2015 Arnold Palmer Invitational
The Arnold Palmer Invitational is one of the hottest tickets around golf for a
reason, mainly because it brings the tradition together with some of the most talented golfers of the day, making this one
of those tournaments that you just don't want to miss out on. Come out and see the Arnold Invitational at the Bay Hill Golf
Club and you'll end up with an amazing experience that you'll be buzzing about long after it's all over. After Matt Every
took it down in 2014 with an amazing, thirteen under-par performance, the rest of the field will be looking to catch up and
every golfer will be gunning to make a move up the leaderboard.
As one of only five invitational tournaments on the
PGA Tour, the Arnold Palmer Invitational has a relatively small field of only 120 players which assures guests that they will
have a great chance to be in the gallery for their favorite golfers. If you are a golf fanatic there is no better place to
be in March than Orlando, Florida, as you'll end up with a great sporting event to go along with Florida's legendary spring
sunshine. Potentially more than any other sport, golf gets taken to a completely different level when you get a chance to
see your favorite golfers shoot for the top of the leaderboard alongside your fellow golf fans, as you'll end up with an experience
you'll be talking about long after the final shots.
Arnold Palmer Invitational Golfers
Some of the biggest
names in the history of the sport have won at Arnold Palmer Invitational including Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Fuzzy Zoeller,
Tiger Woods, and more. Being invited to play at Arnold Palmer Invitational is an honor for golfers of every level and one
of the most exciting aspects of the tournament is waiting to see which up and comer breaks out of the pack to make a name
for himself and put his career on the path to stardom. These days, you can count on some of the most electrifying golfers
in the world coming together to light up the golf course in Orlando, creating an event absolutely packed with great golf,
a beautiful course and an energetic gallery that will help to complete the experience.
The Pro Golf Experience
can be OK to watch on that fancy flatscreen, but being there as your favorite golfer charges down the fairway during a crucial
part of a tournament is simply a different type of experience – one that you're not really going to be able to conjure
up from home. When you're there with the rest of the crowd, with the silence so strong you could hear a pin drop for all of
the crucial shots, you'll see that the pro golf experience is a sporting event like none other. Watching some of the superstars
in golf match each other stroke for stroke is one of those things that every golf fan needs to do sooner or later, making
it always a good idea to head out to see an event like the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Arnold Palmer Invitational
This world-class tournament made its debut in 1966 as the Florida Citrus Open Invitational, and in the decades
since its founding has become an integral part of the PGA Tour as well as one of the most popular and watched tournaments
in all of golf. The 2013 tournament provided the winner, Tiger Woods, with a purse of $1,116,000, which was matched in 2014
when Matt Every etched his name into the history of the tournament by finishing atop the leaderboard. Overall, Tiger has actually
won this tournament eight different times, by far the most, as no one else has yet to win it three times. Two-time winners
include Gary Koch, Tom Kite, Enie Els, Loren Roberts and Jerry Heard. With a great legacy that dates back nearly half of a
century and some unbelievable players hitting the tee boxes ever single year, this is a tournament you don't want to miss
Arnold Palmer Invitational Trivia
Who was the first non-American to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational?
answer is South Africa's Ernie Els, who won the tournament in 1998. Previously, the tournament had been dominated by American
golfers, dating back to Lionel Herbert's win in the inaugural event back in 1966.
Arnold Palmer Invitational
Golf played at this level is something to behold, and you might end up shaking your head how good these guys actually
are by the time you head out. If you've never been to a big tournament, or if it's just been a while, there has never been
a better time to change that as the Arnold Palmer Invitational heats up in another unbelievable display of the top golfers
from around the country and world. Golf is a timeless sport that simply builds and builds over the course of the tournament,
leading to stunning finales as the very best of the best look to pull it all together and shoot their way into Arnold Palmer
Invitational. Thanks to a great backdrop at Bay Hill Golf Club, an audience glued to the action and some of the top players
in the game, it simply doesn't get any better than the Arnold Palmer Invitational.