Sunday, April 23, 2017

Saturday, April 22, 2017

What's on eBay? 1981 GGO Wine Decanter

"GREAT VINTAGE SOUVENIR FROM THE GREATER GREENSBORO OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT, CHAMPIONS BANQUET WINE OR WATER DECANTER 1981!!! This decanter is in excellent vintage condition, with little to no wear from use, and no chips, cracks, or breaks. It stands about 11 1/4 inches tall. It has the classic drivers head and golf ball design for the GGO etched in the glass, along with 81, and "Champions Banquet". This is an awesome golf and Greater Greensboro Open Tournament souvenir/keepsake. A great addition to your vintage golf collection. See pictures for the actual condition of this item."

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Wyndham Championship Partners with Ticketmaster

Wyndham Championship tickets are now available for purchase, and for the first time, fans can purchase Wyndham tickets through international ticketing giant, Ticketmaster. The 78th annual Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 14-20 at Sedgefield Country Club. Wyndham Championship tickets have been available for electronic purchase through the tournament website for many years, but now, all online ticket purchases will be powered by Ticketmaster. Tickets are available for purchase through the tournament website or at www.Ticketmaster.com. New this year, the Wyndham Championship is offering tiered ticket pricing; tickets purchased in advance will be less expensive than those purchased closer to the tournament. For example, daily grounds tickets for official tournament play (Thursday through Sunday) now start at just $35 but will increase to $40 on July 10 and to $50 tournament week. All ticket options, along with detailed pricing, are available for purchase at http://www.wyndhamchampionship.com/spectators/tickets/ or at www.Ticketmaster.com.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Sergio Garcia with the ggoblogger

Mark and Sergio

Wyndham Championship Tournament Director Mark Brazil and 2012 Wyndham Championship winner Sergio Garcia share a moment on the 18th green. In his remarks, Sergio thanked Brazil for "making him come" to Greensboro.