Top Golfers Stop By Golden Knights Game
The Shriners Hospital for Children Open was held at TPC Summerlin from November 1-4 and some of golf’s biggest names were in Las Vegas for the event. A few players in the tournament came to T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night to watch the Golden Knights face off with the Carolina Hurricanes.
Bryson DeChambeau, who ultimately won the Shriner’s Open, fired up the crowd before the third period at the game by revving up the siren. He admitted to cranking the siren too hard and injuring part of his hand, but that didn’t keep him from shooting a 66 to win it all Sunday.
Superstar golfer Tony Finau also checked out the Golden Knights and made the siren sing before the opening faceoff. Finau wound up tied for 36th in the tournament.
Other golfers in attendance were Matt Kuchar and Austin Cook. Kuchar tied for 57th in the tournament while Cook missed the cut.