A backup quarterback versus one of the best of all time.
Underdogs square off against top dogs.
The clash of cheesesteaks and clam chowder.
There will be plenty of storylines to follow during Super Bowl LII when the Patriots, winners of two of the past three titles, battle the Eagles who are still searching for their first Super Bowl win.
With temperatures in the host city, Minnesota, in the single digits and ticket prices for this year’s Big Game shaping up to be the most expensive ever with an average price of close to $7,000, the 10th Hole at ONE CLUB is the perfect place to catch the action.
Whether you’re cheering for the Patriots or the Eagles, here are FIVE ways you can’t lose by watching the game at the 10th Hole.
The perfect view
Starting at 4 p.m. on Sunday, six big screen televisions will be tuned in to the Super Bowl from pregame through the confetti shower. No need to bundle up, bring your binoculars, or battle the lines for bathrooms and beer. At the 10th Hole, you’ll be able to see all the tackles and touchdown passes in HD.
Are you ready for some football… and game day grub? Super Bowl Sunday is a snack food lovers delight. Wings are the most popular Super Bowl snack, but there are plenty of fans of dips, guacamole, chips and chili. The 10th Hole at ONE CLUB will be offering specials of drinks, shooters, burgers, wings, Philly cheesesteaks, nachos and more!
Meet your neighbors
They never told you to “count the rings” when you see them walking the dog but watching football tends to bring out another side of a person. Whether you are cheering for the G.O.A.T (greatest of all time) or the underdogs, the game is a chance to see who amongst your ONE CLUB neighbors is friend or foe.
Family and non-football obsessed welcome
Super Bowl Sunday is a night of food and fun for all! The stars won’t be limited to the gridiron. Pink will sing the national anthem and Justin Timberlake returns to perform the halftime show.
Kids who are not glued to the next play or the commercials can head to the game room or playroom.
The makings of a great game
The Patriots mystique and Brady’s heroics, especially after last season’s come from behind Super Bowl win, are undeniable. However, the Eagles’ defense only surrendered 17 points during the playoffs. Fans of college football hoping for a thriller like the National Championship may be in luck. Madden simulations of the game are predicting a nail-biter.
Don’t miss all the action, food and fun at the 10th Hole!