An exciting chapter ahead for both Pros and Amateur golfers.
Strolling the best fairways in golf with the Legends of the game.
The Legends Tour is extremely proud to offer golfers the unique opportunity to share the 1st tee with their golfing idols. The starter announces your name, a Legend of the game offers encouragement, the heart races, the quiet descends, a smooth swing, your drive dissects the fairway. Your dream has come true.
Be part of the greatest experience in golf
The Legends Tour are creating a 2021 schedule that will test pro and amateur golfers globally. On a selection of world-famous courses, with the Legends of the game, we are pleased to confirm the first of many tournaments to come.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Ian ‘Woosie’ Woosnam was a name never far away from the top of the leaderboard. A winner on both the PGA and European Tour, the highlight of his career was undoubtedly his Masters’ triumph in 1991.
Paul is not only the first Irishman to captain the Ryder Cup team, but he is also a winning captain, victorious at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
"It means a lot to spend time with passionate golf fans, sharing my thoughts and knowledge on leadership, performance and creating a winning team culture based on a player and as a victorious Ryder Cup Captain"
The 1999 Ryder Cup was probably one of the more famous matches. A controversial few days, won by the USA, but marred by alleged over-zealous celebrations from the home team aswell as criticism for James regarding his wild card picks. Six-time major winner, Faldo was not one of the picks and all three of James’ picks only played once and all lost. However, James would not change a think and his book Into the Bear Pit is a fascinating read about all that happened that year.
Many golfers are successful. Some win numerous Majors, some spend weeks as world number one, some win on all tours globally. Paul Lawrie is a successful golfer, but he has two iconic golf moments that golf fans will remember forever.
John Daly won the 1995 Open at St Andrews, beating Constantino Rocca in a play-off. Only one shot further behind and in his first full season on the European Tour was New Zealand’s Michael Campbell. Campbell had been two shots ahead at the start of the final round, but this experience would hold him in good stead ten years later.
The cheers of support and encouragement could be heard in Dublin, as Darren Clarke strode onto the 1st tee at the K Club in 2006. The 36th Ryder Cup in Ireland was arguably Clarke’s Ryder Cup. Having tragically lost his wife to cancer only six weeks earlier, Ian Woosnam selected Clarke as one of his wild cards and the rest is history. Clarke did not let him down, winning all three of his matches as Europe went on to convincingly beat the USA.