2014 U.S. Senior Open Details
If you've never been to a Senior PGA Tour event, then you've been sorely missing
out as a golf fan. Now is your chance to rectify that by making an appearance at one of the biggest events of the year for
the Senior Tour, the U.S. Senior Open. Just as the U.S. Open is one of the most challenging and incredible events on the PGA
Tour, the U.S. Senior Open is the same to the Senior PGA Tour. The best players on the Senior Tour are all going to be there
ready to take on one of the toughest courses in the country. The 2014 U.S, Senior Open is set to take place at Oak Tree National
golf course in Edmond, Oklahoma, and should be one of the best senior events of the year, as it usually is. The U.S. Open
has a reputation for being one of the most difficult events on the PGA Tour, and the same holds true for the senior version
of the tournament. You're sure to see the top senior pros, names that once graced the podiums on the biggest stage in golf,
take it to this golf course in an effort to be the last man standing come Sunday.
These guys might be a little older,
but that doesn't mean they can't swing a golf club with the best of them. These players will wow you when you watch them strike
a drive off the tee with the force of a much younger man, showing why golf is a game that you can play well into your lifetime.
These players were once some of the best in the world, so it's no surprise that they've still got it. Make sure you're there
to cheer on your favorite senior pro at the 2014 U.S. Senior Open.
2014 U.S. Senior Open Participants
U.S. Senior Open is the cream of the crop when it comes to events on the Senior PGA Tour, so it's no surprise that the best
seniors on tour always show up for this tournament. The biggest names in golf flock to one location to test their skills against
each other and one of the best courses in the nation. Big names that you're likely to see tee it up at this year's event include
Bernhard Langer, Kenny Perry and Fred Couples, just to name a few. You're likely to see a few other guys that you remember
from their time on the main PGA Tour as well. This is one of the biggest events of the year for these players, so the fans
are always set to see top-notch golf being played when they attend this tournament year after year.
Senior Open History
The U.S. Senior Open was established in 1980 as one of the biggest tournaments for the players
partaking in the Senior PGA Tour. The event is recognized as a major championship by both The Champions Tour and the European
Senior Tour. The age minimum was once 55, but has since been lowered to 50. Fans that have attended this tournament over the
years have seen some great golf played by some of the best aging ball-strikers in the history of the sport. Miller Barber
was a master of the event, winning three times. Four players have taken the honor twice, including Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus.
This is truly an event that showcases the best senior players in the game of golf, something that will never get old itself.
2014 U.S. Senior Open Trivia
Who won the second U.S. Senior Open in 1981?
The answer is Arnold Palmer,
a man considered to be one of the best players to every pick up a golf club and a great ambassador for the game.
2014 U.S. Senior Open Experience
Imagine you're right there on the edge of the green on a Sunday afternoon as your
favorite player of yesteryear lines up a putt that could win him the U.S. Senior Open. These are the kind of moments that
the sport of golf was built on, and you can be there in person to see the drama unfold right before your very eyes. That's
what could be in store for you when you head out to see the 2014 U.S. Senior Open. It doesn't get any better than witnessing
some of golf's great players still at it into their 50s and 60s as they prove that age is simply a number. These pros will
wow you with their ability to lace the ball off the tee and knock approach shots to within just inches of the cup. It's always
a fun experience to follow around a certain player throughout a round, or simply post up at the course's most difficult hole
and see which players can master it. Make sure to experience all that gold is and can be when you head out to the U.S. Senior
Open this year.