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To sum up the latest news about Justin Timberlake - he's not an A-hole. He is Banksy. He may be Larry. He is returning back to the studio. And, yes, he will host the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital For Children Open in Vegas once again.
The golf tourney will tee it up at TPC Summerlin September 25 through October 2. Tho, that's still seems really far away, it pays to buy your tickets now before July 1 hits. Doing so will save you $5 bucks which might not seem like a lot, but could mean another drink in your hand when you're out on the greens.
Daily grounds tickets will cost you $15, Hill tickets will be $25 a day and weekly grounds tix will be $75 before July 1.
What can't JT do? Besides Jessica Biel anymore. Wait, they're still dating? Nothing, there's nothing he can't do.
If you’re a golf fan you’re probably aware the PGA is in Vegas this week. Or as the JT Shriners Open pitches it, The Boys Are Back In Town. Non-golf fans are more likely alert to the fact Justin Timberlake is here and there happens to be some golf being played up at TPC Summerlin. The two in fact go hand in hand as JT hosts the annual Vegas PGA event that promotes the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Prelim events are already underway while the main PGA event starts Thursday. Whether you're already going or
don't give a rat's ass considering attending, here are 4 Things You Should Know About Attending.
JT is bringing sexy golf games back. For the second year in a row, Las Vegas will host his Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The tournament, which is part of the PGA Tour but not one of the events from which players can earn points toward the FedEx Cup, will take place October 12-18 at TPC Summerlin.
Timberlake himself will play in the Pro-Am tournament on Wednesday, October 14, the day before the pros’ tourney gets under way. Returning to defend the title he won last year will be Marc Turnesa, competing against a total field of 132 professional golfers, including No. 5-ranked Heath Slocum and No. 9-ranked Kenny Perry. Celebrities competing in the Pro-Am include Smokey Robinson, Kenny G, Phil Helmuth and LPGA player and Vegas native Natalie Gulbis.