Spring has sprung and it’s time to place and watch some great golf. Starting with the Master’s Tournament, lets’ take a look at some upcoming PGA tournaments.
Master’s Tournament, April 6-9
From the famed Augusta National Golf Course, in Augusta, Georgia, the Master’s is the premiere US golf tournament and a must-watch for any fan of the game. The best golfers in the world compete for the $10,000,000 purse this year with newcomer Marc Leishman in the hunt after his win in the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday March 19th. Tune in to CBS and ESPN or save this link to follow the action live: http://www.masters.com/en_US/watch/
RBC Heritage, April 13-16
Shot on the gorgeous greens of Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina, this follow up to the Master’s is always a great tournament to watch. Whether players are fresh off a strong Master’s performance or they’re looking for a shot at redemption, the RBC Heritage is always a good watch. Visit the official website here or watch it on CBS or the Golf Channel.
Valero Texas Open, April 20-23
The Valero Texas Open takes place at The Private Club in San Antonio. Launched in 1922, the Valero Texas Open is the third oldest competition on the PGA tour. This classic match has seen some of golf’s greatest legends and this year will be no different. Check out the action on CBS or the Golf Channel and visit their official site here: http://www.valerotexasopen.com/
Zurich Classic of New Orleans, April 27-30
With a massive purse of $7,100,000, the Zurich Classic in New Orleans will provide some serious competitive action. This year Zurich is launching a team format where fans will enjoy two-man teams and foursomes. This exciting new format should be fun to watch. The Zurich classic airs on CBS and the Golf Channel. Visit their official site here: http://zurichgolfclassic.com/
As always, join us in the clubhouse to view all the PGA and LPGA Tour events.