2014 Wyndham Championship Details
Get ready to see some of the best golf ever played when you head out to see the
2014 Wyndham Championship this year. This four-day tournament is set to be played at the majestic Sedgefield Country Club
in Greensboro, North Carolina. This tournament will take place from August 14th to August 17th, making the event the perfect
summer activity for individuals, family and groups of friends. The 2014 Wyndham Championship will features the best golfers
in the world taking on one of the top golf courses in the country in a location that suits vacationers perfectly during the
Being there in person for this event if a must for any golf fan that enjoys seeing the top ball-strikers
in all the land tee it up and compete with their best pros in the game. This event is a popular one due to the course and
locale, and for good reason. You can be one of the lucky ones to get to the event, whether it be on Thursday, Friday, Saturday
or Sunday, and enjoy some of the best golf you've ever seen played live and in person.
2014 Wyndham Championship
The 2014 Wyndham Championship is a fantastic event, and any tournament with the kind of reputation that
this one has is sure to feature some of the best golfers in the game. Fans in attendance will get the treat of seeing the
best pros around take to a wonderful golf course and test their skills. This tournament should feature some of the biggest
names in the sport, such as Adam Scott. Scott had himself a fantastic 2013 season and is looking to carry that momentum into
2014 to win some big tournaments. Surely Scott has his eye on this tournament, and his fan favorite status will have the crowds
following him as he makes his way through each hole at Sedgefield Country Club. Make sure to be there when Scott and the rest
of the best golfers on the PGA Tour hit the course in Greensboro for this great event in 2014.
2014 Wyndham Championship
The Wyndham Championship is a professional golfing tournament that is a part of the Professional Golfers Association
Tour. This event was first established way back in 1938, and has a rich history of fantastic golf being played over its four-day
period. The course totals more than 7,000 yards and has a par of 70. Some of the best golfer have participated in this event,
and the great Sam Snead won it an astounding eight times during his illustrious career. Originally the event was known as
the Greater Greensboro Open before eventually settling on the Wyndham Championship. 1961 saw a landmark moment in the sport
of golf when Charlie Sifford became the first African American golfer to play in a PGA event in the southern part of the United
States of America. Past winners include Sergio Garcia, David Love III, Chi Chi Rodridguez and other notables.
Wyndham Championship Trivia
Which player won the 2013 Wyndham Championship?
The answer is Patrick Reed, who posted
a four-day total score of 266, good for 14 under par. The victory earned Reed just shy of $1 million in prize money.
The 2014 Wyndham Championship Experience
The 2013 Wyndham Championship should be a great tournament that golf
fans are clamoring to gain access to, and you could be one of the lucky ones to get to the course to see the action unfold
live and in person. Golf is a wonderful game that takes patience and skill, and can be played deep into one's lifetime. For
many it takes a lifetime to master, but the pros are a different story. At this event you'll find some of the top golfers
in the world playing on a beautiful golf course in the middle of summer, and that's a recipe for a fabulous time for any fan
of the sport. These pros will wow you with their gargantuan drives off the tee, as they pepper the fairways with huge shots
to get their holes started. Then you'll be awe when you see your favorite golfer stick an approach shot just feet within the
pin, setting himself up for a birdie that you never thought possible. The putting of these pros is what may impress you most
of all, as these guys regularly drain deep, curving putts that seem impossible to gauge to the common observer. It's all part
of the experience of catching a day of pro golf in person, where you're right there, close enough to the action to truly appreciate
the level of skill that goes into making the PGA Tour and competing in top events like this one. This should be a fantastic
event to attend this year, and you can do just that. Don't miss out on the chance to enjoy a day outside watching some of
the top athletes in the sport showcase their skills.