2014 Shell Houston Open Details
The 2014 Shell Houston Open is sure to be a fantastic golfing event to attend in
person, as this tournament is always rife with excitement on an annual basis. This year's event is set to take place at the
Redstone Golf Club in Humble, TX, which is home to one of the most incredible golf courses known to man. Here the best golfers
in the world will descend on the links to compete not only with this amazing golf course but also each other for the right
to hoist the covet first place trophy when it is all said and done. The tournament will kick off on Thursday April 3--the
beginning of four intense days of golf that will culminate on Sunday April 6 with a winner being crowned as the 2014 Shell
Houston Open champion. Who that will be is anybody's guess. The 2014 field promises to be yet another amazing PGA event that
features the who's who of the golfing world.
The 2014 Shell Houston Open is sure to draw a lot of golf enthusiasts to
Humble, TX, and for good reason. This tournament will feature the best of the best as they take on a fantastic golf course
for the right to win more than $1 million in prize money. Fans will line the greens and fairways at this course to catch a
glimpse of their favorite golfers as they make some incredible shots that boggle the mind. These pros really are incredible
with what they're able to accomplish on the links, and you can be there in person to enjoy all the drama as this event unfolds.
Get out to the 2014 Shell Houston Open and see what PGA golf is really all about.
2014 Shell Houston Open Participants
2014 Shell Houston Open is a respected annual golf tournament that always features the biggest names in the sport of golf.
The top pros in the world always enter the field at this event to test their skills at one of the best golf courses in the
United States of America. The PGA's best will certainly be attending this year's event, and that's always great news for fans
planning to attend the tournament. There will be a lot of tour veterans that fans know well, but there are some young guns
that are looking to place themselves amongst golf's elite as well. Youngster Rory McIlroy is hoping to find the kind of consistency
that can catapult him to the top spot in the PGA Tour rankings, and this could be the year he takes the crown as the top golfer
in the world. He's shown the ability to win the biggest tournaments in the game, and fans are waiting for him to realize the
vast potential that has been on display over the last few years. This tournament is sure to feature some of the best golfers
in the world, and that always makes for an intense finish to a riveting event.
2014 Shell Houston Open History
Shell Houston Open is a respected and revered professional golf tournament that is played as a part of the Professional Golfers
Association Tour--the biggest golf tour on the planet. This event was first played in 1946. The tournament has a long history
of incredible golf, and fans know that very well. The Shell Houston Open is played just before The Masters kicks off at Augusta,
so you would think that the top players would be holding back before a major event, but that hasn't been the case lately.
Vijay Singh and Stuart Appleby have both won the tournament multiple times in the past decade, and the competition seems to
get fiercer with every passing year. The pros seem to love playing at Redstone Golf Club, and one visit there will show you
why. Filled with pristine greens and stunning views, Redstone is one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the
2014 Shell Houston Open Trivia
Which player won the first Shell Houston Open back in 1946?
great Byron Nelson took home the win in what was known as simply the Houston Open at the time.
The 2014 Shell
Houston Open Experience
Golf might not have the reputation for being the most exciting sport in the world, but when
you're there in person and the intensity is ratcheted up a few notches late on aSunday, then you'll understand why so many
people attend golf events around the world each and every year. Golf can be as riveting as it gets when a player it lining
up a putt late in his final round that could make or break his chances at hoisting the championship trophy when the event
comes to a close. Catch at least one round of this tournament in person and you'll see why golf is a sport loved by spectators
around the globe.