PGA Championship Central
The PGA Championship presents a unique opportunity for our PGA Professionals nationwide who are working firsthand to grow the game of golf. We hope you’ll find this coverage insightful and practical in ways that will improve your business/facility, but also energizing to see our association and your fellow PGA Members on full display at TPC Harding Park.
Please check back for more information as this area will be updated throughout the week of the PGA Championship.
Join the Conversation
As PGA Members, you offer unique and valuable insight on what there is to learn when a Major Championship is happening. We encourage you to share your best practices and experiences with us. Follow along all the PGA Championship action and join the conversation here.
Best Practices from TPC Harding Park
In an unprecedented environment with no fans, here are some of the key takeaways and best practices from the PGA Championship that might be useful to you at your local facilities.
Merchandise & Discounts
Take a look at the PGA Championship merchandise deals, and other partner discounts, specifically for PGA Members.
Where to Watch
Buckle up for wall-to-wall, live full-field 72-hole coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship. Click here to see where, when and how to watch.
PGA Member News
This year’s PGA Championship theme is Inspiring the Future of the Game. Here are a handful of PGA Member features and various initiatives being highlighted from TPC Harding Park.
Team of 20
The top 20 on the 2019 PGA Player of the Year list are competing at the 2020 PGA Championship. Check out all the coverage and scoring updates surrounding this year’s PGA Team of 20.
About the PGA Championship
Since its inception in 1916, the PGA Championship has evolved into one of the world’s premier sporting events. Each summer, one of the nation’s leading golf facilities hosts the game’s best professionals as they compete for the Rodman Wanamaker Trophy and a Major Championship title. The PGA Championship has featured the most players in the Top 100 of the Official World Golf Rankings, and has perennially boasted the strongest field in golf.
This Championship is one of four majors in men’s professional golf joining The Masters, U.S. Open, and The Open.
The Next PGA Championship
On May 17-23, 2021, the strongest international field in golf will return to The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort for the 2021 PGA Championship. The PGA Championship was last played at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in 2012.
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 PGA Championship will be played without fans.