April 24, 2014
TICKETS FOR THE 2014 BOEING CLASSIC NOW ON SALE!
The Boeing Classic is a sports experience like no other in the Northwest and an affordable option that the entire family can enjoy! Join us August 18-24 at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, a picture-perfect setting to watch the legends of golf compete at the best event on the Champions Tour. Tickets start as low as $20 per day and kids 14 and under receive free admission with a paid adult.
Fans can also take advantage of tremendous upgraded values with some of the best views on the course.
The Canyon Club at the Boeing Classic provides one of the best and most exciting 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 at the region’s premier golf event and provides great drama, impressive views and extra perks. Plus, don’t miss out on the exclusive Birdies for Beer promotion. When a Pro makes a birdie, you get half-off beers. Simple as that. This is the place to be at the Boeing Classic!
The ANA Dreamliner Lounge is all-inclusive hospitality location overlooking the 18th green, where the breathtaking views serve as the backdrop for world-class golf and provide the perfect venue to mingle with friends and business leaders throughout the Northwest. With this first-class experience you’ll enjoy food provided by the Northwest’s premier steakhouse, El Gaucho, 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. Tickets are only available in packages for groups of six (6) or eight (8) and include other great benefits for you or your company.
The Boeing Classic offers fantastic options for everyone from the most avid golf fan to those looking for a uniquely Seattle experience. Additional offers and ticket packages will be offered throughout the summer, so please continue to visit BoeingClassic.com for more information and we hope to see you out at the course!
WATCH GREAT TOURNAMENT ACTION FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVE IN THE 18TH GREEN RESERVED BOX SEATS
For the first time in tournament history, the Boeing Classic is offering reserved, front row box seating on the finishing hole at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. The 18th Green Reserved Box Seats is a brand new fan experience located in the heart of the action and there will be no better location to watch as the winner of the 2014 Boeing Classic is decided on Championship Sunday.
This unique hospitality location accommodates four guests and will include beverages, snacks and lunch served right in your seats by the Northwest’s premier steakhouse, El Gaucho, for all three days of tournament competition, August 22-24.
To find out more about how you or your company can take part in this new Boeing Classic experience, contact Steve Bowles at Steve@BoeingClassic.com.
TPC SNOQUALMIE RIDGE TO REMAIN THE HOME OF THE BOEING CLASSIC THROUGH 2016
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 breathtaking venue has been the tournament’s only home and as the Boeing Classic turns 10 this year, TPC Snoqualmie Ridge will proudly celebrate its 15th year of operation.
Having been awarded “The Best View from the Clubhouse” on the Champions Tour, fans won’t want to miss the panoramic views of Mt. Si, the Snoqualmie Valley, the Cascade Mountains and a sneak peak at Snoqualmie Falls that TPC Snoqualmie Ridge provides. It’s an incredible backdrop for world-class golf and a venue unlike any other sporting event in the Northwest.
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ CONTINUES TO DAZZLE FANS, WINS HIS CHAMPIONS TOUR DEBUT AT THE GREATER GWINNETT CHAMPIONSHIP
Miguel Angel Jimenez is a gamer. He simply plays golf in a disarming manner, enjoying it in the same way that he savors everything in life. That conceals,
occasionally at least, the tenacity of what he does and how he does it.
Jimenez made his Champions Tour debut at the Greater Gwinnett Championship. On Sunday, he completed his dismantling of TPC Sugarloaf and those who would
challenge him, including the class of the Champions Tour, Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples.
Jimenez shot a final round 67 for a 202 total, 14-under-par, and a 2-shot victory over Bernhard Langer, who posted three straight 68s. Jay Haas (67)
claimed third with 206, followed by Fred Couples (70) another shot back.
“It shows my game is in very good shape now,” Jimenez said. “A very nice day, I played very solid, very well. It’s great to play in first Champions event
Jimenez became the 18th player to win his Champions Tour debut and the second in two events, marking just the first time since 1980 that back-to-back
Champions Tour tournaments have been won by players making their debuts.
His victory earns him an immediate exemption on the Champions Tour for one full year, but Jimenez has a career-defining goal for 2014. He will be a member
of Europe’s Ryder Cup contingent for the match in Gleneagles, Scotland, in September since he has already been named an assistant by Captain Paul McGinley,
but Jimenez wants to represent his nation and his continent as a player and so he will concentrate on a European Tour schedule.
“He said he would not play any more this year (on the Champions Tour),” said his Sunday playing partner Langer. “He wants to make the Ryder Cup team and be
the oldest player ever to play for Europe. But golf can change. Who knows? Maybe he makes the Ryder Cup team by July and comes out here. I think we’re
going to see more of him in the future but not in the next few months.”
For now, Jimenez is focused on his ultimate goal.
“I still go my goal for the end of the year,” Jimenez said. “I would love to be part of the Ryder Cup.
“People want me all over the place. I don’t know what’s going to happen for me. It’s not about money … (it would) make me feel proud myself if I play in
the Ryder Cup once more.”
Bernhard Langer earned 158 Charles Schwab Cup points for his runner-up finish at the Greater Gwinnett Championship to increase his total in the season-long
race to 869 points. Langer widened his lead in the Schwab Cup race to 264 points over Fred Couples, who finished fourth at TPC Sugarloaf
and earned 107 points.
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