2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf Details
The top pro golfers in the world are ready to tee it up for the
2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf Tournament this April. From April 23rd to April 27th the top pros will take to TPC
of Louisiana to see who will come out on top and hoist the tourney trophy on Sunday. TPC Louisiana is a fantastic golf course
in a great location, making it the perfect place for an event of this stature. This tournament goes back a long way, so the
best golfers in the world really value winning here, something that makes for some excellent gold each and every year.
love to come out for this event because they know they're going to see some superb gold played on the course. Being there
in person is the best way to experience PGA Golf, because then you can truly appreciate the magic of these golfers' skills.
This tournament should showcase the best of the best as they take on a wonderful course as well as their fellow pros.
2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf Participants
When you attend the 2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf
Tournament, you're sure to see some of the top golfers in the world hit the tee at TPC of Louisiana. Tiger Woods, the most
famous golfer on the planet, is sure to be one of the main attractions. Woods is seeking a win at this event as he looks to
get back on track in his hunt for major titles. Woods hits gargantuan drives off the tee and is hoping to refine his once-great
putting game and come out on top on Sunday at TPC Louisiana. Another player to look out for is Adam Scott. Scott put together
a great season last year and the lefty seems to have honed his craft in recent years. He's becoming a fan favorite at courses
all over the world, and you may just find yourself rooting for this Aussie when you head out to catch the 2014 Zurich Classic
of New Orleans.
2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf History
The Zurich Classic of New Orleans began
in 1938, and has been played annually since 1958. In the past, this PGA event has been held at various courses around the
city of New Orleans, such as the City Park Golf Course, Lakewood Country Club and English Turn Golf and Country Club. Famous
champions of past Zurich Classic tournaments include Jack Nicklaus, Davis Love III, David Toms and Vijay Singh. The great
thing about the PGA Tour, though, is that anyone can win any tournament because these guys are all so skilled, and you may
just see a Cinderella story play out at this year's event. The pros take this event really seriously thanks to its rich history,
and you can be there to see who emerges as the winner in this year's event.
2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
Which player won the 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans?
The answer is Billy Horschel, who finished
the four-day event with a total score of 268, good for 20 under par. He took home nearly $1.2 million for the victory.
The 2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Golf Experience
The 2014 Zurich Classic of New Orleans will be played
at the fan-friendly TCP Louisiana golf course yet again this year. The course re-opened after Hurricane Katrina damaged parts
of the landscape, and has been the staple location for this event ever since. With great PGA golf action and unique Louisiana
flair, this event if a bright spot on the PGA Tour for many fans to attend. Seeing the best golfers in person is an experience
that will inspire you. Many golf fans know what it is like to get stuck in a sand trap for several shots or to see your ball
go into a lake multiple times in a single round. Watching the pros master a difficult course gives the amateur golfer a sense
of hope, just to know that it's possible to perform at that level, even if they know they'll personally never be able to do
When you head out to the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in 2014, you'll get to see the best of the best in golf taking
to a beautiful course over a period of four days in what should be beautiful weather in the southern part of the United States.
There are a lot of worse ways to spend four days of your time than walking around a golf course in the warm southern spring.
Make sure to get out to TPC at Louisiana for this event so you can be there when your favorite golfer sticks and approach
shot so close to the pin that you simply won't believe your eyes. It's going to be a great time this April in New Orleans.