Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit Ramps Up Fan Experiences for 2022 Tournament
The Rocket Mortgage Classic is introducing several new amenities for fans when the tournament returns to Detroit Golf Club July 26-31. // Courtesy of the Rocket Mortgage Classic
The Rocket Mortgage Classic, Detroit’s only PGA Tour event, is introducing several new amenities for fans when the tournament returns to the Detroit Golf Club July 26-31.
All ticket holders at the 2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic will have access to newly created fan areas including:
The Turn — Featuring stadium-style seating with views of the first tee, plus an adjoining lounge overlooking the par-3 ninth hole.
Treehouse — Located behind the green at the par-3 fifth hole, this new elevated fan deck provides 360-degree views of five holes (No. 1 green and Nos. 5-8).
AREA 313 Grove — A tree-lined, shaded location between holes 10, 11, and 14 where friends and family can spread out and relax while enjoying an exclusive menu of food and drinks for purchase.
AREA 313 Village — Is nestled between the 16th and 17th holes and features a large LED videoboard so fans can follow all the action of the competition while enjoying food and refreshments for purchase from the tournament’s largest concession stand.
High Noon Sun Deck — Fans can watch players approach the 17th green and take photos from this elevated location.
“We are looking forward to sharing some terrific new experiences for fans as they join us at the 2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic,” says Jason Langwell, executive director of the Rocket Mortgage Classic. “While we’ll have many of the PGA Tour’s best players here competing inside the ropes, this event is so much more than just a golf tournament.
“We are always looking for ways to upgrade the experience, whether you are passionate about golf or simply want to come out and enjoy an exciting community event and soak up some summer fun. Fans should also know that as they enjoy these new experiences, they’re also supporting the tournament’s Changing the Course initiative to end the digital divide in Detroit.”
In addition to the new fan areas, attendees with children are encouraged to visit the CDW Youth Golf Zone located along the second hole. The space is designed for kids of all ages to take a break from watching the action on the golf course and try their hand at some interactive golf-related activities and games.
The RMC’s official merchandise shop has been relocated to the tournament’s main entrance/exit and will feature an expanded selection of hats, shirts, and other Rocket Mortgage Classic branded offerings while showcasing many Detroit-themed items. Fans also will be able to shop on-course at the Greyson retail location at the 16th hole.
Daily grounds tickets — starting at $60 for the first round (Thursday, July 28), $70 for the second round (Friday, July 29) and $80 per day for the final two rounds on the weekend — for the 2022 tournament are available at RocketMortgageClassic .com
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