PGA Championship 2018 Tickets, Golf & Accommodation Experiences
Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis, Missouri
The PGA Championship marks the end of the major championship season and has become known by many as "Glory's Last Shot". In 2018, The PGA Championship will come to Bellerive Country Club for only the second time having hosted the tournament in 1992. Bellerive has also hosted the U.S. Open in 1965 where Gary Player beat Kel Nagle in an 18 hole playoff. The tournament always attracts the top players and previous winners include the likes of Rory McILroy, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods.
So if you are planning a 2018 golf holiday to The States, why not plan it around The PGA Championship and stop by St. Louis, Missouri.
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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
About Bellerive Country Club - 2018 PGA Championship Host
Bellerive will host the PGA Championship for the second time in 2018 but the course has also hosted a U.S. Open (1965), a U.S. Senior Open (2004), a Senior PGA Championship (2013) and a BMW Championship (2008).
- Yardage: 7547 Yards from the championship tees
- Course Opened in: 1897
- Par: 71
PGA Championship past winners
|2009||Y. E. YANG||$1,350,000|
Future PGA Championship Venues
|2019||Bethpage Black||New York||August|
|2020||TPC Harding Park||California||August|
|2021||Kiawah Island, Ocean Course||South Carolina||August|
|2022||Trump National Golf Club||New Jersey||August|
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