Bellerive Country Club

Ticket prices announced for the 100th PGA Championship

ST. LOUIS, July 31, 2017 – Ticket pricing is now available for the 100th PGA Championship, to be held August 6 – 12, 2018, at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. The PGA of America also announced that it is experiencing unprecedented demand for this historic Championship, with all 4,000 plus volunteer positions already filled, more than a year in advance.

“Given the number of interest forms we received before volunteer registration opened on June 20, we knew there may be an opportunity to fill all positions quickly. We are pleased to announce that all volunteer positions have been filled at a record pace,” said 2018 PGA Championship Director Barry Deach. “We are seeing a similar trend in our ticket registration process. Because of that, we felt it was important to release information about ticket pricing now, rather than later.”

“We urge local and regional fans to register for tickets soon because national registrations will grow rapidly in the last two weeks of the registration window,” Deach added. Tickets will come in three price tiers:

Daily Grounds Tickets for Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday –access to the Championship Grounds at Bellerive for the specific day purchased will be $35 each.

Daily Grounds Tickets for Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday –access to the Championship Grounds at Bellerive for the specific day purchased will be $100 each.

Week-Long Grounds Tickets for every day Monday through Sunday –access to the Championship Grounds at Bellerive for all seven days will be $325 each.

The 100th PGA Championship will continue the PGA of America’s commitment to offering free Championship access to young fans ages 17 and under, as well as for America’s active and retired service men and women.

Each ticketed adult can bring up to four juniors under the age of 17 onto the Championship Grounds at Bellerive for free each day. No registration for juniors is necessary. Junior tickets will be available at the Admissions and Will Call Office at the Championship’s main entrance and will be available regardless of a sellout.

All U.S. active duty, military retirees, active reserve, National Guard and their accompanying guest (limit one) will be eligible to receive free Daily Grounds Tickets by presenting their Military I.D. at the Admissions and Will Call. No registration for these complimentary tickets is required and will be available regardless of a sell-out. “We couldn’t be prouder of, and excited for, the greater St. Louis community as they continue to show that St. Louis loves their sports by rallying around big events,” said 2018 PGA Championship General Chairman Mike DeCola. “Momentum is building all around the Championship, from the record-setting pace of our volunteer registration, to our growing ticket registrants, and throughout the business community.”

Ticket registration will close on Sunday, August 13, 2017. All interested fans should visit www.pga.com/pgachampionship/2018/ now to register for their opportunity to purchase tickets for the 2018 PGA Championship.

Ticket Registration Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Why do I need to register?

A: To provide golf fans a fair process for accessing the most in-demand ticket types, tickets will be sold exclusively through an online registration program. The earlier fans register, the better positioned they will be to access the most popular ticket types when they go on sale in August of 2017.

Q: Is there a cost to register?

A: No. Registration is free and there is no obligation to purchase tickets when they go on sale.

Q: When will I be given the opportunity to purchase my tickets?

A: Tickets will go on sale in August 2017, following this year’s PGA Championship. Your window to purchase tickets will be based on the date you registered and will be confirmed following your registration.

Q: How will I know when I’ll be able to purchase tickets?

A: Registrants will receive a number of email communications before and during your window to purchase.

Q: Will tickets be available all the way up to the Championship?

A: Based on the success of the registration process at past PGA Championships, we anticipate the most highly sought after tickets will sell out well in advance of the 2018 PGA Championship.

To stay up to date on PGA Championship news, register to purchase tickets to the 100th PGA Championship next year in St. Louis, or follow this year’s 2017 PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., visit www.pgachampionship.com. On social media, fans can stay in the know by following @PGAChampionship on Twitter or going to facebook.com/pgachampionship.

About the PGA Championship

The PGA Championship features one of the strongest international fields in golf, the fairest setup, and the only all-professional field among golf’s majors. Since 1916, golf's best professionals have won the PGA Championship: from Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Byron Nelson; to Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. For more information, visit www.PGAChampionship.com.

About the PGA of America

The PGA of America is one of the world’s largest sports organizations, with 28,000 professionals who daily work to grow interest and participation in the game of golf. For more information about the PGA of America, visit PGA.org, follow @PGAofAmerica on Twitter and find us on Facebook.

About Bellerive Country Club

Located in St. Louis, Bellerive Country Club is a private club that is home to one of the finest golf courses in the Midwestern United States. Opened in 1897, Bellerive Country Club has a long tradition of hosting spectator and championship golf events. In 2013, Bellerive became only the third club in the United States to host all four traveling men’s professional major championships (PGA Championship, Senior PGA Championship, U.S. Open and U.S. Senior Open). Bellerive Country Club will host its first PGA Championship since 1992 when the 100th PGA Championship is played on the storied course from August 6-12, 2018.