Does your father love to golf? Does any member of your family golf? Well, if so, we have the ultimate golf experience for you and yours! The PGA Tour: Travelers Championship is from June 19th - 25th at the TPC River in Highlands, Cromwell, Connecticut. Tickets are currently on sale for the 7-day event. Golf was invented by the Scottish “Golf is an exercise which is much used by a gentleman in Scotland..A man would live 10 years the longer for using this exercise once or twice a week.” Dr. Benjamin Rush (1745 – 1813) the Historic UK.
"The Travelers Championship is a professional golf tournament held in Connecticut since 1952. Throughout its history, this PGA Tour event has gone through a number of different names and venues. In 1984, the tournament founds its permanent home at TPC River Highlands, located in the Hartford suburb of Cromwell, Connecticut. The Travelers Championship is one of the PGA Tour's most popular events with both players and fans – only the Waste Management Phoenix Open typically boasts a higher attendance each year. In 2022, Xander Schauffele triumphed over closest rivals JT Poston and Sahith Theegala by 2 strokes. General admission Grounds tickets are available on a single-day basis, as are the Mohegan Sun Club and Champions Club for spectators seeking a premium experience."
"All tournament tickets will be digital and include on-site general parking, which will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets must be redeemed or purchased in advance, and no tickets will be available at the gate. Centred in the heart of Connecticut, Hartford is the state’s bustling capital, and one of the oldest cities in the USA. Overlooking the USA’s first public park, its gleaming white 19th century Gothic State Capitol building is perhaps one of the most handsome in the country. Home to the headquarters of many top insurance firms, Hartford is known as the Insurance Capital of the World. Of course, the insurance world is a wealthy one, and that is very evident when you explore its well-to-do suburbs, passing grand Victorian mansions along the way."
"Two of these mansions were once occupied by the USA’s most celebrated writers, the father of American literature, Mark Twain, and the formidable abolitionist writer Harriet Beecher Stowe, which have now become museums in their honour. TPC River Highlands is located approximately 17 km south of downtown Hartford and 12 km north of downtown Middletown. Event parking is available on-site (both free general parking and VIP parking for purchase), so arrival by car is the most convenient method of transport." Taken from the Koobit website.