The PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship, held at the Sedgefield Country Club, is less than a month away.
The 83rd annual Wyndham Championship is set for Wednesday, August 3 through Sunday, August 7.
The Wyndham is known as one of the PGA Tour’s most fan-friendly tournaments and many of the most-popular fan amenities that make the Wyndham the place to be – even for those who may not be huge golf fans – will return this summer.
Wyndham Tournament Director Boddy Powell said, “One of our most important efforts each year is providing multiple options for those who attend the Wyndham Championship with a grounds ticket. People like to have options, and that’s what we’re providing. Whether you want a great view of the tournament or you prefer spending your day listening to live music and watching the Wyndham Championship on television, we have you covered. Whether it’s access to corporate hospitality or one of our complementary fan amenities, the Wyndham Championship is the place to be for everyone.”
Margaritaville at the Wyndham is always popular and again this year people will be able to enjoy a cheeseburger in paradise and an adult beverage while enjoying live music Wednesday through Sunday.
At the Sunbrella Wine Deck there is a shaded viewing platform of the 17th fairway.
Tito’s Stillhouse will be to the right of the ninth green and will feature specialty drinks made with Tito’s handmade vodka, including the tournament’s signature cocktail.
Now is the time to purchase tickets. The Wyndham Championship is offering a discount for advanced ticket purchases through July 23. For example, daily grounds tickets for the first round of tournament play on Thursday, August 4 are $60 but will increase to $70 on July 24.
All ticket options, along with detailed pricing, are available for purchase at http://www.wyndhamchampionship.com/tickets .
Tournament tickets must be purchased online in advance. Tickets cannot be purchased at the tournament entrance.
When I was younger, I tried all the major sports, even putt-putt. I was NFG at any of them. Only well into middle age did I discover my two sports.
No golf for me, I lost all my balls.
$70 bucks??? For the GGO?
I’ll stick to watching it on TV…