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Tickets On Sale Now

A variety of ticket packages for all budgets are now available to the general public for Glory's Last Shot, with several exclusive amenity and parking upgrades available. Order yours today!

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The famed 18th hole at the Atlanta Athletic Club's Highlands course. (Photo: Maynard Creations)

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. -- The PGA Championship and its historic Wanamaker Trophy will return to the Atlanta Athletic Club once again for the 93rd PGA Championship, Aug. 8-14, 2011. Tickets are now on sale for the Season's Final Major, which perennially features the deepest international field of any major championship.

"After hosting a highly successful 2001 PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club, we know the region will be very excited for the Championship's return," said Ryan Cannon, 93rd PGA Championship tournament director. "The Atlanta Athletic Club is a special place, and when it hosts a Major Championship, it is the must see and be seen event of the year."

Consistent with The PGA of America's mission of growing the game of golf, there are several ticket packages designed to give more people an opportunity to participate in the 93rd PGA Championship. Admission ticket prices range from $25 for a Monday practice round ticket to $550 for a week-long Wanamaker Club ticket.  In addition there are several parking upgrades available that range from $20 a day to $250 for the week. The PGA will continue its tradition of having a free parking and shuttle option as well. 

The PGA Championship also will continue its popular junior ticket policy for 2011.  Juniors, age 17 and under, will be allowed access into the Championship Grounds with an accompanying ticketed adult. Each ticketed adult will be allowed up to four (4) junior admissions to the PGA Championship at no additional charge. Junior tickets must be picked up on site at the Will Call Office at the Championship main entrance on the day of admission.

All ticket packages, other than junior tickets, may be reserved and purchased by clicking here or by calling the PGA Ticketing Center at 1-800-PGA-GOLF (742-4653). Tickets for the 93rd PGA Championship will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis to a limited number of spectators. Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets early as demand for tickets is expected to be high.

93rd PGA Championship Ticket Options and Pricing:

President's Club: Sold as Daily Tickets
All-inclusive clubhouse access at a Major Championship

The President's Club daily ticket provides access to the grounds and President's Club for the day purchased. The President's Club is located inside the beautiful Atlanta Athletic Club clubhouse. Complimentary food and beverage and open bar are included.

Prices:
$850 Thursday
$850 Friday
$850 Saturday
$850 Sunday

Wanamaker Club: $550
Accessible comfort at a Major Championship

The Wanamaker Club ticket package provides access to the grounds and Wanamaker Club all seven days of the Championship. The Wanamaker Club is a pavilion located in close proximity to holes 1, 9, and 10. Amenities include air conditioning, televisions, an outdoor patio, restrooms, and upscale food and beverage options available for purchase. Each Wanamaker Club ticket comes in the form of seven individual daily tickets (one for Monday, one for Tuesday, etc).

Season Ticket: $285
For the Major Championship enthusiast

The Season Grounds ticket package is the best value and provides access to the grounds for all seven days of the Championship. Each Season Grounds ticket package comes in the form of seven individual daily tickets (one for Monday, one for Tuesday, etc).

Daily Championship Passes: Sold as daily tickets
Experience individual days at a Major Championship

A Daily Grounds ticket offers access to the Championship grounds for the specific day requested.

Prices:
$25 Monday
$25 Tuesday
$25 Wednesday
$85 Thursday
$85 Friday
$90 Saturday
$90 Sunday

93rd PGA Championship Parking Options and Pricing:

Weekly Premium Parking: $250
The best parking option available.

Available in a limited quantity, the Premium parking lot will be located in the grass field directly across from the main entrance of the Atlanta Athletic Club. Weekly Premium parking will come in the form of seven individual daily hang tags (one for Monday, one for Tuesday, etc). Premium parking MUST be purchased in advance. There will be no day-of access to the lot without the appropriate hang tag.

Weekly Preferred Parking: $125
The next best parking option available.

Available in a limited quantity, the Preferred parking lot will be located offsite, but closer to the Atlanta Athletic Club than the free parking lot. Complimentary air conditioned motor coach service to and from the main entrance of the Championship will be provided. Weekly Preferred parking will come in the form of seven individual daily hangtags (one for Monday, one for Tuesday, etc). Preferred parking MUST be purchased in advance. There will be no day of access to the lot without the appropriate hang tag.

Daily Preferred Parking: Sold as daily passes
The next best parking option available.

Available in a very limited quantity, the Preferred parking lot will be located offsite, but closer to the Atlanta Athletic Club than the free parking lot. Complimentary air conditioned motor coach service to and from the main entrance of the Championship will be provided. Preferred parking MUST be purchased in advance. There will be no day of access to the lot without the appropriate hang tag.

Prices:
$20 Monday
$20 Tuesday
$20 Wednesday
$20 Thursday
$20 Friday
$20 Saturday
$20 Sunday

Free Parking

Complimentary Parking and Shuttle Service


Complimentary parking in an offsite grass lot along with air conditioned motor coach service to and from the main entrance of the Championship are included for all ticketed patrons of the Championship. NO hang tag will be required to access the Free parking lot on a daily basis.

About The PGA of America


Since 1916, The PGA of America's mission has been twofold: to establish and elevate the standards of the profession and to grow interest and participation in the game of golf.

By establishing and elevating the standards of the golf profession through world-class education, career services, marketing and research programs, the Association enables PGA Professionals to maximize their performance in their respective career paths and showcases them as experts in the game and in the multi-billion-dollar golf industry.

By creating and delivering dramatic world-class championships and exciting and enjoyable golf promotions that are viewed as the best of their class in the golf industry, The PGA of America elevates the public's interest in the game, the desire to play more golf, and ensures accessibility to the game for everyone, everywhere. The PGA of America brand represents the very best in golf.

About Atlanta Athletic Club


By hosting the 93rd PGA Championship, Atlanta Athletic Club continues its tradition as the site of major championships. Founded in 1898 and the home club of golf legend Bobby Jones, the AAC is the only club in the southeast to have hosted both men's and women's U.S. Opens, as well as two previous PGA Championships.

The club's focus on golf, and its two challenging golf courses recently redesigned by Rees Jones, demonstrates the club's commitment to the players and the business of golf.

The best players in the world will face a vastly improved Highlands Course in August of 2011. A new cultivar of grass called Champion Bermuda has been planted on the greens and the fairways have been changed to Diamond zoysia; a combination surely to please the best players in the world for the Season's Final Major.