Here’s a seriously unique fan experience to check out, if you dare. For the RBC Canadian Open this week, theScore Bet has decided to offer lucky fans the chance to watch the action from 100 feet in the air. Yeah, talk about a serious bird’s eye view of PGA Tour golf.
Taking place at St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Etobicoke, the RBC Canadian Open is in fact the only stop the PGA Tour makes in the country each year. Naturally, some of the world’s best golfers come out for it, and this year’s no different, with names like Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, and Cam Smith all in the mix. The event will also see some top Canadian talent, with Mackenzie Hughes, Corey Conners, and even Mike Weir also signing on.
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— theScore Bet (@theScoreBet) June 2, 2022
It’s a lot to look forward to, but this new opportunity will make things even more memorable. theScore Bet’s new ‘Skyline Seats’ will let some lucky fans watch the action from ten stories up, strapped into a floating table for 30 minutes at a time. It’s in a prime spot too- overlooking both the 1st and 18th holes.
So, how do you secure a spot? There are two ways to do it. theScore Bet account holders will be able to visit theScore Bet Members’ Lounge on the 18th to find the activation there. Otherwise, regular visitors will be able to try their luck at the BET MODE Putting Challenge stations, where tickets to the ‘Skyline Seats’ are included amongst the prizes.
Individual day tickets for the RBC Canadian Open start at $105 for the Thursday rounds. Who knows, you might just get lucky while you’re there and see the sport from a whole new vantage point!
RBC Canadian Open
When: Thursday, June 9th to Sunday, June 12th
Where: St. George’s Golf and Country Club, Etobicoke
Cost: $105+, no purchase necessary for Skyline Seats activation
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