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The PGA of America will relocate its national headquarters to Frisco, the deal is to become official next week. This also means that for the first time in 50 years a major championship golf will return to North Texas. Follow The Beat On Twitter:  Sign Up For Our Newsletter!  The Latest:

Former Dallas Cowboys Tony Romo finished last in his PGA debut, where he played as an amateur! Follow The Beat On Twitter: Sign Up For Our Newsletter! More News: Kruz Newz: Wendy’s Dropped a Mixtape “We Beefin” Kruz Newz: Texas Liquor Stores to Appeal Walmart Liquor Sales Ruling 

The annual Radio One Celebrity Golf Classic was another huge success this year thanks to our celebrities, players, and sponsors. Check out the recap video above to catch the vibe. Follow The Beat On Twitter: Sign Up For Our Newsletter!    

The star athlete will design a new golf course, while the city announces a new golf program amid crime sprees.

On Thursday night, LeBron James landed on Australian golfer Jason Day's wife, Ellie, when trying to save a ball that went out-of-bounds.

            The man who integrated professional golf has passed. Charles Sifford began to explore a career in the sport of Golf at age 13 as a caddy. In 1948 he turned professional but could only golf in tournaments organized by fellow black golfers. His first attempt to join the Professional […]

Today on The Daily Cray, our very own Ariel Cherie takes on the latest example of Columbusing in pop culture: a group of golfers who…

An angry homeowner apparently had better aim than a Nevada golfer whose errant ball broke the window of a home that overlooks the course. Read The Full Story Here: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/08/us-usa-crime-golfer-idUSBRE88700S20120908

  For the first time since SI.com began publishing the Fortunate 50 in 2004, Tiger Woods is not No. 1. He’s not even No. 2. That honor goes once again to Phil Mickelson. The new No. 1 (for now) is Floyd Mayweather, who was unranked a year ago but scored two huge pay-per-view paydays to […]

In his first interview since confessing that he cheated on his wife, Tiger Woods said “I’ve done some pretty bad things in my life” and that he doesn’t know what kind of reception he’ll get when he returns to competitive golf at the Masters.