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2015 Presidents Cup
If you're looking for a great golf tournament absolutely packed to the brim with some of the very best golfers in the world, you're obviously in the right spot, as the Presidents Cup is where some of the top players in the world convene to put on a show for golf lovers from all over. The Presidents Cup is internationally known as one of the most exciting match play events in the golfing world, which is why it's always a great idea to snag a few tickets to make sure you're right in the heart of the action. These guys know a thing or two about lighting up an energetic gallery with a steady stream of jaw-dropping drives, spectacular approach shots and clutch puts that will have the crowd roaring in no time.
The 2015 Presidents Cup will be held at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea in Incheon, South Korea, a place that has gained a considerable reputation since it first opened in 2010. The tournament action unfolds in the early portion of the fall and you can be sure that all of the eyes of the golf world will be focused on Incheon for the weekend. There is much more going on in the days leading up to the tournament as fans have the opportunity of being treated to practice rounds the week leading up to the opening round, giving you another chance to see these guys on a completely different level than you can watching from home.
So whether you plan on attending one day or every day of the Presidents Cup, it is sure to be an experience you will never forget full of excitement and nail-biting moments that you'll be talking about long after it's over. With the U.S. matching up against a team comprised of golfers from around the rest of the world, the Presidents Cup is the type of event where you can find some amazing moments from one year to the next. In 2013, the last time the event was held, the Presidents Cup ended up with a victory by the U.S. team, though anything can happen this time around as world-class golfers clash on the course.
Presidents Cup Golf Info
Many of the biggest names in the history of the sport have won at the Presidents Cup including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, Jay Haas and more. This year's list of players is sure to be filled with many of the best golfers in the world looking to prove their worth as they hope to make some clutch shots and push their team to the top of the leaderboard. The best golfers in the world definitely don't ever want to miss this one, which is why you should have the same mentality if you're a golf fan looking to see this classic sport played at the highest possible level. One of the uniquely amazing things about the event also happens to be the charitable focal point, as there are actually no cash prizes handed out at the Presidents Cup. Instead, all of the proceeds go to various charities, with more than $27 million already raised since this event's inception in 1994.
These days we all know that there are plenty of ways to follow the action – you can even just catch the scores on your smart phone – but fans know that there is something special about being there alongside thousands of your fellow fans for all the clutch moments of one of the most important tournaments of the golf year. As soon as you're there watching the best of the best in action, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else. This is a sport that is a great centerpiece for a trip and it won't take long to get completely swept away by the enthusiasm of the moment as the Presidents Cup heats up once again.
Presidents Cup History
First getting rolling in 1994, the Presidents Cup didn't take long to build a significant reputation for being a top-tier match play event. Modeled somewhat after the internationally famous Ryder Cup, the Presidents Cup pits American golfers against a team of international stars, which makes for some stunning displays of golf that have kept fans coming back for more. After the first couple of events were held in the United States, the Presidents Cup has since been abroad quite a bit, including stops in Australia, South Africa, Canada and finally South Korea. With top-tier golfers coming together looking to put on a show for a great cause that goes well beyond the importance of the leaderboard, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
Presidents Cup Trivia
Only two courses have held more than one Presidents Cups so far, with the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia leading the way with four total. Can you name the other to host multiple events?
The answer is the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia, which first held the event in 1998 and again held it in 2011, with the International team winning the first time around and the U.S. team winning the second.
Presidents Cup Fans
Presidents Cup tickets are sure to be in demand this year to see an incredible display of golfing skill, but that's been pretty much standard operating procedure over the years. The Presidents Cup is a PGA Tour event that takes place at a different golf course every other year and this time around the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea is sure to be the perfect spot for all of the crucial moments. This tournament is truly unique in its setup, as the field is divided into two teams, with the U.S. taking on an international team comprised of players that always make it difficult on the Americans to come away with a victory. Though we know that you can follow the action from home, being there to cheer on your favorite golfers is the type of experience that elevates the entire game to the next level, and you might find yourself clearing your calendar so you can do it all over again much sooner than later.
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