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Farmers Insurance Open TicketsAbout the PGA Tour
Located in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL the organizer of the main professional golf tours played in North America is the PGA (Professional Golfers Association). Created in 1975, The PGA organizes most of the events on the annual series of most of the golf tournaments for the tournament series: PGA Tour, PGA Champions Tour (golfers age 50 and older), Tour, PGA Tour Canada, PGA Tour Latinoamérica, and PGA Tour China. 

The PGA Tour was established by the Professional Golfers' Association of America, to represent the group of professional tour players, and separated them from golf club professionals. PGA of America represents the golf club professionals.

The PGA runs most of the week-to-week professional golf events on the tournament known as the PGA Tour, including well attendee The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass. Other events the PGA resides over are the end of season FedEx Cup, Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club at year’s end, and the Presidents Cup. See your favorite golf tournament this year by checking out the PGA Tour schedule above and buying your golf tickets right here on this site.

Other Notable PGA Golf Tournaments
PGA Tour: Sony Open Waialae CC; Honolulu, HI
PGA Tour: CareerBuilder Challenge PGA West, La Quinta CC; La Quinta, CA
PGA Tour: Farmers Insurance Open Torrey Pines GC (South, North); San Diego, CA
PGA Tour: Waste Management Phoenix Open TPC Scottsdale; Scottsdale, AZ
PGA Tour: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Pebble Beach; Spyglass Hill, Monterey Peninsula CC; Pebble Beach, CA
PGA Tour: Genesis Open Riviera CC; Los Angeles, CA
PGA Tour: Honda Classic PGA National (Champion GC); Palm Beach Gardens, FL
PGA Tour: Valspar Championship Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead); Palm Harbor, FL
PGA Tour: Arnold Palmer Invitational Bay Hill Golf Club and Lodge; Orlando, FL
PGA Tour: WGC-Dell Match Play Austin CC; Austin, TX
PGA Tour: Shell Houston Open Golf Club of Houston (Tournament Course); Humble, TX
PGA Tour: Masters Augusta National GC; Augusta, GA
PGA Tour: RBC Heritage Harbour Town GL; Hilton Head Island, SC
PGA Tour: Valero Texas Open TPC San Antonio (AT&T Oaks Course); San Antonio, TX
PGA Tour: Zurich Classic of New Orleans TPC Louisiana; Avondale, LA
PGA Tour: Wells Fargo Championship Eagle Point GC; Wilmington, N.C.
PGA Tour: The Players Championship TPC Sawgrass (Stadium Course); Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
PGA Tour: AT&T Byron Nelson TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas; Irving, Texas
PGA Tour: Dean & DeLuca Invitational Colonial CC; Fort Worth, TX
PGA Tour: Memorial Tournament Muirfield Village GC; Dublin, OH
PGA Tour: FedEx St. Jude Classic TPC Southwind; Memphis, TN
PGA Tour: U.S. Open, Erin Hills; Hartford, WI
PGA Tour: Travelers Championship TPC River Highlands; Cromwell, CT
PGA Tour: Quicken Loans National TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm; Potomac, MD
PGA Tour: The Greenbrier Classic The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV

PGA Tour: John Deere Classic TPC Deere Run; Silvis IL
PGA Tour: British Open Royal Birkdale GC; Southport, England
PGA Tour: RBC Canadian Open Glen Abbey GC; Oakville, ONT
PGA Tour: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Firestone CC (South Course); Akron, OH
PGA Tour: Barracuda Championship Montreux Golf and CC; Reno, NV
PGA of America: PGA Championship Quail Hollow Club; Charlotte, NC
PGA Tour: The Northern Trust Glen Oaks GC; Old Westbury, N.Y.
PGA Tour: Deutsche Bank Championship TPC Boston; Norton, MA
PGA Tour: BMW Championship Conway Farms GC; Lake Forest, IL
PGA Tour: Tour Championship East Lake GC; Atlanta, GA
PGA Tour: Presidents Cup Liberty National GC; Jersey City, NJ

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