The top 4 golf tournaments
Less than two months ago The Masters was held, with Sergio Gárcia as winner, donning the coveted green jacket for the first time, thus becoming the third Spaniard to do so, following Severiano Ballesteros and José María Olazábal.
And in only 20 days, the next of the 4 tournaments begins, the US Open, June 15-18 at Erin Hills, in Wisconsin (USA).
Erin Hills was designed to accommodate the US Open, in the challenge for players as well as in the logistics for spectators and related support infrastructures.
The third tournament will be the Open Championship, held in the third week of June, (20-23) at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club in England.
Situated in excellently-connected Southport, Royal Birkdale is possibly the best course in England.
Royal Birkdale has celebrated more championships and international events than any other course in the world since World War 2.
Royal Birkdale club has been named the number 1 club in England, one of the top five in Great Britain and is in the top 35 internationally.
Lastly, we have the PGA Championship, which will take place from August 10-13, at Quail Hollow Club.
Quail Hollow Club is a country club and golf course situated in the district of Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North America, USA. It is a private club and was founded by James J. Harris on April 13, 1959.
The club organised the Kemper Open from 1969 to 1979, the PaineWebber Invitational from 1983 to 1989 and has been site of the Wells Fargo Championship since its debut in 2003.
The course was originally designed by the golf architect George Cobb in 1961 to capture the beauty, as well as to use the challenging terrain of the Piamonte region. Since then, the course has experienced a number of improvements including modifications to various holes by Arnold Palmer in 1986 and some redesign by Tom Fazio in 1997 and 2003.
|The Masters||April 6-9|
|US Open||June 15-18|
|The Open Championship||July 20-23|
|PGA Championship||August 10-13|
So now you know when and where to follow the next top 4 golf tournaments in the world.