2014 Greenbrier Classic
White Sulphur Springs in West Virginia happens to be the perfect place to see a great golfing
event, though you're not going to learn that from your living room. Come out and see a great event loaded with star-level
golfers doing their thing on the course and you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else. Held in mid-July, the Greenbrier
Classic has been building a steady reputation since it first got rolling in 2010, and now the beautiful Greenbrier golf course
is the perfect place to see a great event that will be the talking of the town leading up to the opening tee-off.
you are a golf fanatic there is no better place to be over the summer than White Sulfur Springs, Virginia, as you'll end up
with a great sporting event that will have you coming right back next year. 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. This
is just one of those sporting events that you have to actually be a part of if you want any chance of understand why it's
so talked about, as there is something extra special about being there with fans that love golf every bit as much as you do
as your favorite golfers dig in and take a run at the top of the leaderboard.
Greenbrier Classic Golfers
invited to play at Greenbrier Classic 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.
There is nothing quite like watching golf played at the highest possible level, which is exactly what you're going to get
whenever you get out to see an exciting event that you could be talking about long after it's all over. Stuart Appleby, who
won the first tournament back in 2010, still remains the gold standard thanks to his unbelievable round of 22 under par, but
there have been plenty of other top golfers storm the fairway to put on a show for the dedicated golf fans that turn up to
see the action. In 2013, it was Sweden's Jonas Blixt who took home the fourth ever Greenbrier Classic title, and anyone can
win from here.
Greenbrier Classic Spectator Experience
There has never been a better time to get off the
couch and make it out to a great golf course that will make your jaw drop as you watch the game's best golfers as they look
to storm their way up the leaderboard, giving fans a steady stream of thrills in the process. As soon as you're there soaking
up the vibes of a great sporting event that you'll probably be talking about long after it's all over, you'll be glad that
you're not sitting on your living room couch letting the sportscaster tell you how amazing the atmosphere is. The Greenbrier
Classic is just one of those displays of golf that you're just not going to be able to duplicate from home no matter how hard
you try, even with a tremendous flatscreen and the perfect sound system. When you're actually there watching the action the
way it was meant to be seen, you'll be glad that you finally made it out to the Greenbrier Classic.
This very popular golf tournament made its debut in 2010 and it didn't take long for it to take off,
as Australian Stuart Appleby dominated the field and put up a tournament record 258 (-22). From there, Scott Stallings got
the U.S. on the board the following year and Ted Potter Jr. and Jonas Blixt took it the next two years, providing some big-time
thrills in the process as the top players around the tour battled it out with everything on the line. This one may not be
a major, but it also has a reputation of bringing together amazing golfers for a one-of-a-kind tournament, giving you plenty
of incentive to come out and see it all for yourself.
Greenbrier Classic Trivia
Did you know that the
Greenbrier Classic also puts together an amazing concert every year?
Starting with Reba McEntire in 2010, concerts quickly
became a major part of this great golfing event, making it perfect for fans of both music and golf. Aerosmith, Carrie Underwood,
Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, Lionel Richey and Kenny Chesney have also played at this tournament, and you probably
can tell that it tends to only draw legends of the music scene. Keeping up the tradition, in 2014 both Jimmy Buffett and Maroon
5 will hit the stage during the Greenbrier Classic.