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Bostonans know a thing or two about having a good time, so there’s no doubt this journey will be a popular one! Great food, drinks, the best golfers in the world, all enjoyed with a great group of friends – there’s no better way to spend an afternoon.
All we ask is that you have a blast and tag us on social (@DellTechChamp) or use the hashtag #DellTechChamp (we have a serious case of FOMO, we admit it…).
1) Dell Technologies Championship Golf Ball
Welcome to the Dell Technologies Championship, where you’ll be immediately greeted by the oversized Dell Technologies Championship golf ball. It’s the perfect spot to begin your voyage. Be sure to take a photo here with your crew and post on social for a chance to be featured on the @accounts!
2) Spectator Alley
On your way in, be sure to stop at Spectator Alley where you have the chance to receive a free massage from Massage Envy and other goodies from local businesses. It’s called Spectator Alley for a reason!
3) Michelob ULTRA Oasis
Located behind the 18th green, the Michelob ULTRA Oasis is a great place to sit in the shade and grab a bite to eat, all while catching the action on a massive jumbotron. Need food? Try a steak sandwich at the Ruth’s Chris Steak House concession stand, make a stop at the Whoopie Pie Wagon or visit the Beantown Market. #AllTheFoodOptions
4) William Hill Estate Wine & Dine on the 16th Green
Situated at the 16th green, the William Hill Estate Wine & Dine might be the chillest spot on the course. Wine? Check. Shaded tables and Adirondack chairs? Check. Did we say wine? Yes, that’s really all you needed to know, right?
5) Fairway Fanzone and a Beer Box
Forget finding the nearest bartender, just find the Michelob ULTRA Beer Box – the first of its kind at a PGA TOUR event – at the Boston Brewhouse. Think of it as a vending machine for beer. The type of stop you need when you’re just looking to grab a quick brew before returning to the action. And yes, you’ll likely start googling how to buy your own Beer Box first.
6) Topgolf Swing Suite
After watching the pros hit their targets on the course, it’s time to hit your own at the Topgolf Swing Suite in the Dell Technologies Fan Experience on the 17th fairway. Just like Topgolf, you’ll have a blast.
7) Grey Goose 19th Hole
Ain’t no party like a Grey Goose Boston Tee Party, the tournament’s signature drink in the Grey Goose 19th Hole overlooking the 16th hole. Pose in front of the sailboat wall or snap a shot with your drink in front of this signature hole at TPC Boston - whatever your Instagram is feeling.
Want to make our signature drink recipe at home?
Boston Tee Party ingredients:
1 1/2 part GG Le Citron
1 1/2 part Honest Half Tea Half Lemonade
1 1/2 part Fresh Lemonade Stir and garnish with a Lemon peel
8) Practice Range
Let’s be real…you don’t just want an autograph - you want a selfie with a player. The practice range is your spot to make it happen! Our only request? Let the kids have a go at it first.
9) PGA TOUR Fan Shop
No one wants to go home empty handed from the Dell Technologies Championship. Take time on your way out to stop by the merchandise tent to grab a polo, hat or souvenir from Boston’s only PGA TOUR stop.
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