NORTON, Mass. (AP) — The PGA Tour had what Commissioner Tim Finchem described as ”robust” conversations with Fox Sports in two of the last three television negotiations until scheduling conflicts with the network kept the discussion from going anywhere.
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem says two British newspaper reports of a bid to take over the European Tour are inaccurate.
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The proposed anchoring ban – and the USGA – took a hit a week ago when PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced the tour’s opposition to the rule.
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Any day now, the PGA Tour will announce a suspension for Vijay Singh. Unless, of course, it doesn't announce anything. But now is the time for Tim Finchem and the Tour to make its PED testing program public knowledge, writes Michael Bamberger.
Read this article: With decision on Vijay Singh looming, PGA Tour needs to make its drug-testing program transparent
Commissioner Tim Finchem, here with 2011 PGA champ and belly putter Keegan Bradley, said the Tour opposes the USGA's ban on anchored putting. Who's right and who's going to win? Our panelists debate this topic, the match-play star most likely to win a major, and more.
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PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem threw a big wrinkle into the plan to outlaw the anchored putting stroke when he said Sunday the tour opposed the ban because there was not enough evidence to suggest players had an advantage by using a long putter.
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PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem will tell golfers around the world Sunday what we've all been waiting for: the PGA Tour's position on anchored putting.
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Vijay Singh will meet with PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem on Wednesday to discuss the Hall of Famer’s admission last week that he unknowingly used a banned substance, according to a broadcast report.
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The first PGA Tour meeting on a proposed rule for long putters made only one thing clear to commissioner Tim Finchem. There’s still a long way to go to decide what the tour will do, and it figures to be messy.
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