Once upon a time, your best chance for a great view of the Honda Classic-clinching putt was to:
- Be one of the golfers in the day’s final pairing.
- Be one of those players’ caddies.
- Be in front of a television.
At this year’s Honda, played this Thursday through Sunday on the Champion Course at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, you can enjoy the action from the Legends Club at Nicklaus Village, an enclosed ground-level box and private, front-row viewing patio at the 18th green.
Cut underneath the elevated skyboxes, the Legends Club is a 2,000-square-foot, climate-controlled hospitality venue with floor-to-ceiling glass. Wide-screen televisions will be programmed to The Honda Classic’s national telecasts. The menu will include full breakfast and lunch offerings, upscale seafood and carving stations and a full bar.
“The Legends Club at Nicklaus Village is the highest-level individual ticket we have ever created,” says Honda Classic Executive Director Ken Kennerly. “It’s our version of high-end, exclusive hospitality.”
Legends Club Tickets are $750 and are sold for individual days. Grounds tickets, Bear Trap tickets and other hospitality tickets and packages for the 2017 Honda Classic are on sale on the tournament website or by calling (844) 846-6328.
This year’s field includes Luke Donald, Jason Dufner, Ernie Els, Rickie Fowler, Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington, Charles Howell III, Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuisen, Ian Poulter, Rory Sabbatini, Adam Scott, Vijay Singh, and Camilo Villegas.