Daily tickets to see Tiger Woods at Turning Stone sold out
Posted by The Post-Standard July 31, 2009 8:49PM
Categories: Breaking News
The $330 daily tickets to see Tiger Woods play in a skins game at Turning Stone Resort's Atunyote course on Aug. 24 have sold out. Some overnight hotel packages are still available, the resort announced Friday.
The number of tickets for the Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge have been limited to 3,000. The exhibition skins game will include PGA Tour players Mike Weir, Camilo Villegas and Begay, Woods' former college teammate and longtime friend. Proceeds will benefit Begay's health and wellness programs for Native American youths.
For additional information on overnight packages call 361-7711 or 1-800-771-7711.
EDITORIAL FOOTNOTE: The Oneidas' have a golf course, that the PGA can play on.
What about the Mohegans and our golf course? It isn't the quality to have such a tournament.
We (the Mohegan Tribe) paid how much for it?
Is it someplace, the Tribal Council and their friends go and hang out? Are they doing business for the MTGA or are they out having fun, at how many thousands of dollars in salary?
Are you one of their friends and played on the course? Do you know people who have? Was it a good deal for the members of the golf course? Is this fair to other tribal members? Does this happen? What do you think?