2014 ATT National Open Details
The ATT National Open is sure to have plenty of amazing moments, though you're not
going to really appreciate any of them if you plan on sitting home and watching on your TV, or just following the action of
who's on top on your smart phone. Instead, head out to the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland and you'll end
up with a sports experience that you'll be talking about long after it's all over, as this is just one of those beautiful
courses that really pops when you see it up close and personal. Come out and see all of the jaw-dropping drives, clutch puts
and spectacular approach shots that will have the gallery oohing and ahhing in another tournament filled with talented players
looking to shoot their way up the leaderboard.
When you hear the roar of the crowd following a memorable moment, you'll
realize that there is nothing quite like watching big-time golf like the ATT National Open, a tournament that has been dazzling
golf audiences ever since the 2007. As soon as you're there soaking up the vibes of a great crowd, you'll be happy that you
didn't just stay at home and miss your chance to be knee-deep in the heart-pounding excitement.
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This is just one of those tournaments that tends to draw the best, which is why it's always a good idea
to put down the remote and head out to see the action up close and personal. Great golfers like Tiger Woods, Justin Rose,
K.J. Choi and more have taken down this one more than once, and you never know when the next legendary golfer is going to
blow the field out of the water and connect with the gallery on his way to bringing down the tournament. When these guys get
together for a tournament sure to be loaded with moments that you'll be talking about long after it's over, you'll see for
yourself why golf is a sport that needs to experienced first-hand to have any chance at appreciating why it's one of the most
popular sports in the world.
ATT National Open History
Bethesda, Maryland is always bursting with passion
and energy as fans speculate about who is going to end up on top while watching world-class golfers light up the scoreboard
at the ATT National Open, as it definitely isn't lacking in talented players who can do a little bit of everything. Tiger
Woods (maybe you've heard of him) is the only golfer to win this one more than once, as Tiger pulled down the tournament in
2009 and then again in 2012 when he was on the comeback trail. With a purse of at least $6.5 million and all the top golfers
in the world gunning for number one, you'll get a chance to see golf played at the highest possible level when you make it
out to this one, and you'll never look at golf the same way ever again.
2014 ATT National Open Trivia
you know that K.J. Choi is the only non-American to win the ATT National Open?
Choi of South Korea would take down the
very first Open, back in 2007, with a very strong nine under par to seal the deal against a very competitive field. From there,
though, American golfers have taken over, winning the next six. Tiger has won twice but other world-class golfers like Justin
Rose, Nick Watney, Bill Haas and Antony Kim have also finished atop the leaderboard, and this one is very hard to predict
thanks to the unbelievable field of skilled golfers who have been around the block at time or two.
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Open Spectator Experience
Golf played at this level is something that every golf fan needs to experience once in a
while, 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 with the ATT National
Open, a top-tier tournament that brings in golf talent and golf fans from all over the world for an unbelievable weekend featuring
this classic sport.
We all know there are plenty of ways to experience sporting events, including cable channels and
plenty of apps on your fancy smart phone, but there is still only one way to get the total package. Once you're there watching
your favorite golfers light up the leaderboard and put on a show, you'll see for yourself that golf is a sport that doesn't
translate nearly as well the extremely limited flatscreen. And part of that is definitely the energetic gallery filled with
passionate golf fans, mainly because they provide the perfect backdrop for an unbelievable sporting event that gets taken
to a whole different level in person.