Ellie Mae Classic Web Tour
From 9 August to 12th August 2018
The Web Tour golf event Ellie Mae Classic 2018 will be held at TPC Stonebrae, Stonebrae Country Club, Hayward, California, USA. This Event is scheduled from 9th August to 12th August 2018, it will be live continuous four days. This tournament started in 2008 and since it is being hosted on the same venue. In 2010, Fourth Round was cut off because of fog and the full season in 2013 event was not played because of the construction of course.
The prize money of the Tour is $600,000 and $108,000 will be received by the winner, the format of the game is Stroke Play. 156 players will challenge each other's luck to win the game in the 4-day continuous tournament and compete on the ground of Ellie Mae Classic on Web Tour which happens in the month of August. American Martin Piller is the defending champion of the game. Stephen Jaeger from Germany has the record of 58 in 18-holes and 250 in 72-holes and was also the winner in 2016 Web Tour. Stephen Curry is participating this year through the sponsorship given by Golden State Warriors.
Professionals from around the world come and participate in this competition and fight for the title. Names with years of the recent champions of this tour are here: Martin Piller 2017, Stephan Jaeger 2016, Kim Si-woo 2015, Tony Finau 2014, Alex Aragon 2012, Daniel Chopra 2011, Kevin Chappell 2010 and Michael Sim 2009.
Enjoy all these Champions who are playing in the game through our live streaming service in HD- quality which is available everywhere in the world and can be accessed from any smart device like iPad, Chromecast, Android, Apple, Mac etc. We offer three premium packages which is very much in the range of everyone, get it according to your choice and budget and enjoy every moment of the game live.
Event: Ellie Mae Classic Web Tour
Organized under: WEB TOUR
Date: 9th August – 12th August 2018
Location: TPC Stonebrae Country Club
City/State/Country: Hayward, California, USA
Defending Champion: Martin Piller
Info: 4 DAYS, 72 HOLES, 156 PLAYERS