Kirk Triplett, who won the Hoag Classic in a playoff with Woody Austin on Sunday. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images) By John Strege Kirk Triplett is not a Hall of Famer, ...
It was O’Meara’s first victory since 2010, when he won twice, his only previous PGA Tour Champions wins.
Bernhard Langer still has yet to slow down, though he might be running out of reasons to sustain his torrid pace.
Mediate said he used alcohol, in part, to cope with back injuries that plagued him throughout his career.
Middle age often allows one to see what in youth they were blind to. It is called wisdom, and for Gary Nicklaus, at 50, it is the lens through which he can now identify how his first go-around in professional golf went sideways.
Vijay Singh, always seeking ways to improve, was seen Tuesday morning putting with a bright red ball on the practice green at Waialae Country Club. He could move it only a few inches.
Upstart Scott Parel wins Invesco QQQ Championship, now a threat to derail Bernhard Langer’s bid to win another Charles Schwab Cup Robert Laberge
Parel, 53, did not turn professional until he was 31, never made it to the PGA Tour, and now, with one more tournament to go, is among the favourites to win the senior tour’s season-long Charles Schwab Cup.
It was only an illusion, the appearance that Bernhard Langer, at 61, had begun his initial descent to age-induced mediocrity. His six-shot victory in the SAS Championship on Sunday put that notion to rest.
Steve Stricker wins inaugural Sanford International, third PGA Tour Champions victory in seven starts this year
Steve Stricker does not yet play the PGA Tour Champions full time, for which those he is playing against surely are thankful.
Paul Broadhurst wins the inaugural Ally Challenge, his third victory of the year and second in Michigan
The Ally Challenge is a new PGA Tour Champions event on an old familiar course for many players in the field, none of whom played it as well as a Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club rookie.
Darren Clarke, Chris DiMarco to make their PGA Tour Champions debuts in the Boeing Classic JEFF HAYNES
Two newly-minted 50-year-olds will enter the PGA Tour Champions fray at the Boeing Classic this weekend, each with an impressive resume that includes having tangled with Tiger Woods.