2014 U.S. Bank Championship Details
Golf's biggest fans and golf's best players will converge on Brown Deer, Wisconsin
yet again this summer for the 2014 U.S. Bank Championship. This illustrious tournament is set to be the best one yet, and
judging by years past that means a whole lot of golfing action for the fans in attendance to enjoy. This four-day tournament
will test the skills of the best golfers on the planet as they take on the Brown Deer Park Golf Course in Brown Deer. Playing
consistently for four days takes a steady hand and an unflappable will to win, and one man will excel above the rest and hoist
the coveted first place trophy come Sunday. It's sure to be a great battle between some of the biggest names in the sport
as they tee it up on this incredible golf course that can give even the best pros fits if they don't play their cards right.
there at the tee box when your favorite pro launches his first shot it the best way to support these amazing athletes. Having
a cheering section following them around for four days often helps them step up their game to the next level, the elevation
in play they need to rise above the rest in a field of golfers that all have enough skill to take home the trophy if things
go well for them. That's one of the great things about the game of golf; over a four-day period there's no telling who is
going to have the staying power to be there when it comes down to the final few holes on Sunday. Find out who can pull it
off this year at the 2014 U.S. Bank Championship by being there in person to witness the action unfold right before your eyes.
2014 U.S. Bank Championship Participants
The U.S. Bank Championships is a golf tournament that has earned a reputation
for seeing some of the best golfers in all the land show up and compete for the top prize. The 2014 event should carry on
that tradition, as the best of the best are expected to arrive in Brown Deer to lay it all on the line for the chance to hoist
the trophy come Sunday afternoon. Of course the biggest name in the sport of golf remains Tiger Woods, who might not be the
dominant force he once was on the PGA Tour but still entered the 2014 golf season as the number one ranked player on tour.
Woods is sure to make a run at the title in this tourney in 2014 as long as he sticks to his game plan and comes prepared
to take home the victory. He'll be just one player in a star-studded field of pros that can all amaze the fans with their
2014 U.S. Bank Championship History
The U.S. Bank Championship is a professional golf tournament
that dates all the way back to 1968 when it was first played as the Greater Milwaukee Open. Since then the event has undergone
some name changes and seen some of the top golfers in the sport's history take to the course and see if their play could land
them the coveted first place trophy. Past winners include Corey Pavin, Greg Norman and other notables, and the list of winners
keeps on growing by one each and every year. See who will add their name to the list this time around when you head out to
see the tournament played in person.
2014 U.S. Bank Championship Trivia
Who won the first U.S. Bank Championship,
then the Greater Milwaukee Open, in 1968?
The answer is Dave Stockton, who managed to beat the legendary Sam Snead by
four strokes despite hitting spectators with two of his drives in the final round.
The 2014 U.S. Bank Championship
It doesn't get much better than finding a spot near the 18th green on a Sunday to see your favorite golf
pro line up for a potential tournament-winning putt. The tension will be so thick that you can cut it with a knife, and you're
going to remember the experience for the rest of your life. That's the kind of action every fans hopes to see when they head
out to a PGA Tour event, and it could happen when you head to the 2014 U.S Bank Championship. The field will be stocked with
the best names in golf, and they'll be right there in front of you as they take on a challenging golf course in suburban Milwaukee.
This is your chance to see the best of the best showcase their skills for all to enjoy. Don't miss out on what is sure to
be a great time for any golf fan. The best way to see PGA Tour action is most certainly in person, and you'll know that to
be true when you find yourself at this event in 2014.