PGA Championship Returns to Valhalla Golf Club in 2024
The PGA Championship is headed back to the Bluegrass State.
In 2024, Valhalla Golf Club will host its fourth PGA Championship. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Valhalla opened in 1986 and has since established itself as one of golf’s most storied venues, having also hosted two Senior PGA Championships and the 2008 Ryder Cup where the United States claimed victory 16½-11½.
The previous three PGA Championships hosted at Valhalla have been action packed.
In 2014, Rory McIlroy battled soggy conditions and impending darkness to claim his second Wanamaker Trophy, besting Phil Mickelson by a single shot. In 2000, Tiger Woods defeated Bob May in a three-hole cumulative score playoff. In the 1996 PGA Championship - Valhalla’s first Major Championship - Mark Brooks edged Kentuckian Kenny Perry in a one-hole playoff.
In 2024, the major is returning to the iconic location.