Registration is now open for spectators interested in purchasing tickets to the 2023 PGA Championship, to be played May 15-21, 2023, at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York.

Registration is now open for spectators interested in purchasing tickets to the 2023 PGA Championship, to be played May 15-21, 2023, at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York.

Those interested in purchasing tickets or learning more about the 2023 PGA Championship should visit The PGA Ticket Registry will remain open through 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 5, 2022.

This will be the fourth PGA Championship contested at Oak Hill, which was designed by Donald Ross in 1925. The 2023 PGA Championship will serve as a coming-out party for the East Course, which was recently restored by Andrew Green to more closely follow Ross’ initial vision. The course features three new holes—Nos. 5, 6 and 15—as well as new greens and bunkers throughout in line with Ross’ initial drawings.

“It’s again time to celebrate Major Championship golf on one of golf’s grandest stages, the revamped East Course at Oak Hill Country Club,” said Barry Deach, Championship Director of the 2023 PGA Championship. “For more than 40 years, Oak Hill, the Greater Rochester community and the knowledgeable golf aficionados of Western New York have served as warm and hospitable hosts for memorable PGA Championships. Our early projections for 2023 are very encouraging and the anticipation is mounting, so we want to outline the details of this new process.”

In response to growing popularity and interest, 2023 PGA Championship tickets will be sold exclusively through a free, no-obligation, online registration process (PGA Ticket Registry). Those interested in registering are asked to provide their name, email address and zip code. Limit one registration per individual and unique email address.

Those in the PGA Ticket Registry are able to hold their place in line for an opportunity to purchase tickets – first-come, first-served – when they go on sale in June 2022. Although registration does not guarantee access to purchase any or all ticket types, participation in the PGA Ticket Registry will provide individuals with the best opportunity to be there in person.

As purchase windows approach, registrants will receive direct communications on how to access and purchase available tickets from Opening Monday to Championship Sunday. These communications will detail the various ticket types, pricing and programming available. To honor the men and women who serve our country in the Armed Forces, the 2023 PGA Championship is pleased to offer Active Duty, Retirees, Reserve, National Guard, and their accompanying guest (limit one) complimentary daily grounds access to the Championship, regardless of a sell-out. Beginning December 2022, qualifying individuals should visit to submit a copy of their Military ID or service verification in exchange for daily admission.

Once again, the 2023 PGA Championship will offer complimentary admission for up to four juniors 17 years of age and younger when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Junior tickets may be picked up onsite at the Admissions Office at the Championship main entrance on the day of admission and will be available regardless of a sellout.

Volunteer registration for the 2023 PGA Championship will open later this spring in advance of ticket sales. Volunteer positions are extremely limited and will be filled very quickly. To receive more information and be notified when Volunteer registration begins, go to

Oak Hill has been the site of many PGA Championship memories. Jack Nicklaus won the penultimate major of his legendary career by seven shots at Oak Hill in the 1980 PGA Championship. Nursing a one-shot lead at the 2003 PGA Championship, Shaun Micheel struck one of the greatest clinching shots in golf history when his 174-yard 7-iron on the 72nd hole left him with a two-inch, tap-in birdie. Most recently, Jason Dufner’s second-round 63 during the 2013 PGA Championship set the East Course record and the stage for the first major championship of his career.

Oak Hill was also the site of the 31st Ryder Cup in 1995, which Europe captured with a stunning final-day comeback, 14½ to 13½.

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