TESTIMONALS

Tomm Lentz, Patron

"This is the best kept secret in golf. Everything about this
tournament is run like one of the four majors. It is easy to get to and from the parking areas and you get a great dose of southern hospitality. The fact that the Wells Fargo Championship  continues to attract the top ranked players is a testament to the quality of this tournament."

 

Tiger Woods, 2007 Champion

"Over the course of my career, I've won a few tournaments here and there, and it's been nice," Woods said. "This one, considering the field and the golf course and the conditions, I am ecstatic to have won here."

Bob Harig, ESPN

"The folks at the Wells Fargo Championship do a lot of things right, which is why in just five years, they have risen to the ranks of the best non-major tournaments on the PGA TOUR schedule."

 

Jay Gentile, Information Services

"The staff makes the whole experience fun. They are willing to go above and beyond to accomplish the goal of the Championship and that encourages me, as a volunteer to do the same."

Diane Abele, Scoreboards

"It's a beautiful location. The event is very friendly to the patrons and very organized. The Wells Fargo Championship does an excellent job taking into consideration the comfort the spectators."

 

Steve Slocum, Golf Week

"It's wonderful to see how in five years the tournament went from a ‘new event' to a ‘can't miss event' on the tour. To witness its progression and how it's turned into such a status symbol has been a great experience to be a part of."

Barry Edwards, Patron

"I have traveled all over the US to different golf tournaments, the Wachovia is the best venue on tour, anything you might need or want is always just a few yards away, it is truly a great way to entertain customers for the day."

 

Heidi Alderman, BASF Corporation

"This tournament has the field and feel of a "Major". The course and amenities are on par with tournaments such as The Masters. All this with the ability to follow your favorite players with ease and not overwhelming crowds."