While not everybody will own up to it, every time we head out to do a little Christmas shopping there’s an excellent chance we’ll buy something for ourselves along the way. The 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship will tempt the best of us with their newly introduced, limited-time, holiday gift ticket packages that are perfect for golf fans everywhere. Which means, you’re going to want to buy some for yourself as well, considering the savings at hand.
With the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship returning to Harbor Shores next May 19th to the 24th in 2020, Ryan Ogle’s team has introduced four incredible Championship ticket options to make gift-giving easy this holiday season. These holiday gift packages are limited in quantities and feature rounds of golf at the beautiful Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course at Harbor Shores along with discounted tickets to the Championship, all in a festive gift presentation. As a bonus, orders placed by December 19th will be shipped in time for Christmas delivery.
Highlights of the holiday gift options include an ultimate golf experience that combines tickets to the Championship with rounds of golf at pristine Harbor Shores. Recipients of that exclusive gift will have an opportunity to witness the greats of the game at the Championship in the Spring and return to play the same Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course to create their own golfing memories. Holiday packages available include:
- Ultimate Golf Experience ($129) — If you have an avid golfer on your shopping list, this option is perfect for them as it provides purchasers with one (1) any single-day Flex Grounds ticket, a certificate for one (1) round of golf at Harbor Shores and a blank KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship holiday card for personalization. The recipient of this gift will be counting down the days to springtime.
- Ultimate Golf Foursome ($399) — If you’re looking to entertain a group of friends and have an experience that will last a lifetime, this option is perfect. A certificate for four (4) rounds of golf at Harbor Shores, a certificate for one (1) Flex Grounds Ticket 4-Pack (4 tickets included) and a blank KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship holiday card for personalization.
For those who want to take holiday gift-giving to the next level for the golf fanatic in their lives, give consideration to one of the following Championship holiday gift boxes.
- Makers Trail 19th Hole Holiday Box ($159 ea.) — Perfect for the craft beverage lover, this popular ticket package includes a certificate for two (2) Makers Trail 19th Hole tickets for the day of their choice, two (2) KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship logoed beanie hats, and a blank Championship holiday card for personalization, all in a KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship themed box.
- Flex Grounds Ticket Four Pack ($99) — This option is just right for those who want flexibility in choosing when to attend the Championship as it includes a certificate for one (1) Flex Grounds Ticket 4-pack (4 tickets included), two (2) logoed beanie hats and a blank holiday card for personalization, all in the Senior PGA Championship themed box.
Championship Director Ryan Ogle says, “Giving the gift of golf has never been easier with these unique Championship gift packages,” and adds, “With the deepest discounts on ticket options for the Championship, we encourage fans to act quickly as packages are limited and will sell quickly!” Just another reason why you’ll certainly want to consider buying for yourself at the same time.
You can keep up with the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship on social media for more opportunities to get in on the holiday cheer this year, including the unveiling of the “12 Days of Holiday Giveaways” launching in early December. It’s your chance to make this holiday perfect for the golf fan in your life by giving them the gift of golf. (And adding in a little something for yourself, at the same time!)
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The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship was born in 1937 on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club. Since then, famed champions such as Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Lee Trevino, Raymond Floyd, and Colin Montgomerie have hoisted the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy.