The 2020 PGA Championship Brings a New Era of Major Championship Golf to San Francisco
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The 2020 PGA Championship has come and gone, won by first-time winner Collin Morikawa, a California native and UC Berkeley grad. Future golf events will soon be coming to San Francisco. Stay tuned for updates!
The 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park marks the first of three major PGA championships coming to San Francisco over the next decade, with the 2028 PGA Championship and 2032 Ryder Cup to follow at the Olympic Club.
The 102nd PGA Championship will be held without spectators, Monday, Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020.
For just the fifth time in golf history, the 2020 PGA Championship will be held at a municipal golf course, and will be the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco, and at a TPC property.
The PGA Championship perennially features golf's strongest and deepest international lineup. For more 2020 PGA Championship event information, click here.
The PGA is one of the world's largest sports organizations, with nearly 29,000 PGA Professionals who work to grow interest and participation in the game of golf. Since its inception in 1916, the PGA Championship has evolved into a premier global sporting event, with 156 players competing annually for one of golf’s most prized possessions, the Wanamaker Trophy.
The 2020 PGA Championship, the first in the PGA of America’s landmark 11-year media rights agreement with CBS and ESPN, will feature CBS Sports, ESPN, and ESPN+ combining to deliver an unprecedented amount of broadcast and digital coverage.
TPC Harding Park is located at Lake Merced in San Francisco. Owned by the City and County of San Francisco, Harding Park is an 18-hole championship golf course. It previously hosted the Presidents Cup in 2009; the Champions TOUR's Charles Schwab Cup in 2010, 2011, and 2012; and the World Golf Championship Cadillac Match Play in 2015.
For complete 2020 PGA Championship information, visit the event site here.