How To Find Cheapest Tickets For 2021 PGA Championship At Kiawah Island

The PGA Championship returns to The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island for the first time since Rory McIlroy’s eight-stroke victory in 2012. Collin Morikawa looks to defend his first major win from last summer at TPC Harding Park.

The course is playing 7,849 yards, the course will play the longest of any major championship in PGA TOUR history. 

There are 156 players in the field this week, with the top 70 and ties making it to the weekend. As expected, all of the world’s top players will be in attendance seeking a win in 2021's second major.

Where To Buy 2021 PGA Championship Tickets

Tickets from the PGA are sold out, which means that the secondary market is the only way to get tickets. TicketIQ has Fee-Free PGA Championship tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.  All tickets available are ground GA tickets.

Once tickets are purchased, You will receive an email with a link to access your mobile tickets (from sender Save this email so you can easily access it later. Tickets can also be managed here via your ticket account or you can access the ticket account login via the PGA Championship App in May. Use of tickets is subject to the event's Terms & Conditions and compliance with the PGA’s Commitment to Health.

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How Much Are PGA Championship Tickets

For the 2021 PGA Championships at in Kiawah Island start at around $50 for the practice round Tuesday and Wednesday, with ticket prices ramping up from there. Thursday passes start at $140, Friday passes start at $211, Saturday passes at $292 with Sunday final round starting at $265.

PGA Championship 2021 Attendance Policy

In all, 10,000 fans will be allowed in the gates at Kiawah in May, which is a lot more than we have seen at recent events. In Hawaii, there were a handful at the first event of the year on the PGA Tour. In California, there were none. At the Phoenix Open, there were around 5,000 fans per day.

No cash will be accepted, and spectators will need their phone so vendors can scan tickets. There will be phone charging stations spread out around the golf course.

Only bags smaller than 10 inches are allowed inside.

PGA Championship COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

Face Coverings
Face coverings will be recommended outdoors for all spectators and volunteers (ages 2 and up). Face coverings will be required indoors and on shuttle buses. The PGA Shops and all hospitality venues on-site are considered outdoors. Please bring your own face coverings. 

All face coverings (whether disposable or reusable) must:

  • Be made with at least 2 layers of breathable material
  • Fully cover the nose and mouth and secure under the chin
  • Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
  • Be secured with ties or ear loops and allow you to remain hands-free
  • At this time, based on guidance from health authorities, face shields, open-chin triangle bandanas and face coverings containing valves, mesh material or holes of any kind are not acceptable face coverings.

Face coverings will be available for those who do not bring their own.

Social Distancing
All spectators, staff, and volunteers are expected to maintain appropriate social distancing at the Championship. While on-site, pay attention to visual and verbal indications for capacity, directional flow, and viewing area guidelines. Spectators should avoid others who are not a part of their group by at least six feet.

COVID-19 Screening
Prior to boarding any PGA-operated shuttle or gaining access on-site, spectators will be subject to a health screening. Anyone experiencing or exhibiting symptoms will not be permitted on-site and will be directed to behave according to CDC and MUSC Health guidelines. Anyone feeling ill or displaying COVID-19 symptoms should stay home.

Signage & Guidelines
Attendees will notice increased health and wellness signage throughout the grounds, as well as visual and verbal reminders of responsible behavior. Failure to comply with any posted or verbal guidelines may result in consequential action, including expulsion from the Championship grounds.

For the health and well-being of all spectators on-site, no grandstands will be constructed. 

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