Aug. 2, 2012
RENO, Nev. – The Reno-Tahoe Open is back at Montrêux Golf & Country Club this week and Wolf Pack fans are invited to once again stop by and visit the popular Pack Pavilion on the course.
Coaches, cheerleaders, mascots, student-athletes and staff from Nevada Athletics as well as University President Marc Johnson and representatives from departments from all over campus will be on hand to socialize with golf fans in a large blue tent on the green at the signature 17th hole at Montrêux beginning today and running through all four rounds of the annual PGA Tour stop.
“The Reno-Tahoe Open is a staple when it comes to the great events we have in the Northern Nevada community and we’re excited to once again partner with the RTO,” said Nevada athletics director Cary Groth. “We’re pleased that the wonderful staff at the RTO has again given our University a chance to be involved in this great event.”
Fans are encouraged to wear their Wolf Pack gear on the course to show their school spirit. Discounted tickets are still available for purchase through the RTO’s Chip In For School’s Program. Discounted tickets for the RTO are currently available now through Nevada Athletics as part of the Chip In For Schools program. Single-day tickets, good for grounds admission any one day of the golf tournament, can be purchased for $15 at Legacy Hall, compared to $20 through the RTO's website or at the course. One hundred percent of the proceeds from sales will go to benefit the Pack Educational Fund.