2014 St. Jude Classic Details
Golf fans can prepare for a fantastic time when they head out to the 2014 St. Jude
Classic. This four-day tournament is set to be played at TPC Southwind in Memphis, TN. This is one of the top golf courses
in the country, and the top pros in the world will descend on Memphis to test their incredible skill sets at this wonderful
location. The tournament is scheduled to be played from June 5 to June 8--a great time of the year to be in Memphis. The weather
should be phenomenal and the competition fierce, and that's a recipe that golf fans don't find too difficult to swallow. Being
there in person for an event like this holds a lot of allure for casual golf fans and for those who follow the sport closely.
that attend the 2014 St. Jude Classic will be treated with the chance to see the best ball-strikers in all the land tee it
up and see who has what it takes to find the consistency over the course of four days to emerge from the talented field. That
player will have the honor of hoisting the trophy on Sunday and knowing that he bested his peers in one of the most prestigious
tournaments of the PGA season. You can be there to witness all of the action on any of the four days of competition, and it's
really the only way to see the best golfers in the world doing their thing.
2014 St. Jude Classic Participants
St. Jude Classic has emerged as one of the most popular and entertaining tournaments of the year for golf fans, and that's
largely due to the quality of the playing field each and every year. The top pros on the planet love to come to this event
to test their skills on the golf course, and the fans love to show up to see how they fare. Fans will surely be looking to
catch a glimpse of Tiger Woods should he enter the field. Woods entered the 2014 golf season ranked as the top golfer in the
world, and he's looking to put together another fine year on the links. Some folks are looking for Woods to return as the
dominant figure that he once was on the PGA Tour, and this could be the year it happens. Another player that is a favorite
for fans to follow is Phil Mickelson. Known as "Lefty," this tour veteran has put together some great tour wins over the course
of his illustrious career, and he's one of the best in the game. Mickelson always has a big crowd following his every shot,
whether it be a Thursday or a Sunday. The remainder of the field is sure to challenge these two all-time greats, and you never
know who is going to emerge from the pack and show themselves to be a contender come Sunday. That's the beauty of the game
of golf. It's just another reason to head out to the 2014 St. Jude Classic.
2014 St. Jude Classic History
St. Jude Classic is a well-respected golf tournament that is held on an annual basis and has earned a reputation for drawing
the biggest names in golf to the course for an exciting four days of competition each and every year. This event was established
all the way back in 1958, when it was first played as the Memphis Open. The name of the event has changed over the years,
but the tradition of the tournament has held strong. Some fantastic golf has been played during this event over the decades
of play, and the best golfers in the world continue this tradition each and every season. Past winners of the event include
Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and other luminaries of the game. Be there this year for the event and see if today's best have
what it takes to take home the trophy.
2014 St. Jude Classic Trivia
Who won the first St. Jude Classic?
answer is Billy Maxwell, who posted a score of 13 under par in 1958 to become the first winner of an event that has grown
into one of the most revered events on the PGA Tour.
The 2014 St. Jude Classic Experience
If you've never
seen the best of the best in golf take to the course and play in person then you've been sorely missing out as a fan of the
sport. The pros will amaze you with what they can accomplish on the golf course, and you'll be in awe every time they knock
an approach shot to within a foot of the cup or sink a long, winding putt from across the green. Be there this year for the
St. Jude Classic and see why so many people all over the world love to attend golf's best tournaments.