2014 Monday After the Masters Details
The Dye Club is sure to be once again absolutely hopping this spring, as
the best golfers around come together for a unique event that is a win-win for everyone involved. As one of the biggest fundraisers
in the history of North Carolina, Monday After the Masters is a great event that is always packed with energy and passion
for a reason, not to mention some top-tier golf that also makes it a one-of-a-kind entertainment that will have you glad you
made it out to see it for yourself. Once you're there watching world-class golfers do their thing while raising money for
charity, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
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 Monday After the Masters. Be there
for all of the clutch chip shots, pinpoint drives and eye-popping putts that will have you talking long after it's all over,
as this pro-am tournament has celebrities and talented golfers galore, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and join in
the excitement. Sponsored by popular band Hootie and the Blowfish, this is one of those pro-am tournaments that you absolutely
don't want to miss.
2014 Monday After the Masters Golfers
Head on out to The Dye Club to see the Monday
After the Masters this year and you won't regret seeing what is sure to be a great golfing event filled with nail-biting excitement
that you won't find anywhere else – and that's in addition to being a great event that you can feel good about long
after the final shot. Guys like Jack Nicklaus and John Daly represent just a sample of the golfers that have played in this
one, and celebrities like Bill Murray, Dan Marino, John Elway and more have also elevated this tournament to a whole different
level. As soon as you're there watching some world-class golfers and popular celebs do their thing, you'll see loud and clear
why there is never going to be a substitution for the experience that you can have standing in the gallery alongside all of
the other fans who love golf every bit as much as you did.
2014 Monday After the Masters History
held in 1995, Hootie and the Blowfish showed with Monday After the Masters that they were about much more than just rocking
the stage all over the world. Drawing some of the top golfers on the tour from day one, this is an event that has grown and
grown and now is nothing shy of a must-see event for any golf lover who enjoys pro-am tournaments. It's had Masters winners
like Tiger Woods, Nick Faldo and more, and they've been paired with a steady string of exciting celebrities that help take
this event to a completely different level. This is an event that is definitely on the rise and is growing in the consciousness
of golf lovers from all over, and you can tell just by looking at the exciting field of golfers that head out to Myrtle Beach
in South Carolina to be in the thick of the action.
2014 Monday After the Masters Trivia
Did you know
that Hootie & the Blowfish has been rocking the stage ever since 1986?
As one of the most renowned bands in the
world, Hootie has done a little bit of everything, touring all over the place and developing an enormous fan base in the process.
But after nearly a decade of selling millions of albums, not many people saw their next move coming, as they established a
great pro-am tournament that quickly was bringing in major donations in a real hurry while delivering unbelievable golf thrills
to the fans that show up. If you're looking for a pro-am tournament with an impressive field and a great cause, you're obviously
in the right spot, with the added bonus of Myrtle Beach being one of the best places in the country to find top-tier golf.
2014 Monday After the Masters Spectator Experience
Imagine that one of your favorite celebs is partnered with
one of your favorite golfers, and they're gunning for a score in the low-50s to take home the title of the Monday After the
Masters. We know you could check out the action on your flatscreen or even your smart phone these days, but there is nothing
quite like actually being there alongside all the other golf lovers as they show up in droves to the Dye Course in Myrtle
Beach. 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 most talented golfers in the world square off against one another in an event that is a victory
for everyone involved.