The City of Charlotte is about to host it’s first ever PGA Championship at the Quail Hollow Club – becoming only the third golf course in the North Carolina’s history to host the season’s biggest event.
It will start on Monday, August 7th, 2017 and go through Sunday, August 13th, 2017. Tickets are now on sale on TicketNetwork.com, starting at $8 for the practice rounds on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and $85 for the championship rounds on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Weekly passes are also now available for $688.
The 99th PGA Championship will be a crowning achievement for Quail Hollow after 5 decades of hosting tours. The club first started hosting prominent golf tours in 1969 including; the Kemper Open (1969-79); the World Seniors Invitational (1980-89); and the Quail Hollow Championship (formerly the Wachovia Championship), which began in 2003.
Quail Hollow Club will join Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (1936) and Tanglewood Golf Club of Winston-Salem (1974) as the only North Carolina venues to host a PGA Championship.
“It is with great pleasure that we bring the PGA Championship back to North Carolina, and to make our first visit to Quail Hollow Club, a venue and a community that has demonstrated its skill in hosting premier golf. In 2017, the PGA Championship will once again attract golf’s finest players worldwide to compete at a course well respected among the best players in the game and challenge for the Wanamaker Trophy.” commented PGA of America President Jim Remy.