2015 Wells Fargo Championship Details
After J.B. Holmes ran the table and took home this event in 2014, the Wells
Fargo Championship is sure to heat up once again this time around as the best in the world of gold descend upon Charlotte
looking to put on a show. Come out and see some unbelievable golf as some of the game's top players hit the links hoping to
bring down this amazing tournament that only seems to grow in stature from one year to the next. In May, around the beautiful
Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, it's all about the Wells Fargo Championship, as this is an exciting tournament that tends
to come with some serious talent and a great fan base that shows up at every turn.
So if you think that you're supposed
to sit at home and watch the tournament, think again and then head out to see what all of the buzz is about. The Wells Fargo
Championship is sure to have some eye-popping approach shots, spectacular putts and nail-biting moments that will have you
glued to the course from the get-go, which is exactly what fans have grown accustomed to over the years. And when the tournament
is still very much up in the air and some great golfers are battling it out looking to make a big shot to seal the deal, you'll
definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home.
Wells Fargo Championship Participants
Wells Fargo Championship is lining up to be another fantastic PGA Tour event. Like any other top event on tour, this tournament
should feature some of the biggest names in golf as they take to the links to compete for a large purse. After Derek Ernst
won it all in 2013 and J.B. Holmes took the top honors in 2014, absolutely anything can happen in 2015, which is why the real
winners happen to be the fans as they pour onto the course to watch the action up close and personal. With some of the biggest
names in golf all competing at an extremely high level with an incredible backdrop, it won't be hard to see that it simply
doesn't get any better than this.
Pro Golf Experience
Golf is a magical game that bring people from all
walks of life together. For many people golf is their escape from everyday life, so is there a more relaxing sporting event
to attend than a PGA event? The great part about golf is that while it's relaxing it can also be riveting. It's that combination
that brings people to courses all over the country to see the top golfers in the world each and every golf season. Be a part
of it all when you head out to the 2015 Wells Fargo Championship and you might end up kicking yourself for not making it to
be a part of the excitement a whole lot sooner.
Wells Fargo Championship History
The Wells Fargo Championship
was first played in 2003, originally known as the Wachovia Championship. These days, the tournament has become an annual tradition
and is always played at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC. The first place prize exceeds one million dollars and attracts
the biggest names in golf that are looking to bring it home. In 2009, the event's name was changed to the Wells Fargo Championship,
and it retains that moniker today. Some great golf has been played at this event over the years, and fans of golf look forward
to this tournament each and every year. Past winners include Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Rory McIlroy, showing that this
is an event that routinely brings together the very best of the best.
Wells Fargo Championship Trivia
you name the first non-American to win the Wells Fargo Championship?
The answer is, unsurprisingly, Vijay Singh, who
was the best in the field when he came to Charlotte in 2005. Since then, the only other non-American to win the Wells Fargo
Championship is Roy McIlroy, who topped the leaderboard in 2010.
Wells Fargo Championship Experience
doesn't get much better than being there in person when the best golfers on the planet tee it up for competition. There are
certainly worse ways to spend your day that walking around one of the top golf courses in the world following the best golfers
as they show why they're the best in the game. Golf is a game that takes a long time to master, and some never accomplish
that, so it's always encouraging to see athletes that can take to the toughest courses in the country and tear things apart.
These pros are truly incredible with their ability to make difficult things look easy, and that's one of the best things about
seeing them play in person. When the gallery is abuzz with excitement and the top players around are looking to elevate their
game, the Wells Fargo Championship experience will completely speak for itself.