The Pro Wakeboard Tour arrives in Michigan this weekend and its the biggest watersports event of the Summer! We're bringing the World's Top Pro Athletes to Grand Rapids at one of the best, clear-water venues in America with an amazing beach, splash pad for the kids, and a huge swim area that offers spectators up-close action!
Qualifying begins Friday, but the Main Event to see is on Saturday! Join us for a day at the beach or arrive in the afternoon to catch the Finals battle! Don't/ forget to stop by Action Water Sports for tickets while they are still available and, remember to ask for wristbands to access the MasterCraft VIP tent if you're a MasterCraft Boat Owner!
Check-in with the local Event: Action Water Sports Blog
FRIDAY, August 23
9:00 am: Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals
11:30 pm-5:00 pm: Pro Men Qualifying
SATURDAY, August 24
9:30 am: Pro Men Quarterfinals
12:00 pm: Pro Women Slalom Exhibition
12:30 pm: Junior Pro Men Semifinals
1:30 pm: Pro Men Semifinals
3:00 pm: Junior Pro Men Finals
4:00 pm: Pro Men Jump Exhibition
4:30 pm: Pro Men Finals
5:30 pm- 6:00 pm: Polaroid Action Big Air Kicker Contest7:30 pm: Awards Ceremony The BOB Downtown
1415 Maynard Ave. SW
Walker, MI 48534
The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour is the largest and most storied professional wakeboarding circuit in the world. Since its inception in 1992, the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour has attracted the sports most talented athletes every year to compete in the series points race for the Pro Tour title.
Athletes compete during the course of a season to be named Pro Tour champion based on a cumulative point system. Points are awarded to each athlete based on placement at each stop. The highest total points-earner at the end of the season is crowned the winner.
The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour began with a handful of dedicated wakeboarders traveling to various cities performing wake tricks behind the MasterCraft 190, and later the MasterCraft Maristar. The Pro Tour quickly evolved into more of a skate park style competition, adding various pieces of floating apparatus to perform rail-based tricks and jumps.
Looking to up the ante with a larger and more powerful wake, the Pro Tour began using the MasterCraft XStar, which eventually led to the first-ever 1080 landed in a professional contest.