Limited Tickets Remain Available for Other Championship Rounds
Springfield, N.J. (June 23, 2016) – The PGA of America today announced a sellout of daily tickets for Championship Weekend – Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31 – at the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club. The PGA Championship, which annually features one of the deepest international fields in golf and includes the most top-100 world-ranked players of any event in golf, will be played at historic Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey, July 25-31, 2016.
“We are excited to announce the sellout of all daily Championship Weekend tickets, which speaks to the tremendous enthusiasm surrounding the return of Major Championship golf to Baltusrol,” said Ryan Cannon, 2016 PGA Championship Director. “We are less than five weeks away from the Championship and urge all fans who are interested in purchasing tickets to act quickly and join us for an unforgettable experience.”
Tickets for Thursday and Friday Championship rounds remain available, but are expected to sell out quickly. Tickets for practice rounds—which begin on Monday, July 25—also remain available and provide a great opportunity to see the best players in the world close up and in a more relaxed environment.
How to Purchase 2016 PGA Championship Tickets
All remaining daily tickets to the 2016 PGA Championship can be purchased online at PGAChampionship.com. Prices and details for remaining tickets are as follows:
The Wanamaker Club Ticket Package: Provides access to the grounds and Wanamaker Club all seven days of the 2016 PGA Championship. The Wanamaker Club is a pavilion located in close proximity to the Lower Course. Amenities include air conditioning, televisions, an outdoor patio, restrooms, and upscale food and beverage options available for purchase. Each Wanamaker Club ticket package ($575) comes in the form of seven individual daily tickets (one for Monday; one for Tuesday, etc., including Saturday and Sunday).
Daily Grounds Tickets – Limited quantities of individual daily grounds tickets are still available for practice rounds on Monday ($25), Tuesday ($30), and Wednesday ($35); as well as Championship rounds on Thursday ($90) and Friday ($100).
Juniors (age 17 and younger) will be admitted onto the Championship grounds free when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Each ticketed adult at the PGA Championship is permitted up to four (4) junior grounds admissions per day at no additional charge. Junior tickets must be picked up onsite at the Admission Sales & Will Call Office at the Championship main entrance on the day of admission. Junior tickets cannot be obtained in advance, but will be available regardless of a sellout.
Complimentary grounds access to the PGA Championship is also available for select military personnel–Active Duty, Military Retirees, Active Reserve, National Guard, Department of Defense Civilians with ID, and accompanying spouses.
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About the PGA Championship
The PGA Championship features one of the deepest international fields in golf, the fairest setup, the only all-professional field among golf’s majors, and where golf enthusiasts also are embraced as part of the event. Many of golf’s greatest champions, from Walter Hagen, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, and Jack Nicklaus to Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, and defending champion Jason Day have had their names inscribed on the Wanamaker Trophy. For more information, visit PGAChampionship.com.
About the PGA of America
Celebrating its Centennial, the PGA of America represents the very best in golf. For more information about the PGA of America, visit PGA.org, follow @PGAofAmerica on Twitter, and find us on Facebook.
About Baltusrol Golf Club
Baltusrol Golf Club, synonymous with championship golf, sits at the base of Baltusrol Mountain in Springfield, New Jersey, only a stone’s throw from New York City. With a rich heritage that dates back to 1895, Baltusrol is considered one of the country’s premier golf clubs. Its two championship courses, the Lower and Upper, have played distinguished roles on the national golf stage since their creation by Golden Age architect A.W. Tillinghast. Over its 120-year history, Baltusrol has hosted 16 major championships, with the PGA Championship returning for the second time in July 2016. Recognizing its historical significance and place in the world of golf, the National Park Service recently designated Baltusrol a National Historic Landmark.