2014 Ryder Cup Details
The birth place of golf is the place to be once again this year, as the Gleneagles in Scotland
is sure to be hopping with passion and energy as the top players in Europe and the United States clash in the most followed
match play golfing event in the world. Come out and see these guys as they go toe-to-toe for bragging rights in an event that
is guaranteed to be filled with eye-popping drives down the fairway, clutch puts and jaw-dropping approach shots that will
have the gallery buzzing with excitement. Though it's tempting to just sit at home and try to follow the event, being there
will give you a completely different experience that you're just not going to duplicate sitting at home.
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 Ryder Cup, a tournament that has been dazzling golf audiences ever since the late-1920s. There is nothing quite like
being there when the match is on the line and world-class golfers are looking to make some big shots to seal the deal, and
golf will spring to life in a way that you absolutely can't conjure up watching on that smart phone, tablet or flatscreen.
2014 Ryder Cup Golfers
Head on out to The Dye Club to see the Ryder Cup 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, as the field
is assured to have so much talent that your head might just end up spinning. Great players like Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin,
Paul Azinger and Corey Pavin are just a very small little sample of the golfers who have made a big-time dent in this one,
and you never know when you're going to see the next all-time great burst onto the scene with an amazing showing at the Ryder
Cup. When these guys get together for a match sure to be loaded with moments that you'll be talking about long after it's
over, you'll be kicking yourself for not making it out to this one sooner.
2014 Ryder Cup History
Ryder Cup entered the sports tickets market in 1927, and it was originally a competition between the United States and England.
However, due to the United States' dominance, the opposition field was expanded first to include Ireland and ultimately all
of Europe, which greatly increased the competitiveness of the event. But the Europeans definitely weren't held down for very
long, as recently it's been the U.S. scrambling to keep up. As the matchup teeters back and forth between American and European
dominance, you're sure to see some great moments that will have everyone talking around Gleneagles, Scotland talking. Though
there are plenty of great sites that this one has been played, there is something extra special about it being back in the
birth place of the game, bringing together unprecedented tradition in addition to some of the top golfers and rising stars
of both today and tomorrow.
2014 Ryder Cup Trivia
Did you know that Gleneagles was the site of the first
recorded major competition between Europeans and Americans?
All the way back in 1921, many were starting to come around
to the idea of how amazing a match play contest between the top golfers in the U.S. and Europe would be, and it wasn't long
before that dream became a reality. Just a few short years later, the Ryder Cup was officially born and it quickly became
a staple of the golf circuit, growing over the years to the point of it being one of the most followed golf tournaments in
the entire world. Though golf isn't normally considered a team sport, golf fans can see first-hand that it ends up being exactly
that whenever the Ryder Cup gets underway, as it's something else watching the top golfers around the world pulling together
alongside their fellow teammates with national pride on the line.
2014 Ryder Cup Spectator Experience
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 world-famous golf course in Gleneagles,
Scotland. 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 hit the course hoping to make a name for themselves and enter
the annals next to all of the other great players who have dominated at the Ryder Cup. Once you're there in the birth place
of golf with the most talented golfers around lighting up the scoreboard, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else.