Live From: PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua
Kelly Tilghman talks with PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua Sunday at the 2014 PGA Championship from Valhalla Golf Club.
PGA news: Purse update, future PGA dates
Ted Bishop, Pete Bevacqua, and Kerry Haigh from the PGA of America speak to the media in advance of the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla.
PGA CEO: Challenge of Valhalla at PGA Champ.
Former caddie and now PGA of America CEO, Pete Bevacqua talks about the challenges Valhalla offers tour players. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.
LPGA, PGA team for KPMG Women's PGA Champ.
LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan and PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua joined Gary Williams to announce to KMPG Women's PGA Championship.
LPGA, PGA of America partner on Women’s PGA Champ.
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan and PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua announce the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.to eagle there. Let's to the number one player in the world, Adam Scott who, well, he did double bogie the ninth hole turned into just two under par in, at 33 years of age, well,we take a look at some of the notable scores. How about Adam Scott with a three-under, 69? Jordan Spieth, his seventh straight first round at par or better. That's why the guy Top 10's just about each and every week. The struggles continue for Rickie Fowler. A 75 for Rickie. Live second round coverage of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance continues Friday at 2, only on Golf Channel. Of course, always available streaming 24/7 with the Golf Live Extra app. Still to come, world number one Adam Scott . Hear his thoughts after the opening round. For Adam. That's straight ahead, you're watching Golf Central. In his prime, no player wascome on Golf Central. He's the number one player in the world. Adam Scott won just last week. Hear from Scott. He's six back of Rory McIlroy. Golf Central, brought to you by the new Titlest
NBC Sports Group and PGA of America Announce Live Coverage of Entire 2014 Ryder Cup, a First for a European-Based Event
Golf Channel acquires cable telecast rights for Friday’s Ryder Cup matches
For the Record: No. 1 challenge facing the game
GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard sits down with PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua to discuss the growth of the game in this clip from For the Record.ideas. Let's take those original forms of what it could be to play golf . Let's distill those and see which ones work and see what we can come out of it on the other side and
For the Record: Playing the PGA overseas
GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard sits down with PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua to discuss the potential for the PGA Championship to be played abroad in this clip from For the Record.out of the PGA of America was the concept of taking the PGA Championship on the road and that means internationally. -Sure. -Can you tell me how that conversation came up and how you see it going in the forward, going in the future? -Well, we golfer is a global gambling. And we've made the argument internally and I've made the argument internally and I think conversations with our president Ted Bishop and our officers in our board. We're already international. Our-- the biggest event we run to of golf's big events in the Ryder Cup and the PGA Championship The Ryder Cup is what it is because it's an international event. We are huge supporters of golf in the Olympics. I'm the member of the board of the International Golf Federation in my position as CEO. We're on the grand slam of golf in Bermuda. So, even though the PGA of America is by in large a domestic organization and the tangible connection between the game and everybody placing in the states. Golf's global Golf is going to get more global. We already have a global footprint. So when you start to think about the PGA Championship as a major and when you look at the Masters, which is wonderful, obviously in its own regard and the US Open which has its own identity and the Open Championship-- we may be the only major that could conceivably take the show on the road. We have that flexibility. And if it can grow the game, if it can help the PGA Championship and if it could serve our members and our members have told us in the polling and the interviews and the data we received from them and the feedback we get from our members that they're intrigued by international job opportunities, and a PGA Championship at an international location could be a great flag in the ground for the PGA of America to say we are global
For the Record: PGA CEO growing golf globally
GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard sits down with PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua to discuss the growth of the game and potential venues for the PGA Championship in this edition of For the Record.was the USGA's first managing director and was responsible for running the US Open and all legal business related to it. He then became the USGA's first ever chief business officer. During which time, Golf Magazinethe Masters, which is wonderful obviously in its own regard and the US Open which has its own identity and the Open Championship, we may be the only major that could conceivably take the show on
For the Record: PGA CEO Pete Bevacqua
In this edition of For the Record, PGA of American CEO sits down with Rex Hoggard to discuss growing the game globally.