Las Vegas pros and tour golfers

Las Vegas LPGA Tour Star Natalie Gulbis Appears on Weather Channel

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 27, 2012)--Las Vegas Golf Region resident Natalie Gulbis is arguably the LPGA Tour's biggest crossover star. She has calendars, has appeared on the NBC series Celebrity Apprentice, and now comes a recent promotional appearance on the Weather Channel. Gulbis has lived in this area for several years and read on for a link to the video. --By Brian Hurlburt

Kevin Na Is Almost Waggle Free on PGA Tour

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 24, 2012)--Many of us have nightmares about our golf games. Not so much for PGA Tour pros. But over the last 10 days maybe Las Vegas Golf Region resident and 2011 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open champion Kevin Na had a few bad dreams. He admittedly focused every part of his practice time since the PLAYERS Championship on getting rid of his waggles. And so far, so good at the Crowne Plaza Invitational. LIVE SCORING.--By Brian Hurlburt

PGA Tour Report: Las Vegas Golfers All Over Lead at Byron Nelson

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 18, 2012)--Seemingly about half the top 20 at the 2012 Byron Nelson Classic have strong ties to Las Vegas golf courses. While there is still a long way to go, once again the depth of quality golf in the Las Vegas Golf Region is on display on the PGA Tour. Among those challenge are resident Scott Piercy and Alex Cejka, and former Rebels Chris Riley, Charley Hoffman, Andres Gonzales, Chad Campbell, and Bill Lunde. --By Brian Hurlburt

Las Vegas PGA Tour Star Kevin Na Commits to End His Waggling Ways

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 14, 2012)--Las Vegas PGA Tour player Kevin Na had a lot to deal with at THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP. Some of it was his own doing--waggles not seen since Sergio Garcia a few years ago--while some of it was out of his control including some major heckling. Na finished in the top 10 and is now ready to end his waggle. -- By Brian Hurlburt

Top of PGA Tour PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP Leaderboard Filled With Las Vegas Flavor

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 12, 2012 UPDATE 800 PM PST)--A quick glance at the top 10 of the PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP in the early stages of the third round reveals six players who have some ties to the Las Vegas Golf Region. And then if you add into it the fact that the TPC Sawgrass course was designed by Pete Dye, who crafted three Las Vegas golf courses, then you might as well just refer to the event as the PLAYERS at Las Vegas. LEADERBOARD. --By Brian Hurlburt Follow @LVGolfInsider

Putter Works Well For Vegas PGA Tour Star Ryan Moore at Wells Fargo

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 4, 2012)--Ryan Moore welcomed an old friend back to the bag in the first round of the PGA Tour's Wells Fargo Championship. It worked because Moore flew to a round of 65 in round one to share the lead. Moore lives in Las Vegas and attended UNLV where he won the 2004 NCAA Championship. -- By Brian Hurlburt

Las Vegas PGA Tour Pros Unite For New Golf Instruction Academy

Las Vegas, Nevada (April 14, 2012)--PGA Tour pros Bob May and Jeff Gallagher are longtime residents of the Las Vegas Golf Region. They have become part of the fabric of the community. Now the duo is teaming up for the now open Bob May Golf Academy. The Academy is officially located at SilverStone Golf Club, but also serves other popular Las Vegas golf courses. Now Las Vegas golfers of all ages can learn the game from two pros who have been there, done that. Visit the official Bob May Golf Academy website now. --By Brian Hurlburt. Follow @LVGolfInsider

Chad Campbell Has Weekend Shot at RBC Heritage After Watching Masters

Las Vegas, Nevada (April 14, 2012)--It's been awhile since Las Vegas PGA Tour star Chad Campbell has been in contention on the PGA Tour. But heading into the weekend, Campbell was near the leaders at the RBC Heritage. And this came after spending last week watching The Masters on television.--By Brian Hurlburt. Follow @LVGolfInsider

PGA Tour Shot of the Day By Ryan Moore Amazing Way To Kick Off Promotion

Las Vegas, Nevada (March 23, 2012)--Las Vegas Golf Region resident Ryan Moore had the shot of the day at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Moore aced the 201-yard, par 3, 7th hole. Moore used a 5-iron and the hole-in-one moved him to 1-under par for the day at the time. The ace also helped raise $1,000 through Birdies4Shriners sponsored by Shift4. Read on to watch the video of his ace.--By Brian Hurlburt. Follow @lvgolfinsider.

Davis Love III Fired a 64 at the Honda Classic and Won the 1993 Las Vegas Invitational

We are sorry but those clicking to the Davis Love III article, please be advised that we have had a technical glitch. We are working to correct the problem. But Davis Love III won the 1993 Las Vegas Invitational, and also lost to Tiger Woods in a playoff at the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational. Love III fired a 29-under par in 1993 to win by eight shots, the largest margin in tourney history. Tickets are now on sale for the 2012 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Sorry for the inconvenience. Love III fired a 64 in round one of this week's Honda Classic.--Brian Hurlburt.

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