TPC Sawgrass Offers Prime Access to Players Championship

TPC Sawgrass Offers Prime Access to Players Championship

March 11, 2020 by John Scott Lewinski

The Players Championship, golf’s unofficial fifth Major, will return to TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra from March 12-15. Passionate fans of means can still get into prime position to take in the tournament through the event’s hospitality packages.

Tickets are on sale now for The Players, offering access to world #1 golfer Rory McIlroy’s attempt to become the first repeat champion in the tournament’s Florida history. However, the prime seats on-site await in The Players Club. Offering views of the final 18th hole and the iconic #17 island par three, the club pampers visitors with gourmet food and beverage, private lounge space and a $500 VIP shopping experience in the Pro Shop.

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Accommodations at the adjoining Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort and Spa book up quickly around tournament booking season, but tourney visitors can still enjoy access to the property’s seven restaurants and additional shops and dining options within walking distance.













TPC Sawgrass Offers Prime Access to Players Championship

March 11, 2020 by John Scott Lewinski

The Players Championship, golf’s unofficial fifth Major, will return to TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra from March 12-15. Passionate fans of means can still get into prime position to take in the tournament through the event’s hospitality packages.

Tickets are on sale now for The Players, offering access to world #1 golfer Rory McIlroy’s attempt to become the first repeat champion in the tournament’s Florida history. However, the prime seats on-site await in The Players Club. Offering views of the final 18th hole and the iconic #17 island par three, the club pampers visitors with gourmet food and beverage, private lounge space and a $500 VIP shopping experience in the Pro Shop.

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Accommodations at the adjoining Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort and Spa book up quickly around tournament booking season, but tourney visitors can still enjoy access to the property’s seven restaurants and additional shops and dining options within walking distance.