US Bank Championship In Milwaukee Tickets
Purchasing US Bank Championship In Milwaukee Tickets
US Bank Championship In Milwaukee tickets are now for sale at Vivid Seats, the ticket broker with one of the largest selection of sports tickets in the nation. The PGA tour schedule is really heating up this year and Vivid Seats has great deals on US Bank Championship In Milwaukee tickets. Vivid Seats is aware of the quiet intensity the game of golf can bring so we offer a great selection of PGA tickets at great prices for any event on the PGA tour schedule.
At Vivid Seats we follow the PGA Championship tour wherever it goes: whether it's the hot southwestern climate or the frigid climate of the northeast coast, Vivid Seats can get you US Bank Championship In Milwaukee golf tickets to see the best of the best at one of the most difficult games to master. Our protected, confidential internet server will make every US Bank Championship In Milwaukee tickets transaction safe and private. Get your US Bank Championship In Milwaukee tickets today at Vivid Seats.
US Bank Championship In Milwaukee News
About the US Bank Championship
The U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee is one of several regular golf championships, held in the framework of the PGA Tour. It is staged in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in July every year. The competition takes place at Brown Deer Park Golf Course. The chief sponsor of the championship is the U.S. Bancorp. The 2006 prize fund constituted $3,500,000, while $630,000 went to the final champion. The competition is organized by Milwaukee Golf Charities, Inc., while the funds collected from the tournament are redistributed to a number of other Wisconsin charities.
The events connected with professional golf in Milwaukee were held in the period from 1940 to 1951 and from 1955 to 1961. In 1968, the championship was staged under the name of the Greater Milwaukee Open (GMO), and was held against the British Open. The prize fund constituted $200,000 and was noted as the second biggest during the Tour. $40,000 from the fund was given to the winner. The U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee has been broadcast all over the States since 1989.
In 2004, U.S. Bank became the main sponsor of the tournament, the name of which the championship bears today. Not so long ago, U.S. Bank and Milwaukee Golf Charities Inc. stated that U.S. Bank is going to continue funding the golf tournament for at least three years more. The championship was held at different golf fields in and around Milwaukee. Initially it was held at North Hills Country Club, Menomonee Falls, in the years 1940, 1951, 1960 and 1961. In 1955, the Blue Mound Golf Club, Wauwatosa, was the venue for the event, after which it was moved to the Tripoli Country Club, Milwaukee, where the competition took place in 1956-1959, and 1971-1972. North Shore Country Club in Mequon was the place for the 1968-1970 golf championships, while Tuckaway Country Club in Franklin hosted the event in 1973-1993. Brown Deer Park Golf Course in Milwaukee became the venue for the event in 1994 and keeps the status today. The most recent winner of the championship is Corey Allen Pavin, an American professional golf player on the PGA Tour, born on November 16, 1959. He became a professional golf player in 1982, and was quickly recognized as a very successful player. He received three international wins in 1983, as well as his first PGA Tour win at the 1984 Houston Coca-Cola Open championship. Corey Pavin is known to have a victory in at least one competition on the PGA Tour or the international tour nearly every year. He was also on top of the PGA money list in 1991, being the last person to achieve the status without gaining at least one million US dollars. The tickets for the captivating U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee can be bought with the help of the ticket broker Vividseats.com. We will only offer the best tickets that will match your requirements at a reasonable price. Enjoy our fast and secure online ticket service now. Buy your tickets for the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee via Vividseats.com.