a curious, confusing mix
The PGA Tour's newest stat, 'strokes gained putting,' is so muddled in explanation even the current No. 1 on the list, Greg Chalmers, doesn't quite know what it means.