Charles Schwab Cup Championship to feature military activities

On-course military activities will be a mainstay during tournament week at the 2015 Charles Schwab Cup Championship, which is being held at The Cochise Course at Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, through Nov. 8.

The Champions Tour season finale features the top 30 players on the money list from the 2015 Charles Schwab Cup season and also decides the overall season champion.

While on the course, there are a number of complimentary activities for military members and their dependents to enjoy, according to a press release.

Military members are invited to enjoy the tournament Thursday-Sunday from the Birdies for the Brave Patriots’ Outpost presented by Friends of the Military.

Located on the 18th fairway, the hospitality chalet will offer complimentary food and beverages and a relaxing view.

The military pageantry will continue on Saturday, Nov. 7, with Military Appreciation Day at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. A Military Appreciation Ceremony will take place at 9:30 a.m. followed by the singing of the National Anthem.

Tickets for the 2015 Charles Schwab Championship are still available for purchase at SchwabCup.com.

Sponsored by Friends of the Military, complimentary military grounds admission tickets are available to all active duty, Reserve, military retirees, non-retired veterans and their dependents from Wednesday through Sunday of tournament week.

Military guests must show a Department of Defense-issued ID at the gate, along with a military ticket voucher that can be downloaded at https://birdiesforthebrave2.sheerid.com/CharlesSchwab2015/. A $1 verification fee per ticket will apply, the release stated.

General parking off site is available at the Skyranch Airport in Carefree for $10, payable upon arrival via credit card or cash.

For more information or to sign up, please visit http://www.schwabcuptfc.com/charity-registration/ or call Katy Pendgraft at 480-278-5305.

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