Senior PGA hosts wealth of guest experiences
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. – The KitchenAid Senior PGA at the Golf Club at Harbor Shores will host more than just a world-class golf competition.
Organizers have planned several events and activities for spectators to enjoy while watching the pros tee off.
The KitchenAid Fairway Club kitchen will give golf fans an opportunity to watch and learn from celebrity chefs like Chris Covelli and “Secret Eats” host Adam Richman.
The kitchen is located in the KitchenAid Fairway Club just across from the driving range at the main entrance.
Covelli said different types of food will be made on site including Italian, French, Thai, Spanish, and Korean.
At the main entrance learn where you can have some fun within just minutes of the golf course. You can also sample beer and wine made in southwest Michigan and have a chance to win prize packages from local businesses.
If you’re hungry, you can stop by Hole 8 to grab barbeque from Lark’s BBQ food truck or Asian cuisine from Nosh Village.
YMCA Kids Zone
In an effort to interest more children in golf, a kids zone provided by the YMCA near Hole 8 will provide activities like inflatable hitting bays and bounce houses.
This area will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Local band Slim Gypsy Baggage will open for The Accidentals, a band out of Grand Rapids.
Any ticket holder to the championship will be welcome to enjoy the music Saturday after play concludes.
KitchenAid Shopping Spree
Every day, Thursday through Sunday, one ticket holder will win a KitchenAid shopping spree.
Organizers ask you to stop by any “scan to win” location to increase your chances of winning.
Rules for the shopping spree can be found here.
At the main entrance is the Championship Shop where fans can purchase men’s and women’s apparel, outerwear, headwear, artwork, gifts, and memorabilia.
For more information about the KitchenAid Senior PGA, visit their website here.