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The International Federation of PGA Tours created four annual events for professional golfers from the world over. One of these events is the Bridgestone Invitational which started in 1999 and continues to this day. Bridgestone follows a stroke play format along with the Cadillac Championship and the HSBC Champions event. HSBC is the most recent venture undertaken by the International Federation of PGA Tours under the flag of World Gold Championships.
The stroke play format entails counting the total number of strokes taken on each hole during a series of rounds or a single round. It's also known as 'medal play'. The triumphant player is obviously the one who comes through with the overall fewest number of strokes.
The concept behind World Gold Championships is having a large group of high profile golf tournaments, bringing together world-class players from all nationalities to one platform on a regular basis. The events have definitely been successful in garnering significant attention and in attracting elite players from all countries. The players selected are primarily from the winners of previous world-wide tournaments with the strongest fields, and also from the Official World Golf Ranking. Tiger Woods and Keegan Bradley are both from the European Ryder Cup teams, while Ernie Els and Adam Scott are in the top 50 of the Official World Golf ranking.
The golfer to scoop up the most wins in Bridgestone Invitational – Full Strip is Tiger Woods, who has won a whopping 18 out of 32 events and has won at least one event annually between 1999 and 2009. Other winners in the Bridgestone category include the Australian professional golfer Craig Perry in 2002, Darren Clarke from Northern Ireland in 2003 and Stewart Cink from the United States in 2004. Vijay Singh from Fiji won in 2008, and Hunter Mahan from the States won in 2010. The most recent victory, which was not Tiger Woods', was in 2012, when fellow American Keegan Bradley trumped him.
The champions have been vacillating for the past couple of years, but the top tier of players is consistent. In 2013, Tiger Woods was crowned champion with 265 strokes and coming up as second and third were Keegan Bradley and Henrik Stenson respectively. While just the previous year, 2012, Keegan Bradley had won.
Adam Scott won in 2011 with 520 Fedex points and Hunter Mahan in 2010. They were closely followed by Ryan Palmer from the States and Retief Goosen from South Africa.
Just like the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational, this year's tournament will also be taking place at the Firestone Country Club. The country club is situated on the outskirts of Akron, Ohio and the fact that it plays host to a WGC event says it all. It boasts of having 54 of the finest holes for golf at any private club nationwide. It has an elaborate set of courses, each of which have 18 holes and is around seven-thousand yards in length. Bridgestone Invitational – Full Strip tickets are available for avid golfers and for fans of the sport to come out and see world-class professionals play.