Tickets to 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa to Be Released June 21
The PGA of America today announced that priority access to tickets for the 2022 PGA Championship ─ to be played at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, from May 16-22, 2022 ─ will be released to those who purchased tickets to the just-completed KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship beginning Monday, June 14.
For those who registered for the 2022 PGA Championship, remaining tickets will be released beginning Monday, June 21.
Those interested in attending the first PGA Championship to be played at Southern Hills since 2007 — when Tiger Woods captured the Wanamaker Trophy for the fourth time — can still register at https://www.pgachampionship.com/attend/2022/tickets through June 20.
Tickets to the 2022 PGA Championship will be sold exclusively through an online registration process. Registrants are essentially given a place in line ─ first come, first served ─ for the opportunity to purchase tickets as inventory is released.
Although registrants are under no obligation to purchase tickets, the available ticket inventory is expected to move quickly.
Due to extraordinarily high interest, registration does not guarantee an opportunity to purchase tickets. Available inventory may vary depending on date and time of registration and ticket availability.
Founded in 1936, Southern Hills has already played host to eight major championships, including four PGA Championships, making it the PGA’s most frequent venue.
Beyond Woods’ memorable victory in 2007, Southern Hills also hosted the 1958 U.S. Open (won by Tommy Bolt), 1970 PGA Championship (Dave Stockton), 1977 U.S. Open (Hubert Green), 1982 PGA Championship (Raymond Floyd), 1994 PGA Championship (Nick Price), 2001 U.S. Open (Retief Goosen) and last week’s 2021 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship (Alex Cejka),
Many of golf’s greatest champions, from Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan, to Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, have had their names inscribed on the Wanamaker Trophy.
Last month, Mickelson, 50, held off Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen to win the 2021 PGA Championship at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina to become the oldest player to capture one of golf’s four Major Championships.
The PGA Championship perennially showcases the strongest field in golf (a record 99 of the top 100 players in the Official World Golf Rankings competed this year at The Ocean Course) and also features the top 20 PGA Club Professionals.
The PGA Championship is the only all-professional major in men’s golf. It began in 1916, just months after the birth of the PGA of America.
For more information about the PGA Championship, visit PGAChampionship.com.