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After nearly two years of waiting, tri-state area golf fans can finally enjoy the PGA tour. THE NORTHERN TRUST is at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City now through Sunday. It’s the only professional golf tournament to be held in the New York/New Jersey area this year.

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THE NORTHERN TRUST is the first of three events in the FedExCup Playoffs. Fans can watch as 125 top players compete to advance. The event is also a celebration with top-notch food and drink.

Previous winners of THE NORTHERN TRUST include Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Matt Kuchar, Bryson DeChambeau and 2020 champion Dustin Johnson.

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There are miles of front row seats along the rope lines and plenty of green space for fans to watch the world’s best golfers. Other offerings include:

  • Garden State Marketplace – Venture over to the Garden State Marketplace on the 17th Fairway and grab lunch from metro-area favorites such as Shake Shack, Luke’s Lobster and Playa Bowls.
  • Meomi Wine Garden –  Located near the 16th tee, fans can sip a glass of wine to enhance an already spectacular day in the sun with the world’s best golfers in the background.
  • The First Round Beer Garden – If a craft beer is more your thing, head to The First Round Beer Garden at 15 Green. Take in the incredible views, grab a cold one, relax and enjoy!
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Daily grounds tickets start at $35 or you can try the family plan, starting at $120 which includes 2 adult grounds tickets, 2 youth grounds tickets (for spectators 15 and under) and vouchers for 2 kid-sized ice creams from Torico Ice Cream, at an on-site concession stand.

Once at the tournament, families are encouraged to visit the Tackle Kids Cancer Kids Zone which features coloring walls, chipping contests and an educational putt-putt course inspired by STEM.

Visit THE NORTHERN TRUST for more information and tickets. See you on the green!

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