2014 Valero Texas Open Details
Some of the biggest golf fans in the world are prepared to flock to San Antonio,
TX this year to see the 2014 Valero Texas Open unfold right before their eyes. This four-day tournament is set to run from
March 27th to March 30th and will feature golf's best players as they take on one of the best courses in the world, the Oaks
Course at TPC at San Antonio. This event promises to be filled with some of the most amazing golf shots you've ever been witness
to, and the only way to see this tournament is live and in person. The best of the best will be using every shot in the bag
to try to hoist the trophy once Sunday rolls around, and it's not going to be easy to best the rest of the field in this illustrious
tournament. Fans love to come out to see the Valero Texas Open year in and year out, and for good reason, as it always features
the biggest names in the golfing world.
Seeing your favorite player tee it up in person is something that every golf
fan should experience at least once. When you're right there and you can hear the ball get smacked off the tee into the middle
of the fairway, you'll know that these guys truly are the best of the best. It doesn't get any better than following your
favorite pros from tee box to green, over and over during the course of a tournament. Don't miss out on being a part of all
the action this year at the 2014 Valero Texas Open.
2014 Valero Texas Open Participants
The Valero Texas
Open is a well-known tournament that brings out the biggest pros in the sport year after year, and the 2014 event should be
no different. Fans that attend this tournament are sure to want to catch a glimpse of lefty ball-striker Adam Scott, who began
the 2014 PGA season as the number two ranked golfer in the world. Scott has been on tour for quite a while, but he looks to
be finding the sweet spot in his swing as of late, and he could be a major challenger in the 2014 Valero Texas Open. Another
big name fans will be packing the packing the sides of the fairway to see play is Rory McIlroy. McIlroy has shown the potential
to be the best golfer on tour and is looking to harness his game and find the consistency that could make him a legend. This
youngster always has a big crowd following him, whether it's a Thursday or a Sunday. The field at this event should be fully
stocked with the best of the best in the game of golf this year.
2014 Valero Texas Open History
Texas Open dates back to 1922, when it debuted as the Texas Open. This event, though undergoing some name changes, has seen
some of the sport's best golfers take to the course to show their stuff over the years. Past winners of this event include
some of the most famous pro golfers in the history of the sport, such as Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, and Chi Chi Rodriguez.
More recently Justin Leonard has been the one to beat. Leonard won the Valero Texas Open back-to-back in 2000 and 2001, and
then returned to the top of the podium in 2007.
2014 Valero Texas Open Trivia
Who won the 2013 Valero
The answer is Martin Laird, who put together a four-day total score of 274, good for 14 under par. Laird
was awarded with a cash prize of more than $1 million for the victory.
The 2014 Valero Texas Open Experience
2014 Valero Texas Open is sure to be a riveting example of why attending a PGA Tour event is something that many golf fans
seek to do each and every golf season. Being there when these top pros take to the links is an amazing way to see the pinnacle
of a sport that so many people partake in on a regular basis. Golf is easy to learn, but takes a lifetime to master, and for
some people it may never happen. When you see how incredible these pros are with a club, though, you'll know why they're paid
the big bucks to hit the course and play four rounds in four days for the chance at the top prize.
It doesn't get much
better than settling into your spot near the 18th green on a Sunday to see a big tournament come down to the wire between
two of the best golfers on the planet. 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. Head out to see this event this year and experience why golf is such a