Hospitality planning kicks off with Taste of the 101st PGA Championship
With less than seven months to go, PGA Championship Staff, Committee Members, Corporate Clients and Special Guests officially kicked off the countdown to the 101st PGA Championship with Taste of the PGA this past week. Building two 100-person chalets on site at Bethpage State Park, the PGA held meetings and a “thank you” reception for clients, giving them a preview of what’s to come next May when major Championship golf returns to the iconic Black Course.
Bernadette Castro, Former NY State Parks Commissioner, Peter King, US Representative for NY’s 2nd Congressional District and John Flanagan, Majority Leader – New York State Senate, attended Tuesday’s reception to celebrate the 101st PGA Championship
Companies interested in having a corporate presence at next year’s Championship are encouraged to begin exploring available opportunities sooner rather than later, and can find more information at. While some of the Championship’s largest venues are already sold-out, there are a number of ways for companies to participate on a smaller scale to include a limited number of daily packages.
Fans interested in purchasing individual tickets to the Championship can visitwhere they’ll find a variety of weekly and daily options available.