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Golf is one of the oldest sports in the books, sculpted by its history in countries such as Scotland and England. When the sport transitions from its predecessor sport, paganica, it underwent many twists and turns to reach its current form. Some of the most important moments in golf history were the standardization of equipment, including the golf ball itself, the improved design of clubs, and the formalization of rules. In the United States and North America, the tradition of golf was introduced by European immigrants in the mid-1700s and later popularized in the late 1800s to early 1900s. In 1929, one of the world’s premier golf organizations was invented: The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Tour.
The PGA Tour is known as the primary professional golf competition organizer in North America with some outreach globally. Its competitions include the PGA Tour, the PGA Tour Champions, and the Web.com Tour among a selection of international tours such as PGA Tour Canada, PGA Tour Australia, and PGA Tour China. Although golf is known for traditionalism and elitism, the PGA Tour has made efforts to diversify its outreach. Examples of this include the PGA Tour Champions, which welcomes golfers who are 50 and older, as well as the Web.com Tour, which welcomes professionals who are unqualified for the standard PGA Tour. In fact, the PGA Tour has made notable strides in adapting to an increasingly tech-centered fanbase. The organization’s website offers detailed instructions on how golf enthusiasts can connect with players on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. The website also lists information on other up-to-date features, including newsletters (mailed and emailed), video games, mobile apps, YouTube, and crowd-voting opportunities.
One of the biggest recent competition-focused developments in the PGA Tour is the FedExCup. Introduced in 2007, it is a season-long competition in the standard PGA Tour. It has gained attention for offering the most lucrative financial prize. Players try to acquire the most FedExPoints throughout the season in order to enter the four-week FedExCup Playoffs. In 2007—and 2009, for that matter—the legendary Tiger Woods snagged the cup and an accompanying $10 million prize. Other winners in the cup’s short lifetime include Bill Haas, Brandt Snedeker, Jordan Spieth, Jim Furyk, Billy Horschel, Rory Mcllroy, Henrik Stenson, and Vijay Singh, Justin Rose, and Justin Thomas.
Whether you are interested in lucrative newcomer competitions such as the FedExCup or more classic competitions such as the Open Championship or Olympic Gold, tickets are available for purchase.