Clubhouse Chatter: What famous sports venue would you like to visit?

 
Updated 7/18/2020 7:17 PM

What our Sports staff has to say while waiting for the games to fully resume.

Wimbledon. I love watching pro tennis, especially Wimbledon and there is something about the history of that venue and the grass and the pomp and circumstance surrounding the entire event that seems like such a big deal. I would love to see Wimbledon in person.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

­-- Patricia Babcock McGraw

I'll head to New York to see Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden. I'll even throw in Shea Stadium where the famous "cat" game took place between the Cubs and Mets in 1969. Just would love the tradition of those venues in a great sports town like New York.

­-- John Leusch

I'd love to see a Saturday night football game in the SEC. Knoxville is my first choice but I'd take any site other than Vanderbilt. The atmosphere looks so electric on TV, and the 6:30 p.m. kickoff means a full day of tailgating beforehand.

-- John Lemon

St. Andrews in Scotland. The home of golf. I would be satisfied seeing The Road Hole and walking over the Swilcan Bridge on 18. I could spend the rest of the time in the pubs.

­-- Barry Rozner

Lambeau Field. It's been so close, yet so far way for a long time. Have a friend that is a Packers season-ticket holder, so getting up to Green Bay for a football game is hopefully possible sooner than later.

­-- Scot Gregor

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