Allianz Championship tickets on sale
Updated On: Jan 24 2013 04:17:15 PM EST
Tickets to the Allianz Championship in Boca Raton are officially on sale, the tournament announced Thursday.
The week of golf will take place from Monday, Feb. 4 through Sunday, Feb. 10th.
In addition to three days of championship play, the Allianz Championship features an Executive Women’s Pro-Am with LPGA legend and eight-time “Player of the Year” Annika Sorenstam.
According to the Allianz Championship, the day includes a Breakfast and Q&A, along with a private clinic; two days of Executive Pro-Am play pairing participants with PGA pros; the 4th Annual “Grapes On The Green” Golf & Wine Experience held overlooking the 18th green during second round play; and the popular Saturday Family Day presented by Tommy Bahama.
All events take place at The Old Course at Broken Sound, 1401 NW 51st Street in Boca Raton. Attendees receive free grounds admission Monday through Thursday. Grounds admission is free all week for attendees under 17-years-old and those age 65 and above. The free admission is courtesy of the City of Boca Raton.
For detailed ticket purchase information, visit www.allianzchampionship.com/pages/tickets.
For more tournament information, call 561-241-GOLF (4653); fax 561-241-4658, or visit www.allianzchampionship.com. For Pro-Am registration and sponsorship package opportunities, contact Anthony Greco at 561-241-GOLF (4653) or email email@example.com.
The Allianz Championship tournament is managed by Pro Links Sports, which is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Directing five tournaments on the Champions Tour schedule, all are continuously voted in the top ten tournaments by the players, the organization said. The reputation brings some of the top golfers on the PGA Championship Tour to Boca Raton, along with other legends of golf.
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