Bring your bathing suit to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Vegas
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Bring your bathing suit to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Vegas

If you're planning to head to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas in October, make sure to bring your bathing suit. On Tuesday, tournament officials announced it will be the first PGA Tour event to offers public pools for fans.

There will be six pools on the grounds at TPC Summerlin, with two public pools available between holes 17 and 18. The other four pools will be reserved for VIP guests at Hyde on the Hill, a hospitality venue overlooking hole Nos. 16-18 that will model itself after the famous pool at The Bellagio on the Strip. Guests will be able to rent cabanas, dance to DJs spinning music and order pricey cocktails and food, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

This is the second season the Las Vegas event has offered FedEx Cup points. Webb Simpson won the tournament a season ago.

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