|PGA of America Announces Purse Increase to $2.75 Million for the 2015 Senior PGA Championship Presented by KitchenAid
The oldest and most prestigious Championship in senior golf, which offered a $2.1 million purse in 2014, will now award the Champion $495,000; with second place receiving $297,000; and third place $187,000. | COMPLETE MEDIA RELEASE
|Spieth Earns First Spot in 2015 PGA Grand Slam of Golf
The PGA Grand Slam of Golf is scheduled to take place at Trump National Golf Club – Los Angeles, Oct. 20-21, 2015. | COMPLETE MEDIA RELEASE
|PGA of America Launches Unique and Innovative Junior Golf Camps
The camps, which are slated to begin operations this summer, will initially be conducted at some 25 locations nationwide. All camps will be taught by PGA members and are open to boys and girls between the ages of 7-17 and of all ability levels. | COMPLETE MEDIA RELEASE
YTD February 2015 rounds were up 3.5% over YTD February 2014. Coming off a warmer than usual January, February experienced much colder weather in the eastern half of the US while warmer weather remained in place across most of the western half of the country. The largest rounds played increases were reported in the upper western and mid-central states.
A total of 21 states reported more play or the same amount of play for the month of February 2015 versus 2014. Arizona and Illinois reported increases in rounds played despite fewer days open.
Click here to access PerformanceTrak News which provides rounds played and revenue results for February 2015.
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