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For the second straight year, the Tri-State PGA will hold a two-day Pro-Am Tournament in Mercer County PA on May 15th and 16th.
This year the golfers will hub in the Grove City area and stay at the American Hospitality Group Hotels: Hampton Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express and Candlewood Suites Grove City. While the pros and amateur teams battle out on the links, visitors attending the two-day event will surely need a break from the action. Below are suggested attractions, dining, and shopping in the Grove City area.
If you are looking for fun and adventure in Mercer County while attending the Tri-State PGA Tournament, there is plenty to explore. From fabulous shopping, and noteworthy attractions to dining options, the area offers a great way to spend your time when you’re not watching golf!
Visit the Grove City Premium Outlets, Western Pennsylvania’s number one shopping destination. Here you’ll find deep discounts on name brands like Nike, Kate Spade, Coach, and more! Wendell August Forge is just a short 5-minute drive from the outlets. At Wendell August, you will find hand-crafted metal giftware. Visit the quaint village of Volant for the Volant Main Street Shops or downtown Grove City for Joden Jewelers and more. For a full list of Mercer County shops, visit our Shopping page Here.
The Grove City area has several must-see attractions, including the Keystone Safari, where you can feed and interact with over 100 animals or ride the zip-line adventure course for an extra thrill! Other attractions include stops on the Wine–Brew Trail, such as Libations Winery, Big Rail Brewing, Cobblehaus Brewing by the Falls, and Nova Destinations. For a complete list of attractions, visit the webpage Here.
Last but not least, don’t miss out on the delicious food Mercer County has to offer. Check out great places close to Grove City like Blackout Burger Bar, Compadres Grill & Cantina, Fat Eddy’s BBQ, Independent Taco, Iron Bridge Inn, J Hick’s on the Square, Margarita King Mexican Grill & Cantina, Navarro’s Chop House, Rachel’s Roadhouse, Talbot’s Taproom and Terrace, Third Eye Pies, and Timbercreek Tap and Table. To see a full list of Mercer County restaurants, visit our Dining page Here.
No matter what you’re looking for, Mercer County has something to offer everyone attending the Tri-State PGA Tournament. From attractions to delicious food, there are plenty of great places to visit while here. Call 724-346-3771 for more information on planning your Mercer County visit!