Golf Majors – Details Of The Upcoming events in Golf Majors 2010

Golf Majors

The four Golf Majors which include The Masters, US Open, The Open and PGA Championship 2010 has been scheduled. Every best player of different countries will be participating in this coming Golf Majors 2010. The eyes of the golfing world will be on each Major in 2010 as they take centre stage through the calendar as the players prepare to succeed on the biggest stage of all. It takes a special type of player that wins a Golf Major, a player that thrives under pressure when on the back nine on a Sunday afternoon with the trophy in sight. Read on to get more information about Golf Majors.

The Masters 2010 will be the first of the majors in the calendar. The event will be held starting from 8 April to 11 April 2010 at the Augusta National Golf Club. Augusta is known as having lightning quick greens which make putting the priority for any player in the US Masters Odds. However, the upcoming events in Golf Majors 2010 also include the US Open which is scheduled to be held from 17 to 20 June, 2010. The event will take place at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Links in California which should provide a fantastic spectacle for both the players and fans across the world.

The Open Championship, which is the third Golf Majors 2010, will be held in 15-18 July, 2010. This Golf championship will be held at The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. The Open is the only one of the Golf Majors that takes place outside of the USA and is always played on links courses around England and Scotland. This championship provides a different test to any other tournament which is what makes it so intriguing for golf punters.

The USPGA Championship will be the 4th and the final Golf Majors of the year 2010. The championship is scheduled to be take place starting from 12 August to 15 August, 2010. The PGA Championship will be held at the Whistling Straits in Wisconsin and the betting will feature all the top players as always when the players gather in August. However, Y.E Yang scored a remarkable victory in the 2009 PGA Championship with a three stroke triumph over Tiger Woods, the first occasion Woods has lost a Major while leading going into the final round.

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