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PGA Championship 2019 Tickets, Golf & Accommodation Experiences
Bethpage State Park, Black Course, Farmingdale, New York
The PGA Championship used to mark the end of the major championship season and was known by many as "Glory's Last Shot". In 2019 the tournament will move to May, making it the second Major of the year, Bethpage State Park’s Black Course will host the tournament having previously hosted the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open Championship. The tournament always attracts the top players and previous winners include the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods.
So if you are planning a 2019 golf holiday to The States, why not plan it around The PGA Championship and stop by New York.
PGA Championship Experiences
Grand Hyatt New Yorkwith golf on Trump Links at Ferry Point
- Direct Flights from Heathrow to JFK
- Includes Free Golf Club Carriage
- 4 Nights accommodation at Grand Hyatt New York
- Tickets for USPGA Championship (Fri & Sun)
- 1 Round of Golf (Trump Links at Ferry Point)
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About the PGA Championship
Initially a Matchplay event, the first PGA Championship was played in 1916 and the tournament became a strokeplay event in 1958.
PGA Championship Statistics
- 2017 Winner: Justin Thomas (-8, $1,890,000 Prize Money)
- Oldest Winner: Julius Boros in 1968 (48 years, 142 days)
- Youngest Winner: Gene Sarazen in 1922 (20 years, 174 days)
- Lowest 72 Hole Score: -20, Jason Day in 2015
- Most Frequent Venue: 4 times at Southern Hills Country Club
- The Field: 156 Golfers
Justin Thomas final round recap in 2017
About Bethpage State Park - 2019 PGA Championship Host
Bethpage State Park, Black Course, will host the PGA Championship for the first time in 2019 but the course has also hosted two U.S. Open Championships (2002 and 2009) and a Barclays Championship (2012 and 2016).
- Yardage: 7468 Yards from the championship tees
- Course Opened in: 1936
- Par: 71
PGA Championship past winners
|2009||Y. E. YANG||$1,350,000|
Future PGA Championship Venues
|2020||TPC Harding Park||California||May|
|2021||Kiawah Island, Ocean Course||South Carolina||May|
|2022||Trump National Golf Club||New Jersey||tbc|
|2023||Oak Hill Country Club||New York||tbc|
|2024||Valhala Golf Club||Kentucky||tbc|
|2025||Aronimink Golf Club||Pennsylvania||tbc|
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