Your guide to the PGA Championship at Oak Hill
PITTSFORD, N.Y. – It’s a big week for the Rochester region.
Some of golf’s best players are in town to compete at the PGA Championship at Oak Hill.
And while they’re here, they’ll dine and stay and play in our area.
Lots of hard work has gone into preparing for this moment, with lots of beautification efforts both on and off the golf course.
News10NBC has a complete guide to the PGA Championship at Oak Hill here.
Monroe County expects the tournament to draw 200,000 visitors and bring nearly $200 million to the region. Tickets are sold out. If you’re planning to attend, here are important things to know:
- There is public parking at MCC and Rochester Tech Park, with shuttles running to the course throughout the day.
- There’s no daily readmission. If you leave, you can’t return.
- There will be Wi-Fi on site and portable phone chargers will be available for rent.
- There is a PGA Championship app you can download that features an interactive course map, daily pairings and the schedule.
- Don’t bring backpacks or large bags, laptops, coolers or oversized chairs. They are prohibited.
- Cameras are only allowed on-site during practice rounds and are not permitted on-site during championship rounds.
The last time Oak Hill hosted the PGA was in 2013, a tournament that Jason Dufner won with a score of 10 under par. The club has also hosted the U.S. Open and Ryder Cup.