There are still some tickets on the market for one of sports' marquee events that is being hosted on Long Island.
With the PGA Championship heading to Bethpage Black in Farmingdale from Monday, May 13, through Sunday, May 19, some tickets are still available for both the practice rounds (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and championship rounds (Thursday and Friday).
Tickets for the main event on Saturday and Sunday have been sold out for some time, as are week-long grounds tickets.
For the practice rounds, tickets are running at $35 each, while championship round tickets will cost $110. They can be purchased here.
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According to the PGA of America, “in their commitment to growing the game of golf,” each ticketed adult can bring up to four children aged 17 or younger onto the grounds for free. Junior tickets will be available each day of the Championship week, regardless of a sellout.
“The fan response for tickets and volunteer positions has been phenomenal,” Scott Reid, 2019 PGA Championship Director said. “We’re quickly approaching a sellout on the weekend but do have a limited number of daily tickets and upgraded weekly packages remaining for the most in-demand days.
“For fans who want a unique behind-the-scenes experience, there are still a number of volunteer positions available. With this high demand for tickets and volunteering, we encourage fans to act quickly while options are available.”
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