FORT WAYNE, IND. (Nov. 18, 2013) ––Tickets for the 2014 Hotel Fitness Championship—are on sale now, just in time for the holiday season. The tournament, hosted by the Western Golf Association, will be held Aug. 25-31, 2014 at Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind.
All tournament patrons will have access to free parking, and ticket prices include all service fees. Tickets may be purchased online at http://www.hotelfitnesschampionship.com or at the Bobick’s Golf Headquarters locations at 5200 Bluffton Road and 403 Coliseum Blvd. E.
Bobick’s will be running a special buy one, get one free ticket promotion until Dec. 31. The free ticket must be of equal or lesser value, and there is a limit of four free tickets per customer. On Dec. 2, the Hotel Fitness Championship will also be featuring a Cyber Monday deal on the tournament website with all ticket prices discounted 50 percent off—the lowest rates of the year.
The regular general admission grounds ticket options are:
• One Day Practice Round Grounds Ticket ($10): Valid one day of your choice, Aug. 25-27
• One Day Championship Round Grounds Ticket ($25): Valid one day of your choice, Aug. 28-31
• Weekly Grounds Ticket ($65): Valid each day of the tournament, Aug. 25-31
Patrons also have two options for purchasing upgraded tickets that include both grounds access and entry into two upgraded pavilions with views of the 9th or 16th hole. Upgraded pavilions provide shelter from the elements, stadium seating with a view of golf and access to cocktails and a variety of food and beverages for purchase.
• One Day Championship Round Upgraded Ticket ($50): Valid one day of your choice, Aug. 28–31
• Four Day Championship Round Upgraded Ticket ($115): Valid each Championship Round, Aug. 28-31
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to build off the success of the 2013 Hotel Fitness Championship to produce an even better event in 2014,” said Duke Butler IV on behalf of the tournament’s host organization. “As the official proving ground of the PGA TOUR, three out of every four PGA TOUR members have played on the Web.com Tour. Patrons of the Hotel Fitness Championship are guaranteed to see world-class golf that week.”
The Hotel Fitness Championship is one of four Web.com Tour Finals events for 2014 that will determine the 50 players who earn cards for the 2014-15 PGA TOUR season under the TOUR's enhanced qualifying system.
“We are proud that so many fans came out to support the inaugural year of the Hotel Fitness Championship, and we look forward to increasing the attendance numbers in 2014,” said Bruce Dye, CEO of Hotel Fitness. “Fort Wayne is a great golf community, and the support of fans is instrumental in creating an exciting atmosphere for the players, TOUR and all supporting parties.”
Players who are eligible for the Hotel Fitness Championship include the top-75 money winners on the Web.com Tour at the conclusion of the Regular Season; players who finish 126-200 on the PGA TOUR's FedExCup points list at the end of the TOUR’s Regular Season; and, any non-members who earn enough points to place them among 126-200 on the FedExCup points list at the end of the Regular Season.
All proceeds from the 2014 Hotel Fitness Championship will benefit the Evans Scholars Foundation, which awards full tuition and housing college scholarships to caddies of modest means.
“The support of the golf community affords us the tremendous opportunity to award the gift of a college education to deserving caddies,” said John Kaczkowski, WGA president and CEO. “We expect to make a very substantial donation to the Evans Scholars with a successful 2014 Hotel Fitness Championship.”
To purchase tickets, visit http://www.hotelfitnesschampionship.com or contact Sally White at (224) 260-3786 or email@example.com. Tickets will also be on sale at Bobick’s Golf Headquarters throughout the year. To learn more about the WGA and the Evans Scholars Foundation, visit www.wgaesf.org.
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