2014 Memorial Tournament Details
Golfing fans all around the world know that the Memorial Tournament is one of
the most prestigious and revered tournaments on the PGA Tour. This annual event is considered to be one of the biggest events
of the year outside of the Major Championships, and for good reason. Started by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus in the 1970s,
this tournament has seen some amazing golf played over the years and should continue to do so going forward as well. The best
golfers in the game always show up for this event, as they covet the trophy and first prize at this amazing event.
2014 Memorial Tournament is scheduled to tee off on May 29th and run until June 1st, giving fans four days of action that
they're sure to remember if they're there to witness the best golfers on the planet testing their skills on one of the top
courses in the nation. The Memorial is always held at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, OH, and golf fans are well aware
of the course's reputation for being challenging as well as a sight to behold. Make sure you're there at the 18th green when
it all comes down to the final putt on Sunday by getting out to the 2014 Memorial Tournament.
2014 Memorial Tournament
Over the past thirty plus years, several golfing legends have won The Memorial, including Tiger Woods,
who won it three consecutive times, Nicklaus himself, Raymond Floyd and Tom Lehman. If you want to see a true celebration
of golf and of Jack Nicklaus, see The Memorial live and in person. This tournament always features some of the best golfers
in the world as they all vie for the right to hoist the trophy high on Sunday. One player to keep an eye on at this year's
Players Championship is Rory McIlroy. This youngster has set the golf world on fire with some huge wins over the last couple
of years, and fans are always following him throughout each and every round he plays. If he can get a win at this event, it
will go a long way in establishing himself as the next star of the sport.
2014 Memorial Tournament History
course is as challenging as any in the world, and if you've never usedPGA Golf ticketsto see a tournament live, The Memorial
would be an unforgettable first tournament to see. The first tournament was played in 1976, and The Memorial was the realization
of a lifelong dream Nicklaus had to design a course near his home town and to host a prestigious PGA event there. Nothing
quite beats spending a gorgeous late spring day out on the golf course watching some of the best athletes in their sport go
head to head against one another in competition. From the statue of Jack Nicklaus teaching a young child how to play golf
to the course he designed and the club he founded and named, Muirfield Village Golf Club is a fitting tribute to one of the
best golfers in history. What better way to acknowledge one of the true greats in the history of golf than to visit the Memorial
Tournament and catch some of the best golfers of today playing on his course.
This annual PGA event in Ohio annually
draws the biggest stars on tour. Some consider The Memorial the "fifth major," and this Jack Nicklaus-designed course, named
Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, sits near Nicklaus' home town of Columbus. With such a star-studded endorsement
and the presence of golf's elite, the Memorial remains as one of the most coveted prizes in the PGA Tour season.
Memorial Tournament Trivia
Who won the first Memorial Tournament in 1976?
The answer is Roger Maltbie. Jack Nicklaus
himself won the tournament the following year in fitting fashion for an incredible competitor like The Golden Bear.
The 2014 Memorial Tournament Experience
Golf might not have the reputation as being the most exciting spot in
the athletic world, but once you attend an event in person you might change tour tune in that regard. Golf fans are passionate
about their favorite sport just like any other sports fans, and that is evident when you're there with them at the tee box
and a pro launches a gargantuan drive deep down the fairway to set up a nice approach shot on the green. These pros are simply
incredible with what they can do on the course, and you're sure to be in awe when you see one of them put an approach shot
to within just inches of the cup without breaking a sweat. See why so many people attend golf events all over the world each
and every year by heading out to the 2014 Memorial Tournament. It's sure to be an experience that you won't soon forget.