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Golf is a sport the whole family can play, watch and enjoy – so celebrate the last few weeks of summer vacation with a family trip to The Dell Technologies Championship, without breaking the family piggy-bank. Thanks to this unheard-of-in-any-other-sport deal, kids receive free (THAT’S RIGHT, FREE!) admission with a ticketed adult, making this summertime option an affordable entertainment experience. Take a closer look at some of the family features we've mapped out to create a day that both kids and parents will remember.
Kids 15 and younger are admitted free of charge when accompanied by a ticketed adult, and there is no limit to the number of youth fans admitted with that ticketed adult.
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1) Dell Technologies Championship Golf Ball
Following drop off at the main entrance, start your journey by the 9th fairway with a photo in front of the massive signature Dell Technologies Championship golf ball.
2) PGA TOUR Fan Shop
Buy a memory that will last a lifetime with an autograph-able golf ball or a signature Dell Technologies Championship flag. If autographs aren’t your thing, don’t let your kid leave without a Dell Technologies Championship polo, t-shirt or hat.
3) Practice Range
Post up at the practice range for a bit, where your kids will have a chance to see their favorite players warming up. You might even learn a thing …. or 10.
4) 16th green
The signature hole at TPC Boston. This water-protected par-3 makes for a great opportunity to see a hole-in-one similar to the ace Lucas Glover made in 2017. Or the one Brandt Snedeker produced here in 2011 when he spun it back straight into the hole, igniting the New England faithful.
5) Fairway Fanzone
Stop by the 17th Fairway Fanzone, where you can immerse yourself in the latest technology in the Dell Technologies Fan Experience. Let your kids go head-to-head against a robot to see who can solve a puzzle the fastest. Or race your friends with custom remote-control cars. You can even geek out with a virtual reality headset to experience the view from a drone when flying over TPC Boston. There’s something here for mom and dad too, with the Craft Beer Garden and 15’ TV to enjoy a beverage and watch the action while the kids dive into the latest Dell Alienware Auroras gaming technology.
6) 18th Green
With a roped off section of the bleachers, built solely for kids, this green is a perfect place for the family to take in the action. There are kid-friendly concessions, too, in case your little ones have picky pallets and are hungry for some chicken nuggets or pizza.
7) Kids-Only Autograph Zone on 18
Want to guarantee a joyful ride home? Stop by the Kids-Only Autograph Zone on your way out and give the kids a chance to get their latest gear signed by some of the world’s best players.
8) Kids Village
Kids Village offers a perfect getaway for the kiddos growing restless and looking to let out some energy during your visit. Located adjacent to the clubhouse, take the kids for a little jump around the moon bounce or play the nine-hole mini putt course. Don’t leave without a character drawing for the kids to hang up in their room when they get home. If you’re there on Saturday and Sunday, make sure to stop by from 11 AM – 1 PM to meet mascots from your favorite New England Sports Teams or take a picture with the Red Sox World Series trophies.
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