LOUISVILLE, KY -- The PGA of America has announced that tickets to the Wanamaker Club at the 2014 PGA Championship have officially sold out. Daily grounds tickets remain available for each day of the Championship, which will be Aug. 4-10 at Valhalla Golf Club. The 2014 PGA Championship will be the sixth major PGA of America event conducted at Valhalla since 1996.
"This region has enthusiastically supported past PGA of America events, but selling out the Wanamaker Club in less than three weeks is unprecedented," said Championship Director Brett Sterba. "The Wanamaker Club is a fixed-size structure, so to allow the best experience possible for those with access, The PGA sold only 10,000 weekly tickets.
Sterba stressed that daily grounds tickets for each day of the week, and weekly hospitality options for all four championship rounds are still available.
"We want to remind all those who registered for tickets that although the Wanamaker Club has sold out, the 2014 PGA Championship is not sold out," Sterba said. About the PGA Championship Since 1916, golf's premier professionals have been competing for the PGA Championship's Wanamaker Trophy. Past Champions span the greatest names of golf over 90 years, including: Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Davis Love III, Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson. The PGA Championship is one of the premier golf events conducted by The PGA of America, a list that includes the Ryder Cup, the Senior PGA Championship presented by Kitchenaid and the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, which brings together winners of golf's four major championships.
About The PGA of America Since its founding in 1916, The PGA of America has maintained a twofold mission: to establish and elevate the standards of the profession and to grow interest and participation in the game of golf. By establishing and elevating the standards of the golf profession through world-class education, career services, marketing and research programs, The PGA enables its professionals to maximize their performance in their respective career paths and showcases them as experts in the game and in the multi-billion dollar golf industry. By creating and delivering world-class championships and innovative programs, The PGA of America elevates the public's interest in the game, the desire to play more golf, and ensures accessibility to the game for everyone, everywhere. For more information, visit www.PGA.com.
About Valhalla Golf Club Valhalla Golf Club is one of only four sites in the nation -- joined by PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y.; and Laurel Valley Golf Club in Ligonier, Pa. -- to host the PGA Championship, the Ryder Cup and the Senior PGA Championship. Designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 1986, Valhalla Golf Club has established its reputation as one of the country's most dramatic golf stages. Named one of the top three new private golf courses in the U.S. in 1987, the first year it was eligible, Valhalla Golf Club remains the No. 1 ranked course in Kentucky and has its perch among Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Courses." For more information, visit www.valhallagolfclub.com.
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