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Entertain Like A Champion

With the economic and corporate landscape shifting, it’s important – now more than ever – to continue to invest in your current group of clients as well as garner new business. In June 2017 you have the ability to treat your most treasured clients and top prospects to a once in a generation experience that they will never forget at the U.S. Senior Open.

The U.S. Senior Open is returning to the North Shore of Boston for the first time since the famed 2001 championship. Citizens of the Commonwealth and the rest of the nation turned their attention to historic Salem Country Club as some of golf’s most recognizable players such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player competed for the Francis Ouimet Trophy. As millions watched the championship on television, a select few hundred companies had the unique experience to watch the event up close and create lifelong memories.

This year boasts a new “senior class” that will leave their mark on golf history. Fan favorites such as Fred Couples, Bernhard Langer, John Daly and Tom Watson will challenge this classic Donald Ross designed course with the hopes of becoming the national champion. This is your chance to see Rocco Mediate, Colin Montgomerie, Kenny Perry and more compete for the top prize in senior golf while enjoying corporate hospitality with your clients.

“In 2001 we had numerous hospitality structures all along the course where companies were able to host their clients as well as network with other business professionals,” said Mary LoBello, sales and client services director. “We are going to recreate that same unique experience as well as take advantage of Salem’s new clubhouse patio.”

This patio, which was expanded in 2015, provides some of the best golf course views in all of New England. On your right is Champion 10 tee and on your left is an unblemished view of Championship 18 green.

“For those who choose to entertain clients in the clubhouse and utilize the wonderful patio, they can say that they witnessed history at Salem,” said LoBello, who was part of the 2001 Championship Staff. “What better place to bring your guests than senior golf’s national championship and be able to have the shared memory of watching that final putt drop on Sunday.”

For more information about hospitality opportunities, click here.

By: Morgan Goldstein, Marketing & New Media Manager, 2017 U.S. Senior Open