Go VIP or Volunteer to Watch Future PGA Tour Pros in Vegas

It’s time to witness the next generation of the PGA Tour during the Korn Ferry Tour’s MGM Resorts Championship at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, which is scheduled for the week of April 12-18.  Limited VIP tickets with hospitality are still available or another option to catch the action and lend a hand is by becoming a volunteer walking scorer. –By Brian Hurlburt, Las Vegas Golf Insider.

The Korn Ferry Tour is “The Path to the PGA TOUR” with all 50 (new) available PGA TOUR cards coming through the Tour and the season culminating at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals. Three out of every four PGA Tout members are Korn Ferry Tour alumni and Tour alums have won more than 500 PGA TOUR titles, including 24 major championships. The event at the Pete Dye-designed Sun Mountain is your opportunity to see some future stars up close and personally, including Las Vegas residents and former UNLV players John Oda, Taylor Montgomery and Harry Hall. Official tournament action is Thursday-Sunday, April 15-18 with practice rounds and a pro-am in the days prior.

According to tournament director Josh Franklin of BdG Sports, walking scorers are still needed. This position allows you to walk with the pros as they vie for the title. Click now for additional information.

VIP Ticket Information

For $100 daily, the VIP tickets include snacks and beverages (alcohol and non-alcohol) from 8 a – 5 p plus hot food stations between 10:30 and 2:30. Click now to claim your tickets.

Make a day of it and watch some golf plus tee it up on one of the other two Pete Dye Paiute courses, Snow Mountain or the Wolf. Click for deals and tee times.