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January 13, 2011

Boeing Classic Tickets Now on Sale -
New Canyon Club Upgrade Available

Tickets to the 2011 Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge are now on sale. A grounds pass ranges from $20-$100. Canyon Club Party passes can be purchased in addition to a grounds pass for only $15.

The Canyon Club is a skybox located on No. 14 hole at the base of the infamous Bear’s Canyon. This is a great spot to watch the pros, receive a free beer or wine coupon and access to upgraded food and beverage options. A sun deck on the back of the Canyon Club looks over No. 18 tee box and allows spectators to watch their favorite pros twice. Reserve your tickets today!

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Sign Up to Volunteer at the 2011 Boeing Classic

With over 26 different committees to choose from there is a volunteer committee that suits everyone. Volunteers only have to sign up for one shift and golf experience is not required. Register today to volunteer as a marshal, shuttle cart driver, scoreboard operations or work on the driving range or in the media center.

Volunteers receive a discounted registration fee until April 1, 2011. The volunteer package is valued at over $300 and includes items like two (2) Nike polo shirts, a Nike performance fleece, parking passes, weekly tickets and more. Register today as committees are filled on a first come, first serve basis.

Korean Air Pro-Am: A Unique Opportunity to Play with the Pros

Fred Couples with his 2010 Pro-Am Foursome

The Boeing Classic’s Korean Air Pro-Am is a unique opportunity to play two rounds at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge with gold legends like Fred Couples, Kenny Perry, Corey Pavin, Tom Kite, 2010 Boeing Classic Champion Bernhard Langer and others.

All proceeds benefit the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason. In addition, Pro-Am payments are eligible for a 50% tax deduction. This is a great way to improve your game, get to know the pros and host clients.

For more information about how to play in the Pro-Am click here.

Another Seasoned Rookie Crop is Ready to Tackle the Tour

2011 Rookie, Kenny Perry

We all know now that Fred Couples was the runaway star from the 2010 rookie class. His season included four wins, more than $2 million in earnings for the first time in his 30-year career and an all-time Champions Tour scoring average of 67.96, earning him the Rookie of the Year title. But who is going to be the standout rookie of the 2011 season?

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