The Barclays has a history that dates back over 40 years and is one of the most anticipated tournaments on the PGA Tour. The Barclays was founded in 1967 and was originally known as the Westchester Classic. The tournament drew its orginal name from the Westchester Country Club in New York, where the tournament was played. The Barclays was played at Westchester Country Club every year until 2007, after which the tournament rotated between multiple golf courses in the Northeast, including Ridgeway Country Club, Liberty National Golf Club, and Plainfield Country Club. Over the years the Barclays has produced some sensational golf, with former tournament winners including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Adam Scott, Vijay Singh, and Sergio Garcia.
The Barclays Event Guide
What day should I purchase tickets for?
Each day of the The Barclays offers fans and spectators something unique. The three practice rounds lets you get a glimpse of the strategy and form of your favorite players, while also getting to walk to ground uninhibited. The four tournament days at the The Barclays are always packed with action, with a champion being crowned on the tournament's final day.
Who will be in the field for the 2016 Barclays?
The The Barclays one of the finest golf tournaments in Canada. Previous winners of the The Barclays include Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ernie Els, and Lee Vijay Singh. The exact field for the 2016 The Barclays is released just prior to the event, and usually includes many of the top players on the PGA Tour.