Travelers Championship: Insider's take
The PGA Tour is in Connecticut this week for the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands. It’s the largest annual sporting event held in the state of Connecticut, and first-year head golf professional Larry Antinozzi took time this week to share his take on the course setup and more with PGA.com.
PGA.com: What will golfers have to do this week to be successful playing the TPC River Highlands setup?
Antinozzi: The course setup at TPC River Highlands forces players to think smart off the tee. It is a shorter golf course, but the long rough and tricky greens force players to be accurate off the tee shot so they can be precise with their approach shots.
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PGA.com: Where is the most popular spot on the course for spectators to catch the action?
Antinozzi: The most popular spot on the course for spectators are the 15th through 18th holes. All four holes offer a variety of different options depending on how aggressive you want to be. This final stretch provides one of the most exciting finishes on the PGA Tour.
PGA.com: What are the most popular concession items for fans?
Antinozzi: One of the favorite concession items amongt fans are the Ben and Jerry ice cream bars served throughout the property. It’s a taste of New England that fans take full advantage of.
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