Ken Tanigawa wins the 2019 Senior PGA Championship

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Ken Tanigawa wins the 2019 Senior PGA Championship

The 2019 Senior PGA Championship has come and gone, and Ken Tanigawa is your winner after finishing the weekend three strokes under par.

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2019 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship general spectator information


A ticket, once scanned, will no longer gain admission to the Championship. If you plan to return to Oak Hill Country Club the same day, please have security stamp your hand at one of the spectator entrance gates. You will only be able to return to the grounds with a scanned ticket and a hand stamp. The only exception is when the Weather Warning signs are posted. In this situation, a hand stamp will not be required for re-entry to the Championship. Please visit for refund details; or, alternate day admission eligibility due to suspension of play, if applicable.


As part of the Championship’s mission to grow interest and participation in the game of golf, juniors 17 years of age and younger will be admitted into the Championship grounds for FREE when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Each ticketed adult will be permitted four junior grounds admissions per day at no additional charge. Junior tickets may be picked up onsite at the Main Entrance or Kilbourn Road Admissions offices, on the day of admission. Junior tickets cannot be obtained in advance and will be available regardless of a sell-out. Junior tickets do not access hospitality areas.
A daily upgrade charge of $20 will apply for youth access to the Clubhouse can be purchased at either Admissions location.


To honor the men and women who serve our country in the Armed Forces, the Championship is pleased to offer Active Duty, Retirees, Veterans, Reserve, National Guard and their accompanying guest (limit one) complimentary daily grounds access to the Championship. Upon arrival, Military personnel must go to the Admissions Office at either spectator entrance to present their Military ID, PGA HOPE graduation card or service verification in exchange for daily admission. Please note, these tickets cannot be upgraded to alternative venues, but are eligible for the junior admission policy.


Cameras are only allowed at Oak Hill Country Club during Practice Rounds Tuesday and Wednesday, and are not permitted onsite during Championship Rounds, Thursday through Sunday. Autographs may be requested and given at the contestants’ convenience at the Practice Range and Putting Green during Practice Rounds only. Please consult the Mobile Device Policy for guidelines regarding mobile device photo, audio and video capturing while on course.


Mobile devices must be kept in Golf Mode Setting at all times at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship:

  • Set device to silent or vibrate, including but not limited to, ringer, notifications, and alerts.
  • Camera flash turned off.
  • Incoming and outgoing calls may only be made or received farther than 100 yards away from competition.
  • Text, email, social posting and other data use is allowed on the golf course at any location providing players are not in position and about to play their shots.
  • Mobile device photography, as well as audio and video capturing, is allowed in all areas during Practice Rounds (Tuesday & Wednesday).

During Championship Rounds (Thursday-Sunday), photography, audio and video recording is prohibited anywhere within 100 yards of competition or when requested by players, caddies, marshals, volunteers, security or Championship staff and officials.