Fans at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship will witness firsthand what happens when cooking and golf come together at Oak Hill Country Club, May 21-26. With more than 300 large and small appliances spread across the course, golf fans and foodies alike will have a chance to get up close and personal with the KitchenAid brand through many activities.
Starting in early May, KitchenAid will unveil a mobile KitchenAid Smoothie Shoppe, which will tour the Rochester area for two weeks leading up to the Championship, delivering free smoothies at every stop. Fans can follow the route through social media to identify each stop.
Follow the KitchenAid Smoothie Shoppe on Twitter @KitchenAid_golf
Families attending this year’s Championship will enjoy a special Kids Day on Saturday, May 25. All youth are invited to participate in fun, interactive activities in the KitchenAid Fairway Club, from smoothie races to photo opportunities with the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy. To top it all off, all juniors 17 and under will be admitted into the Championship for free each day with an accompanying ticketed adult (limited to four minors per one ticketed adult).
The KitchenAid Fairway Club, located in the Championship Courtyard at the main entrance, gives all spectators an opportunity to learn new skills in the kitchen. Ask your culinary questions and watch live cooking demonstrations throughout the week by celebrity and local chefs. Be inspired to experiment and challenge yourself in the kitchen. Check in at the KitchenAid Fairway Club for daily schedules.
Fans can watch the best chefs in the business demonstrate their skills live and in person at the KitchenAid Fairway Club.
Thursday, May 23
Friday, May 24
Saturday, May 25
Sunday, May 26
The KitchenAid Immersive Video Experience, located next to the concession on hole 8, puts you inside a KitchenAid dishwasher and oven to see how these products work from the inside out