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Tournament Name: Monday After the Masters
Golf Course: Dye Club at the Barefoot Resort
Location: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Tournament Host: Hootie and the Blowfish
Monday After The Masters TicketsMonday After the Masters takes place immediately after the Masters and is held at the Dye Club at the Barefoot Resort each year. The atmosphere of each event is unlike other golf tournaments. Celebrities and professional golfers come together for a charity benefit tournament that is a thrilling time for players and onlookers alike. Pairing professional golfers with an array of celebrities give this golf tournament a fun, exciting feeling, unlike other golf tournaments. By involving celebrities, the event caters to both die-hard golf enthusiasts as well as everyday onlookers, creating a phenomenal event for charity. The 2020 event will be held on Monday, April 13 and is hosted once again by Hootie and the Blowfish. Taking place in Myrtle Beach, SC each year, Monday After the Masters offers a great excuse for a family road trip. Watch drives soar down the fairway and putts role effortlessly into the hole. Grab your tickets at StubHub and begin planning your trip.
What is some of the history behind Monday After the Masters?The first Monday After the Masters was held in 1994 and has been going strong ever since. Hosted by Hootie and the Blowfish, the event has brought together some of the biggest names in golf and beyond ever since. While Monday After the Masters has grown in popularity in recent years, it started in 1994 as a small charitable gathering. In previous years, celebrities who have taken part in the event have included Alice Cooper, Golden Tate, Samuel L. Jackson, Bill Murray, Tiger Woods and John Daly.
What has happened in recent Monday After the Masters history?Since its inception in 1994, Monday After the Masters has raised millions of dollars for children’s educational programs as well as for the South Carolina junior golf program thanks to the philanthropic drive of host Hootie and the Blowfish. Hall of Fame athletes from different sports have participated in the event in past years including quarterback Dan Marino, catcher Johnny Bench and third baseman George Brett.
What can I expect from Monday After the Masters?Watching Monday After the Masters in person is something every golf enthusiast should do at least once. Enjoy the warm breeze of Myrtle Beach in April and experience a unique, exciting golf atmosphere at the same time. Professional golfers team up with celebrities to battle it out for the win at Monday After the Masters. Year after year, this tournament continues to be a fun event for everyone involved. What’s more, it supports a great cause at the same time. This tournament continues to get better, and you never know which celebrities will show up to play or even attend the event.
What are some similar events to Monday After the Masters?If Monday After The Masters is an event that interests you, there are plenty of other golf tournaments going on each year as well. Watch some of the nation’s top golfers climb the leaderboard at The Masters at Augusta National in early April 2020. You may want to grab tickets for the next U.S. Open, taking place in mid-June at the Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY.
Where can I buy tickets for the 2020 Monday After the Masters?Monday After the Masters is an event that offers a lighthearted end to a nail-biting Masters weekend. As everyone knows, golf is a sport that is always more engaging when you experience it in person. Watching celebrities play golf is an added perk for this golf tournament. Put down your television remote and experience Monday After the Masters in persons this year. Grab your tickets at StubHub and begin planning your 2020 Myrtle Beach trip.
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