An exciting golf championship returns to the Indianapolis area during September. Enjoy two tickets to the 2016 BMW Championship on Saturday, September 10 at Crooked Stick Golf Course in Carmel, Indiana. This package also includes entry to the BMW hospitality area which includes gourmet food and an open bar (not available to the general public).
The 2016 BMW Championship is scheduled from September 8-11. Catch today’s top players in action including James Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy. The BMW Championship was last held at Crooked Stick in Carmel back in 2012, and was named that year’s “Tournament of the Year” by the PGA Tour.
These tickets and hospitality area were donated by Dreyer & Reinbold BMW located at 9375 Whitley Drive in Indianapolis. A special thank you is extended to Dreyer & Reinbold BMW for their continued support of the USTA/Midwest Tennis & Education Foundation.
**Bidding Process – The starting bid for this package is $500 with a $100 minimum increment raise.
**Total Value – The value of these two tickets is $1,000 which includes entry to the hospitality area.
**Buy It Now Price – The first person that bids $1,500 will secure these two tickets and hospitality access for themselves and a guest (donation receives $500 tax deduction).
Bids will be accepted until September 1, 2016, and to place a bid please email your name, address, phone number, and bid amount to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each time an individual submits a bid those individuals who have been outbid will be notified, and offered the opportunity to raise their bid.
Please contact the USTA/Midwest Tennis & Education Foundation at 317-577-5127 with questions regarding these tickets and hospitality area.
All proceeds go directly to the USTA/Midwest Tennis & Education Foundation (USTA/MTEF) which provides grants to community programs offering tennis to youth, grants to individual junior players needing assistance to compete on the court, scholarships to high school seniors attending college, funding to select USTA events in which Midwest players compete as a team against other teams from around the country, and funding for junior camps led by various Midwest coaches. USTA/MTEF will expand its mission in 2017 to include servicing adult populations which include Adaptive Tennis, Wheelchair Tennis, and Veterans.