First responders, piedmont triad teachers, and members of the military are being offered great deal at the Wyndham Championship being played Wednesday, Aug. 11 through Sunday, Aug. 15 at the Sedgefield Country Club.
And not only do first responders, piedmont triad teachers and members of the military receive free tickets, they can also each get a free ticket for one guest.
Truist, the Wyndham Championship’s presenting sponsor, is providing the free tickets for first responders, which includes law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical technicians. To be admitted to the PGA golf tournament free, first responders will be required to show a current identification card, which also qualifies them to receive a complimentary admission wristband for one guest.
The sponsor providing free tickets for piedmont triad teachers from kindergarten through high school has chosen to remain anonymous, but it’s the same deal. A current school identification card is all that will be required for free admission for teachers and their guests.
Members of the military, which includes active duty, reservists and veterans, may receive two complimentary tickets for any one day of the tournament and that comes with access to the USO Patriots’ Outpost at the 10th green courtesy of Truist and Heroes Vacation Club. These tickets can only be claimed at https://www.vettix.org/ and the availability of these tickets may be limited.
All tickets will be digital, and a reminder for those old-fashioned types, the 2021 Wyndham Championship is cashless.
This is the 82nd annual Wyndham Championship, which was first played in 1938 and is the sixth-oldest event on the PGA TOUR, excluding the majors.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 Wyndham Championship was played without fans and with an extremely limited media presence.
For more information about the Wyndham Championship, you may go to www.wyndhamchampionship.com/ or the tournaments social media sites including the Wyndham Championship Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram.