GREENSBORO, N.C. – The excitement surrounding the Wyndham Championship, set for Aug. 13-19 at Forest Oaks Country Club, continues to build. Now, tournament spectators have an additional chance to win a world-class dream vacation. Fans are encouraged to stop by one of the “Arnold Palmer Golf Holidays by Wyndham” tents located at either the main entrance or adjacent to the clubhouse for their opportunity to enter the Wyndham Foursome Sweepstakes featuring four amazing vacations, all packaged from the Wyndham Worldwide family of hotels, timeshare resorts and vacation rentals around the globe.
Sweepstakes prizes include a premier golf getaway to Orlando featuring a six-night stay at the Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort with five days of instruction at the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy; a breathtaking escape to Ireland featuring a seven-night stay in a holiday home in County Dublin; a spectacular Caribbean getaway featuring a six-night stay at the newly renovated, upscale Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; or a six-night California road trip of a lifetime. As an additional incentive, fans entering the Wyndham Foursome sweepstakes during the tournament will receive a yellow twill “Arnold Palmer Golf Holidays by Wyndham” golf cap.
The 2007 Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 13-19 at Forest Oaks Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. Tickets can be purchased online at wyndhamchampionship.com, at Piedmont Triad Harris Teeter locations or through the tournament office. The tournament welcomes Wyndham Worldwide as its new title sponsor and thanks Premier Partners, AIG, Cadillac, Harris Teeter and VF Corporation for their continued support. Additional tournament information is available at wyndhamchampionship.com or through the tournament office at (336) 379-1570. For more information about Wyndham Worldwide, please visit www.wyndhamworldwide.com.

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