Xander Schauffele, who grew up playing golf at Bernardo Heights Country Club in San Diego and who is still a Member, birdied the final hole to win this past weekend’s PGA Tour Greenbrier Classic in White Sulpher Springs, Virginia. The victory was 23-year-old rookie Schauffele’s first win on the PGA Tour and earned him a spot in this year’s British Open at Royal Birkdale (July 20-23), this year’s PGA Championship (Aug. 10-17) and next year’s Masters.
Though he is all the buzz today in the world of golf, the staff and the Members at Bernardo Heights, where he began playing at the age of 9, have always believed in him, are ecstatic about his win and will continue to follow his career. Go Xander!
Welcome back to ClubCorp’s Firestone Country Club for the World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational! The Club is serving as the site of the tournament for the 15th year and 2014 not only marks the 61st consecutive year of professional tournament golf at the Firestone, but the Club also unveiled an exciting multimillion-dollar reinvention!
This year 76 players, including defending champion and eight-time winner Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia and Jordan Spieth (playing the Bridgestone Invitational for the first time) are slated to take on the illustrious South Course – also known as “The Monster” – and compete for the $9 million purse. Best of luck to all the players!
Firestone is home to 54 holes of challenging, world-class golf among three private courses – the North, South and West Courses. Improvements from the Club’s recent multimillion-dollar reinvention include:
- New warm and welcoming lobby and reception area
- Updated 1929 Grille with contemporary décor featuring a new full bar, casual dining, TVs throughout and stunning golf course views
- Redefined private event and meeting spaces
- New outdoor patios featuring fire pits and à la carte dining
We look forward to welcoming competitors, tournament guests and Members to this year’s World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational. See you at the tournament!
Club 14 is back and better than ever! The HP Byron Nelson Championship returns to TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas in Irving, TX this year promising great golf, and ClubCorp is ready to make Members' tournament experiences unforgettable! Members can watch golf in style at Club 14, located on the No. 15 tee box and No. 14 green as they enjoy great food, music and company!
Wednesday, May 14
$75 per person | Senior $55 per person
Bogies, Brats & Brews
Thursday, May 15
$95 per person | Two for $150
Fiesta on 14
Friday, May 16
$190 per person
Smokin’ Hot & live music from 5 — 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 17
$190 per person
Southern Comfort & live music from 5 — 6 p.m.
Sunday, May 18
$150 per person | Two for $250
Featuring daily complimentary* Grey Goose Bloody Mary Bar
All tickets include*
- One Club 14 VIP pass and daily admission ticket
- Valet parking or private club shuttle**
- Power breakfast, lunch and hors d’oeuvres
- Beer, wine and soft drinks, plus cash bar
- Outdoor patio and air-conditioned tent
- Private air-conditioned restrooms
There's no better way to experience The Byron – we hope to see you there! Call ClubLine to reserve your tickets today! 800.433.5079
*Subject to availability. Some restrictions and exclusions may apply.**Valet parking pass provided with a minimum purchase of four tickets per day. Private club shuttle from Las Colinas Country Club available to all Club 14 ticket holders
Former President George W. Bush hosts The Warrior Open, a competitive golf tournament kicking off today at the Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, Texas. ClubCorp is also sponsoring this event which features and honors post–9/11 U.S. Armed Forces members who were wounded in combat. In addition to honoring those who serve our country, the Warrior Open also honors the many organizations that support the military and their families.
Pre-tournament events began yesterday with The Warrior Open Pro-Am where professional golfers including Justin Leonard, Paul Stankowski, David Graham, Finley Ewing, Chris Parra, Joe Ogilvie, Ryan Palmer, Martin Flores, Jim Holtgrieve and JJ Henry, played alongside the warriors, caddies and military organizations. This was an opportunity for the players to warm-up, enjoy themselves and chat with President Bush, who rode around to every hole visiting the players and taking pictures with family members.
After a color guard ceremony, the national anthem and remarks from President Bush, the 24 players will take to the course to begin their first day of golf. The Warrior Open is not open to the public, but you can follow the action through The Bush Center’s website, leaderboard and Twitter account, @TheBushCenter.