Senior PGA Championship again boasts strong field
Just as the PGA Championship traditionally boasts the strongest field of the year, the Senior PGA Championship almost always earns the same honor on the senior circuit. And judging by the preliminary field list released today, that'll be true again this year.
Already in the field are eight major champions, three past Senior PGA champions, five Ryder Cup captains and four Hall of Fame members. They'll descend on beautiful Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis for the 74th edition of the senior game's oldest and most prestigious championship on May 21-26.
Bellerive will make history this year by hosting the Senior PGA Championship – it'll become only the third club in the United States to host all four traveling men's professional majors: PGA Championship (1992), Senior PGA Championship (2013), U.S. Open (1965) and U.S. Senior Open (2004).
If you're interested in going, there are a variety of ticket options and packages. Tickets range from $15 for a Tuesday Daily Grounds ticket to $300 for a Weeklong Clubhouse pass. Additionally, ticket purchasers will get the first opportunity to buy tickets for the Centennial PGA Championship – one of golf's most anticipated major championships – which also will take place at Bellerive in August 2018.
For more info on tickets, click here.
And for complete coverage of the 74th Senior PGA Championship, click here.
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