Detroit Mercy partners with PGA event

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Detroit Mercy partners with PGA event

Postby Rogobob77 » Fri Mar 15, 2019 3:00 pm

Detroit Mercy and the Rocket Mortgage Classic

The Rocket Mortgage Classic will make history in 2019 as the first PGA TOUR event held in the city of Detroit.

June 27-30 at the historic Detroit Golf Club

The tournament will feature 156 of the world’s top players competing for a $7.3-million purse over four days of competition. University of Detroit Mercy is the ONLY university partnering with the PGA in this tournament!

Single-Day Tickets

The University is offering single-day tickets for $65 each. These tickets provide one day of entry during June 27-30 tournament rounds. Avoid the service charge and get your ticket at Detroit Mercy! With only 200 tickets available, faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends should register for their tickets today. Please visit https://community.udmercy.edu/pgarsvp. Single-day tickets do not include access to the Detroit Mercy Private Hospitality Suite.

Private Hospitality Suite Tickets

The University will host a private, premium hospitality suite on the 10th green for 38 guests each day of the tournament. Each ticket is $500 per person, per day. Of this amount, $425 is tax deductible. Ticket proceeds benefit the Alumni Scholarship Fund. Guests at the suite can enjoy the following:

- Custom hospitality space at hole #10 green, an exciting short par 4.
- Indoor (climate-controlled) /outdoor space.
- Premium food and beverage service for guests.
- Private executive restroom trailer.
- VIP parking for 15 guests at the club each day of the tournament, available on first-come, first-served basis.
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Re: Detroit Mercy partners with PGA event

Postby Rogobob77 » Fri Mar 15, 2019 3:25 pm

Robert Vowels mentioned at the last Titan luncheon that the University would be partnering on this event by providing parking on campus for attendees. Looks like the school will make some nice money on the deal.
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