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PGA Championship 2016 News and Updates
The PGA Championship may still be several months away, but it’s never too early to start dreaming about summer. This year, the annual series will kick off on Monday, July 25 and last until the conclusion on Sunday, July 31. Springfield, NJ, will serve as host of the ceremonies, which will take place on the green of the Baltusrol Golf Club. Tickets are available for each individual day of the Championship series, with the most expensive prices listed for the conclusion on Sunday, July 31. If you just don’t want to miss out on a single second of the action, you can also purchase a Weekly Badge option. Don’t miss out!
An old tradition will make a reappearance at this year’s PGA Championship tournament. The week-long event will include a long-drive contest on Tuesday at the second hole at the Whistling Straits course. The hole is a par-5, and the winner gets to take home a money clip that is just like the one that Nicklaus won back in the 1960s. The PGA will also gift donations of $25,000, $15,000 and $10,000 to charities in the names of the top three finishers. Golf fanatics will be happy to know that we have passes for the whole week available for purchase with prices starting at $443. The PGA Championship kicks off on Monday, Aug. 10 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin with the final hole to be played on Sunday, Aug. 16.
7/30/15 - It turns out that Jordan Spieth will not be looking for his first Grand Slam at this year’s PGA Championship, but don’t count the young American out by any stretch. He turned in a strong showing at the 2015 Open, ultimately coming up short behind Zach Johnson, but remains ranked No. 2 in the world behind current poster boy Rory McIlroy. Both players figure to be major threats at the upcoming PGA Championship tournament, but only time will tell who truly has the advantage out on the green. Play begins on August 10th at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and you can secure your tickets now! Tuesday tickets are available for under $5, or you can be a part of Friday action starting at $57.
7/23/15 - One might think that winning a second career major championship would boost one’s standings in the sports books. Apparently, that’s not the case for the most recent U.S. Open winner, Zach Johnson. After rallying to take the victory via three-man playoff, Johnson captured his first Open victory and second major tournament win last week. Yet this week, odds makers continue to favor the struggling Tiger Woods heading into the PGA Championship. This may have more to do with the betting tendencies of the public than it does with Johnson’s play on the course versus Tiger’s at this point in their respective careers, but it does highlight just how difficult it is to establish your name in a highly-competitive global field. Weekly badges are still available for the PGA Championship starting at $307!
7/15/15 - This year’s PGA Championship is still three weeks away, but the golf world is abuzz with the prospect of young Jordan Spieth vying for a Grand Slam championship at the tender age of 22. He’ll be 21 until July 27th, and yet Spieth has rattled off two of the more impressive tournament wins in recent memory: his record-tying performance at the Masters opened spectators’ eyes in a big way, which he followed up with another huge win at the U.S. Open. He became the third-youngest player to win multiple majors and is looking to begin logging his name in the history books with two more tourneys coming up in the next month. PGA Championship tickets are on sale now starting at just $2 for Monday 8/10!
7/9/15 - The 2015 PGA Championship is just over a month away. It is not just the professional golfers preparing for the tournament; the workers at Whistling Straights golf course in Kohler, Wisconsin, , in conjunction with PGA Championship director Jason Mengel, are preparing to host the event. This year will be the third time this course has been host. They have to ensure that the infrastructure is in place for the additional necessities for the tournament, including the bleacher seats, media center, and championship shops. The defending champion will be Rory McIlroy, and the purse will be $10 million, of which $1.8 million will be the winner's prize. You can already get tickets to see the tournament live, starting August 10. Prices start at $2 for the opening day, and start at $95 for the final day.
8/6/14 – We are one day away from the exhilarating PGA Championship at Valhalla.There is no shortage of drama at this year’s event, so get your PGA Championship tickets now! Attend the final major of the 2014 season for as little as $17 tomorrow (8/7). Pay just $46 on Sunday (8/10) for a PGA Championship Grounds Pass and see the winner of $10 million—the No. 1 purse in golf!
All eyes will be on No. 1 seed Rory McIlroy in his attempt to succeed Tiger as the next youngest player to win his fourth major, joining Jack Nicklaus at the ripe old age of 25. The Open Champion is also attempting to become the first player since Padraig Harrington to win back-to-back majors. McIlroy's play has been dominant, and the young buck has given veterans a run for their money all year. Phil Mickelson will descend upon Valhalla without a top-10 finish on the PGA Tour, while Woods—if he enters—has the chance to score his first victory of the entire season at golf’s final major. Woods is scheduled to tee off in Louisville tomorrow, though after pulling out of last weekend’s WGC Bridgestone due to lingering back issues, he has yet to inform officials whether or not he will miss his seventh major. And don’t sleep on No. 2 Adam Scott, the Australian is sure to be a factor this week in his attempt to reclaim top billing from the Irishman.
7/20/14 – Rory McIlroy landed his third major championship title with a steady hand, winning the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool on Sunday. This puts the No. 1 ranked player amongst an elite class of golfers to have won three major championships by the age of 25; joining Jack Niklaus and Tiger Woods for the distinction. Speaking of Woods, the player returned from back surgery in to face his biggest test thus far, his first major of the season at Royal Liverpool; his promising start ended with a 3-over 75. From here, Tiger Woods has his eyes set on the PGA Championship—a tournament the legendary golfer recently added to his 2014 schedule. Over at the Valhalla Golf Course, all efforts are being thrown into putting the finishing touches on the green for the Aug. 4 through Aug. 10 PGA Championship. See Tiger Woods in his second Major of the year, and see if Rory McIlroy can secure a career Grand Slam with PGA Championship tickets.
7/9/14 – Tiger Woods didn’t just return to golf for his charity’s tournament, the expert intends on making the prestigious Ryder Cup as well. Considering his low FedEx Cup standings (No. 209), Woods will have to show extremely well in the three upcoming competitions: the British Open, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and, of course, the PGA Championship. Next week’s Brit Open serves as the primer for the PGA Championship, and the Valhalla course should ultimately determine whether Woods will make the top 125 cut and join Captain Tom Watson’s Ryder team. Leading candidate for Player of the Year is Martin Kaymer who, similar to Tiger Woods’ 2013 award winning performance, nosedived out of the Top 50 only to bounce back in an awe-inspiring manner. With the British Open, FedEx playoffs and PGA Championship on the horizon, keep a keen eye on Germany’s golf ace as the PGA Tour continues.
6/24/14 – In what seems like the best golfing news heard all year, Tiger Woods is officially back in action! On Wednesday morning, Woods took to the practice round of the Quicken Loans National, showing the public that his back is healthy—though his game a bit rusty—after a three-month absence from the green following surgery. Woods missed the US Open during his rehab, leaving the door open for Phil Mickelson to achieve a career grand slam, though he missed out when Martin Kaymer took the trophy. Tiger Woods should be on deck for both the British Open at Royal Liverpool and the PGA Championship at Valhalla this year, which of course, means ticket prices will likely shoot up in response! For now, PGA Championship tickets have risen only slightly, up to $704 for an All Week pass beginning Aug 4. Woods won the PGA Championship the last time it was played at Valhalla—be on the grounds and see if the legend can win his 15th major, and his first in six years!
5/28/14 - The PGA tour continued in Europe, with Rory McIlroy achieving the most exciting victory of the year—and the richest purse in European golf—at the BMW PGA Championship in Surrey. The momentous comeback (round of 66 14-under) came days after McIlroy broke off his engagement with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, and it looks like Rory will be fired up when he takes the green at Valhalla Golf Club in Kentucky come August. He's still not No.1, however, Adam Scott ascended to the top spot with his win in Texas, and through Tiger Woods' inactivity. The previous No.1 player in the world has officially announced his suspected withdrawal from the US Open (and likely the July British Open) as he recovers from back surgery. While the timetable for his return is unknown, Woods stated: "I remain very optimistic about this year" and just may come back in time for the PGA Championship this August. Get your PGA Championship tickets and see if the golf star will be fully rehabbed by late summer! PGA Championship passes currently run $693-$1266 starting Monday, Aug 4- Sun, Aug 10.
PGA Championship 2014 Season
The prestigious PGA Championship will return to Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, KY for the first time in over 10 years. Established in 1916, the PGA Championship is nearly a century old, and has been held annually at a rotating location as one of four majors on the PGA circuit. The finest golfers in the world (including winners of the last five US Opens, Masters and Open Championships), all compete for a part of the $8 million purse--not for the award, but for the prestige involved with winning this extraordinary event.
PGA Championship tickets are always of the highest demand, as it's typically the final major tournament to take place before the close of golf season. PGA Championship tickets offer a $746 minimum for a Wanamaker Club weeklong pass from Aug 4- 10. Individual day tickets are also available for prices as low as $15.
Jason Dufner took the trophy last year, shooting a masterful 68 to shut out Jim Furyk by two points and claim his first major championship. Dufner is preceded by Rory McIlroy and Keegan Bradley for the PGA Championship title, and joins the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jack Nicklaus as victors. Who will lay claim to one of the most coveted prizes in golf: the iconic Wanamaker Trophy? Be there to see history in the making with PGA Championship tickets!