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Boeing Classic tickets go on sale Monday
Tickets for the Boeing Classic golf tournament will go on sale Monday, April 28. Tickets start at $20 per day and kids 14 and under receive free admission with a paid adult. The event will be Aug. 18-24 at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.
Fans also can take advantage of upgraded values with some of the best views on the course.
The Canyon Club at the Boeing Classic provides one of the best vantage points at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge where you can watch your favorite Champions Tour Pro go for the green over Bear’s Canyon or play it safe and lay up in the fairway. It’s a risk-reward hole like no other and provides great drama, impressive views and extra perks.
Also offered is the Birdies for Beer promotion. When a Pro makes a birdie, you get half-off beers.
The ANA Dreamliner Lounge is all-inclusive hospitality location overlooking the 18th green. Food will be provided by one of the Northwest’s premier steakhouses, El Gaucho, and there will be indoor and outdoor seating options, HDTV screens to keep current on all the course action and a front row seat to watch the 2014 champion on the 18th Green.
For the first time in tournament history, the Boeing Classic is offering reserved, front row box seating on the finishing hole. The location accommodates four guests and will include beverages, snacks and lunch served in seats seats, again by El Gaucho, for all three days of tournament competition, Aug. 22-24.
Additional offers and ticket packages will be offered throughout the summer. More information is available at BoeingClassic.com or by contacting Steve Bowles at Steve@BoeingClassic.com.
The Boeing Classic and TPC Snoqualmie Ridge have reached agreement to keep the region’s premier golf event at the Jack Nicklaus-designed course at least through 2016. The venue has been the tournament’s only home and as the Boeing Classic turns 10 this year as TPC Snoqualmie Ridge celebrates its 15th year of operation.
The course has been awarded “The Best View from the Clubhouse” on the Champions Tour. It includes panoramic views of Mt. Si, the Snoqualmie Valley, the Cascade Mountains and a sneak peak at Snoqualmie Falls.