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PGA Tour Honda Classic Adds 18th Hole Legends Club To Improve Fan Experience

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 21 / 17

The PGA Tour Honda Classic takes place this week at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, and organizers have "listened to fans and added new amenities accordingly," according to Sarah Peters of the PALM BEACH POST. Among those amenities is an "intimate, upscale Legends Club tucked beneath the stands ...

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