Sunday’s final round of the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, NJ is sold out, but tickets for the other rounds (as well as the practice rounds) remain available—although probably not for long. The major, which tpypically features one of the deepest international fields in the sport—is scheduled for the week of July 25.
“We are thrilled to announce a Sunday sellout, which speaks to the anticipation surrounding the return of championship golf to Baltusrol Golf Club,” says Ryan Cannon, 2016 PGA Championship Director. “We encourage those interested in purchasing tickets to act quickly and join us for what is sure to be a memorable week.”
Remaining daily tickets to the 2016 PGA Championship can be purchased online at PGAChampionship.com. If you want to see the final round, you’ll now have to buy the Wanamaker Club package, which provides access to the grounds and the Wanamaker pavilion, where you’ll find air conditioning, TVs, an outdoor patio, and upscale food and beverages. Each Wanamaker Club ticket package ($575) comes in the form of seven individual daily tickets (one for each day of the competition beginning with the Monday practice rounds).
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), Friday ($100), and Saturday ($115).
Juniors 17 years of age and younger will be admitted free when accompanied by a ticketed adult, each of whom is permitted up to four junior grounds admissions per day at no additional charge. Junior tickets must be picked up at the Admission Sales & Will Call Office at the Championship main entrance on the day of admission, but will be available regardless of a sellout. Complimentary grounds access to the PGA Championship is also available for select military personnel.