2014 Barclays Golf Tournament
The Barclays is one of the biggest and most revered golf tournaments in the world,
and you can be there in August to see the 2014 Barclays play out in person. This event annually features the top golfers in
the world as they vie for the chance to hoist the trophy after a tough four-day battle. The 2014 Barclays will be played at
Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, New Jersey, a fantastic golf course that is worthy of such a prestigious event. This course
will challenge even the top golfers in the world and provide fans a beautiful backdrop to enjoy some of the best golf they're
ever seen played, and you'll see loud and clear that there is just no comparison with the home-viewing experience.
in August, it's a great time of year to be in the Paramus area, as there is something about late-summer and the best golfers
in the world dominating on the course. After Adam Scott won the whole thing in 2013, the rest of the field will be looking
to swing their way to the top of the leaderboard this year as the Barclays Golf Tournament gets underway. Once you're there
in the middle of a great tournament like the Barclays, you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home just
wondering what the atmosphere of the gallery is like.
Barclays Event Info
The Barclays is a tournament
that is considered by many golfing enthusiasts to be one of the best events of the year, and an event doesn't earn a reputation
like that without seeing the best of the best in golf show up there on an annual basis. The top pros on the planet will descend
on New Jersey this year to be a part of the event, and in turn the fans will pack the greens and fairways to see them take
on one of the best golf courses in the United States. There is nothing quite like being in the middle of a great tournament,
particularly when it's an event like the Barclays that goes back all the way to the 1960s. With the promise of some electrifying
action as well as some serious nail-biting excitement, you'll see that it doesn't get any better than this.
Golf played at this level is something to behold, and you might end up shaking your head how good these
guys actually are by the time you head out. And it also doesn't hurt that there are plenty of great fans that show up in droves
to be a part of the excitement, creating a buzz and an electricity that you're simply not going to be able to duplicate from
home no matter how green the grass looks on your fancy TV. The Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, NJ has been a staple of
the pro golf scene since it came to its current location back in the 1920s, and you'll feel the tradition that has helped
make the Barclays one of the very best golf tournaments that you're going to find anywhere.
Barclays is a professional golf tournament that has a reputation for being one of the most competitive and respected of its
kind each and every season. This event was established in 1967 as the Westchester Classic, and though it has undergone various
name changes since, the history of the event has been a storied one. Past winners of the event include Jack Nicklaus, Arnold
Palmer, Vijay Singh, Johnny Miller and other greats, and you never know who is going to put it together to march all the way
to the top of the leaderboard to secure the victory. Moving about to some of the top golf courses in the country from one
year to the next, you can count on there being a great course, an unbelievable field of players and an energetic crowd that
combine to make the Barclays as good as pro golf gets.
Did you know that Vijay Singh holds
the record for most wins at the Barclays?
Over the years, nobody has been better than Singh, who won the event in 1993,
1995, 2006 and 2008. Other multiple winners include Jack Nicklaus, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and Steve Ballesteros, who have
all won twice.
The Barclays Fans
The best pros are magicians with a golf club, and will often leave you
wondering just how they pulled off such an amazing shot. The Barclays always has an incredible field of golfers that are all
hoping to hoist the trophy come Sunday, and you can be there to see who emerges from the pack to shine brighter than the rest
over the course of this challenging four-day event. But a big part of the atmosphere is the fans themselves, as there is something
about the buzz of the crowd for all the crucial shots of a big tournament that will remind you way seeing golf live is the
only way to truly appreciate a tournament as big as the Barclays.