On-Air Talent across NBCUniversal to Give Video Clues on Golf Channel Social Platforms for Fans to Find Oversized Presidents Cup throughout the City
(ORLANDO, Fla.) – In anticipation of one of golf’s biggest events making its way to the New York metropolitan area, Golf Channel has announced an exciting fan engagement opportunity in conjunction with the 2017 Presidents Cup, Sept. 25-Oct. 1, at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J.
The six respective location winners will receive a pair of one-day grounds tickets to the 2017 Presidents Cup. For those not local to the New York metropolitan area, a digital version of the scavenger hunt will allow fans to play along for their chance to win Golf Channel merchandise. Winners of both the location-specific and digital version of the scavenger hunt also will be entered to win a trip for two to the 2019 Presidents Cup in Australia, which will include tickets to the event, airfare, hotel, transportation and spending money.
How to Participate at Locations around Manhattan
· Watch for video clues from Golf Channel’s social media handles on Tuesday, Sept. 26 for different locations around New York where oversized replicas of the Presidents Cup are waiting to be found.
· Solve the clue and proceed to the location. Then take a photo of yourself with the replica Presidents Cup and post it to your own social media account with the designated hashtag, #PresCupSweepstakes.
· Each photo taken at the six respective locations using the designated hashtag, #PresCupSweepstakes will be counted as an official entry and offer a chance to win.
How to Participate in the Digital Version of the Scavenger Hunt
· Non-local fans can follow clues on Golf Channel social media handles and will have an opportunity to type-in their responses based on the clue(s) on the scavenger hunt landing page, www/golfchannel.com/PresCup.
NBC Sports Group will dedicate more than 60 live hours of programming to the biennial international match play competition that will feature 12 of the top male golfers in the United States against 12 of the best from the rest of the world (outside of Europe). Nearly 30 hours of live tournament coverage (Thursday-Friday on Golf Channel; Saturday-Sunday on NBC) will be complemented by more than 30 hours of news programming and analysis throughout the week.