• PGA Championship comes to Charlotte


    Since 1916, golf's best professionals have been competing for the PGA Championship's coveted Wanamaker Trophy. The Championship, featuring the strongest field in golf, is considered one of the largest sporting events in the world and it’s coming to Charlotte’s Quail Hollow Club Aug. 7 – 13.

    Tickets for the four days of tournament golf and Wednesday’s practice round are sold out, but at press time tickets were still available to the practice rounds on Monday and Tuesday. Click here for more information on tickets. 

    The fan shop will open this weekend, Aug. 5 – 6, and you do not need tickets to the tournament to make purchases. The store will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.

    The Wanamaker Trophy will be available for photos at certain times during the weekend as well.

    There will be no on-site parking available at the Quail Hollow Club for this weekend’s grand opening, but fans can park at Charlotte Catholic High School and take a shuttle over.

    If you don’t have tickets to the tournament and still want to watch all the action, click here for the TV broadcast schedule and online viewing options.

    If you are attending the Championship, find details on parking and transportation here.

    The 2017 PGA Championship field will include Jimmy Walker, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Shaun Micheel, Davis Love III, John Daly, Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Rickie Fowler and more. Click here to see more players.  

    For more details on the event, visit pga.com or click here.

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