Want PGA Grand Slam of Golf tickets? Most of your money already gone because of holiday shopping? Wouldn’t you love to see Tiger Woods in person? Well, don’t worry, because The Garden Island newspaper and the PGA Grand Slam of newspaper and the PGA Grand Slam of Golf want you to check out Kaua’i’s only PGA event at the Po’ipu Bay Golf Course, which begins next week Monday and goes through Wednesday.
All you have to do is answer five questions correctly and e-mail the answers to me tions at firstname.lastname@example.org. If all five answers are correct, then you’ll have a shot at our random drawing, which happens this afternoon.
Four sets of tickets (two per winner for all three days) will be given away today and an- another four sets will be furnished on Thursday afternoon. Good luck and please be sure to include your name, phone number, and address in your e-mail. Each set of tickets is worth $100.
Q: Name two of the four players in the 2005 PGA Grand Slam of Golf.
Q: Tiger Woods won two PGA Championships in 2005. Name one of the two.
Q: Michael Campbell won the U S Open Championship.
A little known fact is that he ac- actually has ancestral roots in Scotland where his great-great-grandfather, Sir Logan Campbell was born. Where was Michael Campbell born? Q: Tiger Woods is tall at 6’1,” but which two other players are taller than he, at 6’2″? Q: Of the four champions competing in this year’s Grand Slam, who is the oldest?