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We (and you) know who you are. You arrive the minute the gates open and stay until the final putt drops. You can recite the names and years of all past champions at The Dell Technologies Championship. You are our die-hards, and we love the enthusiasm and energy you bring to all things golf. So to reward your obsession passion, we’ve mapped out the perfect experience to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action, or the fun.
First things first, geek up: Download the PGA TOUR App, the PGA TOUR LIVE app, and the new PGA TOUR AR (Augmented Reality) app to get all of the ShotLink stats at your fingertips while catching live action of the Featured Groups before the telecast window starts.
1) 10th Tee
Catch the PGA TOUR’s top 100 players teeing off from the 10th tee as the second FedExCup Playoffs event rolls along. This is the perfect place to stop and catch some golf on your way to the practice range.
2) Practice Range
There’s no better place on the course to post up and get views of multiple swings of the best players in the world at the same time. Check out what drills they’re working on or how they work through their bag when warming up for a round. Or just sit there and ponder how in the world can a human the size of Justin Thomas can hit a golf ball as far as he does? Whatever you’re looking to learn, this is the place for the golf obsessed. #YoureWelcome
3) Walk Holes 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and then park down in the bleachers on 16
Golf fanatics want to see the venues that put the world’s best to the test. Take off down 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 before parking down in the bleachers on 16 to get a good view of the Arnold Palmer/Gil Hanse-designed TPC Boston, which players have raved about since the tournament first started here in 2003. With Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, etc., on the winner’s list, it’s no question whether this beautiful links-style track brings out the world’s best.
4) Fairway Fanzone
Hungry? Stop and grab some delicious grub from Shake Shack, Luke’s Lobster or Sweet Tomatoes Pizza. Or just grab them all and stuff your face with your friends on the picnic tables.
5) Topgolf Swing Suite
Picked up some tips from the world’s best and want to test them out immediately? Head to the Topgolf Swing Suite and test your game in the Dell Technologies Fan Experience on the 17th fairway, where you can fire at targets as if you’re at the real Topgolf.
6) Bridgestone Performance Center
Want to rip some drives of your own after seeing Dustin Johnson or Rory McIlroy bomb it? Pop over to the Bridgestone Performance Center to crush some drives and a chance to win a free sleeve of Bridgestone golf balls. You can thank us later.
7) Michelob UTLRA Beer Box
Hoping to grab a brew while guaranteeing you won’t miss the action? The Michelob Ultra Beer Box, the first ever at a PGA TOUR event, is in the Fairway Fanzone. You’ll leave wondering how you can get your own Beer Box at home.
8) Hole 18
There’s nowhere on the course better to potentially see the big bird land than the 18th hole, where players routinely attack the picturesque par-5 in two. It’s here where the most eagles have been registered since the tournament began in 2003 and the spot where Steve Stricker striped one of the most memorable shots in tournament history, nearly knocking in his second for a double eagle on his way to victory in 2009.
9) PGA TOUR Fan Shop
Don’t forget to stop by the merchandise tent on the way out and grab a fresh polo or hat. You don’t want to leave without the latest Dell Technologies Championship gear and souvenirs.
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