TPC Harding Park: Host of the 2020 PGA Championship
The PGA Championship in 2020 will mark the first major championship to be held at a TPC property and the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco. Learn how you can become involved in the PGA Championship from volunteer opportunities to corporate hospitality.
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In 2020, the PGA Championship – perennially featuring golf’s strongest and deepest international lineup of any major championship – will make its fifth appearance in California, following Hillcrest Country Club (1929), Pebble Beach Golf Links (1977) and Riviera Country Club (1983, ’95). TPC Harding Park will be the fourth municipally-owned golf course to host the PGA Championship. The PGA Championship was conducted at a municipal golf facility in 1932 (Keller Golf Course – St. Paul, Minnesota), 1954 (Keller Golf Course – St. Paul, Minnesota), 1974 (Tanglewood Golf Course – Clemmons, North Carolina) and 2019 (Bethpage State Park (Black) – Farmingdale, New York).
The PGA Championship is one of four premier golf events conducted by the PGA of America. Others include the Ryder Cup, the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.