BMW Championship Details
The BMW Championship is one of professional golf's premiere events, and the top golfers
in the world will hit the course in Englewood, CO to see if they have what it takes to rack up the birdies and outdo their
fellow pros. This event will kick off on Thursday September 4th and run until Sunday September 7th, and fans will have the
chance to see some top golf action over the course of these four days. Golf tournaments are a marathon, not a sprint, as the
first-day leader could mean nothing by the time that Sunday rolls around. The best golfers in the world are really a sight
to behold in person, as their distance off the tee and pinpoint accuracy around the green will wow you every time out. At
the BMW Championship you'll have the opportunity to catch one day of action, or two, three or four if you're really a PGA
fanatic. It's amazing to be there following the leader on Sunday as they look to finish out their final round and sink the
winning putt on the 18th green. Make sure you're there to experience all that pro golf has to offer when you head out to the
BMW Championship in 2014.
BMW Championship Golfers
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
as the BMW Championship heats up once again this year. Great golfers like Zach Johnson, Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and many
more have taken down this one, and you never know when the next legendary golfer is going to blow the field out of the water
with a banner day that will have golf fans from all over buzzing. This one may not be considered a major tournament, but fans
know that the talent level is always major, making it the perfect event to head out to see if it's been a while since you've
made it out to a top-tier golf tournament.
BMW Championship History
This golf tournament first began selling
tickets back in 2007, and it got off to a great start when Tiger Woods ran the table and pulled down the tournament with a
record 22 under par, which remains the gold standard at this one. Woods would again win the title two years later by going
19 under par, and remains the only golfer who has won this event more than once. Golf is one of those sports that truly springs
to life when you get a chance to see it in person, as suddenly the TV experience seems like trying to gauge the scope of the
Grand Canyon by staring a postcard. With a creative and unique golf course, a great field and a passionate gallery that will
provide the perfect backdrop for the tournament, you'll be glad that you're not sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere
of the BMW Championship is like, as watching golf the way it was meant to be seen is simply something to behold.
BMW Championship Trivia
Did you know that the Western Open (the original name of the BMW Championship) dates all the
way back to 1899?
More than a decade ago, the Western Open started drawing in the best golfers in the country, which
is a tradition that was passed down through the decades and remains the key focus now that it's the BMW Championship, the
name that it adopted in 2007. Since then, the BMW Championship has seen plenty of unbelievable moments that have helped to
make this one a top golf tournament that always has the top 70 golfers in the world licking their chops and circling their
BMW Championship Spectator Experience
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. And it also doesn't hurt that
there are plenty of great fans that show up in droves to be a part of the excitement, creating a buzz and an electricity that
you're simply not going to find anywhere else. Fans that come out to the Cherry Hills Golf Club are used to seeing top-tier
golf, which is why there is always so much passion, energy and excitement from year to year and tournament to tournament.
You just never know who is going to burst onto the scene with a banner day that electrifies the gallery, giving you plenty
of reasons to forget the disappointing flatscreen so you can head out and see the big event the way that big-time golf was
intended to be seen. When your favorite golfers are headed down the home stretch in a tournament that is still up in the air,
you'll see that there isn't anything else like it.