The second “Tiger-less” major of the golf season starts next week and the buzz around the PGA Championship isn’t much louder than a regular PGA tour golf tournament. The 2008 PGA Championship is being played at historic Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The suburban Detroit golf course will be packed with golf fans for the tournament, but the demand for tickets is way off where it would if one Mr. Eldrick “Tiger” Woods was in the field.
With demand down, this might be a perfect chance to catch some of the best golfers in the World at a major tournament. We are offering Monday Practice Round grounds passes for as low as $5.00 per ticket, a price that you will almost never see at any golf major.
Schedule for the 2008 PGA Championship Golf Tournament:
Monday, Aug 4 – Practice Round
Tuesday, Aug 5 – Practice Round
Wednesday, Aug 6 – Practice Round
Thursday, Aug 7 – Tournament Day
Friday, Aug 8 – Tournament Day
Saturday, Aug 9 – Tournament Day
Sunday, Aug 10 – Tournament Day
Oakland Hills is a phenomenal golf course that has hosted two PGA Championship’s prior to the 2008 tournament. Oakland Hills hosted the 1972 and 1979 PGA Championships; it also has hosted five US Open Tournaments and two US Senior Opens and was the site of the 2004 Ryder Cup matches. If you live in the area pickup a couple of cheap tickets and get out to see the best golfers compete at Oakland Hills Country Club.