2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship tickets now available

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2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship tickets now available

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — The PGA of America has opened ticket sales for the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, which is returning to Harbor Shores, May 19-24, 2020. Featuring many of golf’s greatest champions—including Colin Montgomerie, Bernhard Langer, Steve Stricker and 2018 Senior PGA champion Paul Broadhurst—the Championship promises top-notch competition on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan.

“The Benton Harbor, Saint Joseph and West Michigan communities are an essential reason for the continued success of the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship,” said Ryan Ogle, Championship Director. “Since 2012, the Championship has returned to Harbor Shores every other year and the support from the region has been incredible. We are already looking forward to another exceptional event in 2020 that will once again feature the Maker’s Trail 19th Hole, YMCA Kid Zone and other fun activities in addition to world-class golf from legends of the game.”

TICKETS: Buy your KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship tickets here

Summer savings ticketing options for the Championship include: 

•    Flex Grounds Ticket 4-Pack ($59) — The best option for those who want to attend the Championship but can’t commit to a specific day, this package provides purchasers with four (4) any one-day flex grounds tickets. Ticket holders can use the flex ticket to attend any day of the Championship. 

•    Weekly Maker’s Trail 19th Hole ($199) — This option is perfect for food and craft drink lovers. Maker’s Trail 19th Hole ticket holders have access to a variety of locally-sourced high-quality beer, wine and spirits. In addition, each ticket holder will receive $25 worth of vouchers to be used for concessions inside the venue. 

The success of the Championship has a direct impact on the communities within the region, as the tournament brings in visitors from across Michigan and the Midwest, driving business for restaurants, shops and other local commercial venues. On average, the Championship has an $8 – $10 million impact in the region each year it is held at Harbor Shores.

For more information on ticket options and other fan experiences at the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, visit