Aug
10
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

  #453388316 / gettyimages.com Kenny Perry was given a special exemption to play in his home state of Kentucky, and he did not disappoint the fans at Valhalla. Perry birdied the final hole on his birthday to shoot a bogey-free 68, and a total score of six-under par.

Aug
8
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

  #453310230 / gettyimages.com Valhalla Golf Club is a very special place to Kenny Perry. At Valhalla, Perry experienced the lows of losing in a playoff to Mark Brooks for the 1996 PGA Championship, and he experienced the highs of hugging his Dad after helping the U.S. win the 2008 Ryder Cup.

Aug
5
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

  #453118420 / gettyimages.com Kenny Perry won ten times on the PGA TOUR between 2003-2009, and has a total of 14 TOUR wins. At the 1996 PGA Championship at Valhalla, Perry lost in a playoff to Mark Brooks, and described the loss as a “heartache.” He is currently playing on the Champions Tour where he […]

Jun
14
2014

  #493783075 / gettyimages.com Kenny Perry has been dominating on the Champions Tour, and his victory at the 2013 U.S. Senior Open qualified him for this week’s U.S. Open. Perry showed he can still play with the best by making the cut, and he also got a couple back with a hole out for eagle […]

Jun
29
2009
By Stephanie Wei under General

Some players don’t peak until later in life and it appears that’s the case with Kenny Perry. On Sunday, he clinched the Travelers Championship for his 14th career victory and his 11th after turning 40. (Hooray!) He fired scores of 61-68-66-63 for a total of 258, 22-under-par, setting a tournament record. Now many people are […]

Jun
3
2009

This has gone on a tad too long. Get over it, people. The “incident” happened at the FBR Open in February and wasn’t brought to public attention, or Kenny Perry’s for that matter, until THE PLAYERS Championship in May – four months later. I wonder if it would have even been an issue had he […]

Jun
1
2009

Perhaps it’s just me, but the turn of events yesterday at the Crowne Plaza Invitational strangely reminded me of the Masters. The main similarity is obvious – Clark was gunning for his first PGA victory and Perry was aiming for his first major championship, and well, neither of them were able to seal the deal. […]

Jun
6
2014
By Shane Ryan under US Open

#139191051 / gettyimages.com The U.S. Open pairings for the first and second rounds were released today, and the only way to handle that news is to immediately rank them from worst to best. The criteria? Golfing prowess, personality, watchability, potential for fist fights, sex appeal, etc. Bonus points if the USGA got clever with the […]