Wednesday, August 13, 2014

((Golf)) Wyndham Championship 2014 Live Stream Watch PGA Tour Online HD

Hello Golf Fans ! Sandwiched between the end of the PGA Championship and the start of the FedEx Cup playoffs, the Wyndham Championship offers fans a competitive stepping stone between two of the most exciting times of the season.

Last week's tremendous finale at Valhalla saw Rory McIlroy join Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as the only players with four majors at age 25. McIlroy won't be in action this week, as he seeks to recharge his batteries before the PGA Tour's postseason, but the field is rather strong, all things considered.


Wyndham Championship 2014 Live
When: Aug 14 – Aug 17, 2014
Location: Greensboro, NC
Sedgefield Country Club
Purse: $5,300,000
Live TV: Official TV Stream ( Online )

Following the playoffs is the Ryder Cup, which American Patrick Reed has qualified for thanks to three wins in his young career. Reed's breakthrough victory came at this tournament last year, when he defeated U.S. prodigy and 2014 Ryder Cup teammate Jordan Spieth in a playoff.

The Ryder Cup points are closed, but USA captain Tom Watson will decide on three at-large captain's picks. Several golfers in the running for such a designation will also be striding the fairways at Sedgefield Country Club.

Here is an overview of how to catch the golf beginning on Thursday in Greensboro, North Carolina, along with a breakdown of the top groups to watch.

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To stick with the Ryder Cup narrative, Reed ought to inspire and lift the level of play for both Snedeker and Simpson, who are pictured above playing on the most recent Presidents Cup team.

Rex Hoggard of Golf Channel provides a snapshot of the situation for the USA team ahead of September's showdown with Europe at Gleneagles:

Simpson won the Wyndham Championship in 2011, less than one year before he won his maiden major at the U.S. Open. Although Snedeker doesn't have a major to his name and has struggled for much of the season, he was the 2012 FedEx Cup champion and is one of the best putters on the planet when he's on his game.

But there is no question that Snedeker, sitting 21st in the points standings (h/t, has a lot more ground to make up than Simpson. Snedeker won this tournament at a different venue in 2007. However, he is playing better golf as of late.

Mike O'Malley of Golf Digest lauded the way Snedeker closed out the PGA Championship at Valhalla:

Reed is the man to beat, though. Ever since making his comments about being a top-five player in the world, he has gone through the majors as a non-factor.

Getting to prove himself in a respectable title defense, in the FedEx Cup playoffs and at Gleneagles would go a long way in changing the somewhat negative perception about him. Reed probably doesn't care about that, but he's a massive, young American talent, and he should care.

Haas has won the FedEx Cup before, stands 35th in the points standings and yet has no truly memorable performances from the entire year. Never has he had a top-10 finish in a major, though no one had more such results on the PGA Tour last season.

Which group will produce the winner of the Wyndham Championship?
Patrick Reed-Brandt Snedeker-Webb Simpson Hideki Matsuyama-Billy Horschel-Nick Watney Bill Haas-Davis Love III-Fred Couples Other, comment below. Submit Vote vote to see results

Between Haas' past success in the playoffs to draw on and the Ryder Cup stories he's bound to hear from Love and Couples while playing alongside them for 36 holes, some sort of fire ought to be ignited. At age 32, Haas has to start making it happen in the majors, where he often comes out flat and off his game.

A strong result this week, combined with a nice playoff performance, could catapult Haas forward and push him to the next level, where he's contending for majors and fulfilling his potential to do so.

All of these aforementioned storylines, along with the last-ditch efforts being made by some to qualify for the postseason, promise to make the Wyndham Championship compelling.

This tournament will provide a deeper glimpse into golf's bright future, where even playing fields that lack household-name star power are generating competitive greatness seemingly every week. As a bonus, a number of major champions, including Ernie Els, will also be in the mix at Sedgefield.

Only diehard golf fans may tune in, but those who were captivated by the finish at Valhalla this last Sunday won't be disappointed by watching what transpires in Greensboro.

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