enjoy this year's u.s. open in person




and bring dad along!!!


Friday, June 15, 2018


#DMD is getting a head start on Father's Day weekend with a one-day trip to the U.S. Open golf championship at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island.

This is your chance to see Tiger, Jordan, Rickie, Dustin, Justin, Rory and the rest of the field compete for our country's national golf championship.

You'll travel by luxury motor-coach from Baltimore to Long Island.

We'll depart at 5:00 am and arrive at Shinnecock around 9:00 am.

Your package includes an all-day grounds pass with the opportunity to upgrade to the air-conditioned and spacious "Trophy Club."

We'll leave Shinnecock at 7:00 pm on Friday for the return trip to Baltimore.

Breakfast, drinks and snacks will be served on the way to Long Island.

Drinks and snacks will be served on the ride home.

We'll also have a U.S. Open trivia contest on the ride to Long Island with a $100 Grand Prize to the winner!

Take your Dad along for a memorable day of great golf at one of the country's historic championship venues — Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

Pricing:

  • Basic package, including all-day grounds pass: $305 per-person.
  • Upgraded package, with Trophy Club pass: $410 per-person.

U S Open

#DMD EVENTS


1,098 people on 30 trips to 34 events and

1,793 people on a modern-day pilgrimage

and we've never left a man or woman on the field!



June 15, 2018
40 people to Long Island for a U. S. Open round
August 24, 2018
40 people to Philadelphia for an ELO concert
April 2, 2018
26 people to Augusta for a Masters practice round
February 24, 2018
30 people to Hershey for
a Bears/IceHogs hockey game
Saturday, September 30, 2017
28 people to Madison Square Garden for a
Billy Joel concert
Sunday, September 24, 2017
24 people to London for the
Ravens/Jaguars game
Monday, September 11, 2017
40 people to Philadelphia for a
Lady Gaga concert
Sunday, June 11, 2017
32 people to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx for an
Orioles game
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
20 people to Augusta National for a
Masters practice round
Sunday, October 23, 2016
44 people to the Big Apple
for the Ravens/Jets game
Saturday, September 24, 2016
20 people to South Bend
for the Duke/Notre Dame football game
Friday, September 9, 2016
60 people to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia
for the Adele Live 2016 Concert
Thursday, September 1, 2016
42 people to Washington, D.C.
for the Springsteen concert
Tuesday to Friday, June 14 to 17, 2016
20 people to Fenway Park in Boston
for 3 Red Sox games
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
49 people to the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
for the Springsteen Pre-Concert Party
Saturday, April 16, 2016
34 people to Washington for a Caps/Flyers Playoff Game
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
25 people to Augusta National for a Masters practice round
Saturday, February 20, 2016
30 people to the Cathedral of College Basketball
in Philadelphia for a Penn/Yale game
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
46 people to Washington, D.C. for a Warriors game
Friday, January 29, 2016
20 people to Washington, D.C.for a Springsteen concert
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
23 people to Washington, D.C. for a Capitals game
December 2015
30 people to Philadelphia for the Army-Navy Game
October 2015
16 people to Phoenix for 5 days of golf and a Cardinals game
October 2015
35 people to Pittsburgh for a Steelers game
September 2015
1793 people to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis
August 2015
40 people to Bowie for a BaySox game
July 2015
38 people to New York for 3 Yankee games
April 2015
25 people to Augusta for a Masters practice round
February 2015
50 people to Philadelphia for a Flyers game
January 2015
50 people to Hershey for a Bears game.
January 2015
100 people to Foxborough for a Patriots game
January 2015
100 people to Pittsburgh for a Steelers game

breakfast bytes

Cobb roughed up again as O's drop series opener to Rays, 8-4, and fall to 6-18.

LeBron James (44 points, game winning 3-pointer at the buzzer) carries Cavaliers to 98-95 win over Indiana and 3-2 series lead.

Wizards fall in Toronto, 108-98, Raptors lead series 3-2 with Game 6 set for D.C. on Friday.

NHL: Bruins score four goals in the third period to eliminate pesky Toronto, 7-4, in Game 7 in Boston.