Golf Tournament Information
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
The combination of Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula (Shore) make for what might well be the most picturesque experience for any athletic event.
Farmers Insurance Open
Birdies, bogeys, views of the Pacific Ocean, hang gliders out over the beach, fighter jets heading out to the ocean for training flights. All part of the experience of spending time at a resort course you can play but turns into a stout test that will test the best in the game. Torrey Pines has a pair of courses, the North and South, that are used for the tournament. The North is the more tame of the two, but has its moments as well.
The first Presidents Cup was played September 16-18, 1994, at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Virginia, USA. The U.S. Team, captained by Hale Irwin, defeated the International Team, captained by David Graham, 20-12. The United States also won the second Presidents Cup, held September 13-15, 1996, played again at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club. Arnold Palmer, no stranger to high-level international competition, had the reins as the United States edged Peter Thomson's International Team, 16 1/2 -15 1/2. This is the official site with team and course information, registration details, history, tickets, and event schedule.
The official site of the Ryder Cup Tournament with news items, event history, current standings, merchandise, and travel packages.
The Masters Golf Tournament
The official site of The Masters golf tournament, played at Augusta National. The Masters contains information on players, past and present, history, the course, and leader board.
The Memorial Tournament
On the course that Jack Nicklaus built, Muirfield Village Golf Club is one most spectacularly conditioned track on the PGA Tour. The greatest to have ever played is always around, giving the event an even more elevated feel than other PGA Tour events.
The Open Championship
The official site with news and information on the tournament and players, including video and photo highlights, spectator information and details of the current course in the rotation. The winner gets the most coveted trophy in the game and one of the most iconic in all of sport. At The Open you can learn about the origin and history of the golf champion trophy, more commonly referred to as the Claret Jug.
The PGA Championship
The PGA Championship (sometimes, especially outside of the United States, referred to as the U.S. PGA Championship or U.S. PGA) is an annual golf tournament conducted by the Professional Golfers Association of America. It is one of the four major championships in professional golf, and it is the golf season's final major, usually played in mid-August four weeks after The Open Championship. It is an official money event on the PGA Tour, the European Tour, and the Japan Golf Tour, with a purse of $8 million for the 95th edition in 2013.
The Phoenix Open
The Phoenix Open is a tournament and website offering information regarding tickets, sponsors, and the course. A place where you can find 75 years of the Phoenix Open History.
The Players Championship
The Stadium Course at the TPC at Sawgrass is a tribute to Pete Dye and his truly innovative design style. Home of the historic island green 17th hole, the Stadium Course is challenging, picturesque and is one of the best courses in the world, especially in terms of spectator views and accessibility.
The Walker Cup
The Walker Cup and the amateur game includes an extensive database of material regarding the history of golf's finest contest, maintain an archive of historical information about international amateur golf and report regularly, and in depth, on developments in the amateur game around the world. The complete website giving information and important developments on The Walker Cup history, matches, players, venues and performance records.