It is our version of the 16th hole at Phoenix, The Watering Hole is the place to see and be seen. Not only is it the tournament’s hot spot, it also has great golf viewing that’s really close to the action. How close? It’s borderline dangerous…well, only on our pro-am day. Seriously though, you can’t get any closer without caddying. The Watering Hole has a lively atmosphere, a variety of unique food and beverage options, and even a big concert on Saturday. Best of all, most of the tents at The Watering Hole require no special pass to get in, are open to the public, and all ages are welcome!
Centrally located at the par 3 10th hole, most venues are open to the public. The Watering Hole’s public access venues include the Chateau Souverain Wine Lounge, Michelob Ultra ULTRA Club, and Tito’s Terrace. With these venues, just feet from the action, the roars from the gallery will come early and often.
At Tito’s Terrace, customize your Bloody Mary to kick the day off right or maybe try a refreshing Tito’s Mule, there are lots of great options to choose from here. Or maybe you want to enjoy some ice cold Michelob Ultras…is there any better way to spend an afternoon than sipping on an ice cold brewski while watching some of the game’s legends attack a par 3? No, there really isn’t. But maybe wine is more your thing? Maybe you want to Rosé the day away in the Chateau Souevrain Wine Lounge? The Wine Lounge offers comfortable, lounge style seating and a variety of refreshing wines.
Looking for a more upscale, all-inclusive option? Check out the Cocina Club. Food and beverage are included in the cost of a ticket, and you’ll have access to a private courtyard to enjoy the action, private air conditioned viewing area and private restrooms.
There is also a public grandstand at the tee if you’re looking for a different vantage point.
Lastly, don’t forget we have a rideshare lot just steps from the clubhouse so it is really easy to party responsibly.