The Stadium Journey Podcast 206 – The Bucket List Episode

The Stadium Journey Podcast 206 – The Bucket List Episode

It’s a trip through the wishes and desires of The Team this week on the Stadium Journey Podcast. It is a journey through the Bucket List! What are the spots on the SJ List. Is it possible to ever reach the bottom of the bucket? What Bucket List items have The Team already checked off? Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie for the Stadium Journey Podcast.

Tranquilo Golf Course at Four Seasons Resort Orlando – LPGA Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions

Tranquilo Golf Course at Four Seasons Resort Orlando – LPGA Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions

The Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions is unique in golf for several reasons. First, it is located at the Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Second, it features only LPGA pros who have won a tournament in the past year. Finally, it also features some top-level sports and entertainment celebrities, as well as some of the best access to them that fans can expect.

Farewell to the Dell

Farewell to the Dell

The PGA tour season concludes with the FedEx Cup, a four tournament finale that culminates with one golfer walking away with ten million dollars. The second leg of the FedEx Cup has traditionally been played at TPC Boston. The Dell Technologies has been the sponsor of the tournament for the last two years. However, starting in 2019 the Dell Technologies Championship will be no more.

TPC River Highlands – Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands – Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands is a beautiful course and a perfect setting to host a tournament like the Travelers Championship. This tournament is awesome and if you happen to be a golf fan in New England or outside of it, this is a must-see event. You’ll get great food, great golf, and an awesome atmosphere.

Trump National Doral Miami – WGC Cadillac Championship

Trump National Doral Miami – WGC Cadillac Championship

Donald Trump’s purchase of the former Doral Resort in South Florida signaled the end of what had turned into a dreary location for the WGC Cadillac Championship.
What had once been one of the most difficult courses in America, the Blue Monster now was no more than one difficult hole (#18) and 17 others that led to scores routinely in the 20 under par range. Indeed, the property looked old and outdated and the fan experience had dropped significantly.