Regions to unveil “Watering Hole” at this year’s tournament
FROM STAFF REPORTS
HOOVER – The Regions Tradition, May 16-20, is now less than a month away, as several of the world’s best PGA Tour Champions golfers will take to the Founders Course at Greystone Golf and Country Club looking to bring home the year’s first major championship.
While fans look forward to the event each and every year, this year there will be a new feature to build up even more excitement with the addition of the “Watering Hole,” otherwise known as the 10th hole.
This year, there will three different grandstand club areas surrounding the 10th green featuring the Tito’s Terrace, Michelob Ultra Club and William Hill Estates Wine Lounge.
The best part about the new bar-like atmosphere is that it will be open to the public in hopes of making it like the 16th hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which has become one of the most exciting holes in golf.
While the Phoenix Open has grandstands surrounding the entire hole and has some of the most raucous golf fans out there booing at bad shots and celebrating wildly after good shots, it will be tough to duplicate should create for an even more exciting atmosphere at this year’s tournament.
The tournament webs ite stated that it will be the place to be for great golf viewing, a lively atmosphere and a variety of food and beverage options.
The Tito’s Terrace will be a place to grab a cocktail and hang out with friends. The Michelob Ultra Club will be a more family-friendly area with full concessions, and is said to be “the perfect location to cool off with a cold beer.”
The William Hill Estates Wine Lounge will provide fans the opportunity to kick back and watch golf up close and personal, while sipping some great wine.
And if you’re looking for a more upscale, all-inclusive option, the Cocina Club will be back this year as well and will run along the right side of the hole.
For tickets to this year’s tournament, visit Regionstradition.com/buy-tickets.php.