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The 2006 Senior PGA Championship is sure to be exciting for everyone. (PGA Photo)
The 2006 Senior PGA Championship is sure to be exciting for everyone. (PGA Photo)

Place your order for tickets to 67th Senior PGA

EDMOND, Okla. -- The legends of golf will visit the plains of Oklahoma to compete in the most prestigious major championship in senior golf -- the 67th Senior PGA Championship at Oak Tree Golf Club in Edmond, Okla., May 22-28, 2006. Tom Watson, Gary Player, Hale Irwin, Fuzzy Zoeller, Craig Stadler, Peter Jacobsen, 2005 Champions Tour rookies Greg Norman and Curtis Strange, and Oak Tree residents Mark Hayes, Gil Morgan and 2000 Senior PGA Champion Doug Tewell are among the 156 players eligible to compete for the coveted Alfred S. Bourne Trophy.

The 67th Senior PGA Championship is a seven-day celebration. Practice Rounds, which are open to the public, begin on Mon., May 22, and continue to Wed., May 24th. Players fine-tune their games, familiarize themselves with Oak Tree Golf Club and interact with fans and sign autographs. Spectators are permitted to bring cameras on Practice Round days only.

The competition begins on Thursday, May 25. After Friday's rounds are completed the field will be cut to the low 70 scorers and ties. Those competitors who make the cut continue playing on Saturday and Sunday for a chance to win a major championship and the winner's share of the more than $2 million purse. Tickets for the 67th Senior PGA Championship go on sale Tues., June 28. Weekly Passes and Daily Tickets will be available and range in price from $10 for a Daily Practice Round Ticket to $185 for a Trophy Club ticket. Discount pricing is available on tickets and passes purchased before April 15, 2006.

In an effort to encourage more youths to become involved in the game of the golf, The PGA of America is offering free admission to people 17 years and younger with a ticketed adult. In addition, free parking is available. A family of four may enjoy a full day of world-class golf for as little as $20. Tickets for the 67th Senior PGA Championship may be purchased via telephone by dialing 800-PGA-GOLF (800-742-4653), or on the web. Volunteers are critical to the operation of the 67th Senior PGA Championship. Volunteers assist in everything from scoring to player relations. More than 1,800 Volunteers are needed. Individuals interested in volunteering may call the Championship Office at (405) 348-2006, or check online

When renowned golf course architect Pete Dye was chosen in the mid 1970's to design Oak Tree Golf Club he was given only one directive: "Make it the hardest course in the world." At the 1988 PGA Championship, players faced a course with a USGA rating of 76.9 for its par of 71, the highest course rating in the country at that time. To date, Dye speaks of Oak Tree as the finest inland golf course he has ever built. Over the years, Oak Tree Golf Club has hosted a number of prestigious tournaments, including the 1980 PGA Cup Matches, 1984 U.S. Amateur, 1988 PGA Championship and 2000 PGA Club Professional Championship.

The PGA of America

The PGA of America, founded in 1916, is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the game of golf while continuing to enhance the standards of the profession. The Association is comprised of more than 28,000 men and women PGA Professionals who are dedicated to growing participation in the game of golf. The PGA of America also conducts four professional golf events: the Ryder Cup Matches, the PGA Championship, the Senior PGA Championship and the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Ticket Information

Trophy Club Ticket
$185* in advance ∼ $210* beginning April 15, 2006

The Trophy Club is an exclusive, air-conditioned pavilion, completely furnished, featuring a wide selection of food and beverage options for purchase. Televisions and comfortable seating inside and on the patio creates a sports bar type atmosphere. Each Trophy Club Ticket comes in the form of seven (7) individual daily Trophy Club tickets, one for each day of the Championship. A FREE copy of the Championship's Official Journal is included.

Season Grounds Ticket
$85* in advance ∼ $100* beginning April 15, 2006

The Season Grounds Ticket comes in the form of seven (7) daily grounds tickets, one for each day of the Championship. Concession stands are located throughout the course offering a selection of food and beverages for purchase. A FREE copy of the Championship's Official Journal is included.

Daily Grounds Ticket

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday $10* in advance
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday $15 at the gate
  • Thursday, Friday $25* in advance
  • Thursday, Friday $35 at the gate
  • Saturday, Sunday $35* in advance
  • Saturday, Sunday $45 at the gate

The Daily Grounds Ticket comes in the form of one daily grounds ticket for the Championship. Concession stands are located throughout the course offering a selection of food and beverages for purchase.

(*Plus applicable OK state and local sales tax)

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