Bob Rosburg was not only a PGA Tour veteran and pioneer, but a great communicator and student of the gameRosburg, golf pro, commentator dead at 82 May 15, 2009
While we have a couple of late-season scheduling issues to resolve, we felt it was best to release the majority of what we believe is an outstanding schedule for 2009 that is fully sponsoredPGA Tour announces 2009 schedule Nov 14, 2008
Today's players owe a debt of gratitude to Tommy Bolt and his fellow pioneers. His golf prowess was only matched by his formidable and colorful personality and he helped launch an era of the game's popularity that has continued for nearly half a centuryGolf Hall of Famer Tommy Bolt dead at 92 Sep 03, 2008
He will always be remembered for winning the 1969 U.S. Open, the last player to win after being in local and sectional qualifyingU.S. Open champ Orville Moody dies Aug 08, 2008
There could be no better choices to serve as captains of the Presidents Cup 2011 than Fred Couples and Greg NormanCouples, Norman to lead Presidents Cup Mar 31, 2010
Timothy W. Finchem (born April 19, 1947) is the current Commissioner of golf's PGA Tour.
Finchem was born in Ottawa, Illinois. He took the position on June 1, 1994 succeeding Deane Beman, who retired after nearly 20 years in the post. Finchem had previously served as Vice President of Business Affairs, Deputy Commissioner, and Chief Operating Officer of the Tour.
Finchem graduated from Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He attended the University of Richmond on a debate scholarship, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1969. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1973. After practicing law in Virginia Beach for three years, Finchem served in the White House during the administration of Jimmy Carter as Deputy Advisor to the President in the Office of Economic Affairs in 1978 and 1979. In the early 1980s, Finchem co-founded the National Marketing and Strategies Group in Washington, D.C.