PGA Professional Championship returns to Florida in 2021

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida, will host the 2021 PGA Professional Championship, the world’s largest all-professional event, on its Wanamaker (primary) and Ryder Courses.
The 54th PGA Professional Championship will be conducted in the spring of 2021, with all four rounds to be broadcast live on the Golf Channel. The Championship is presented by Club Car and OMEGA.
This will be the seventh playing of the Championship in the state of Florida, first since 1993.
“The PGA of America is excited to bring the 2021 PGA Professional Championship to PGA Golf Club and Florida's Treasure Coast,” said PGA President Suzy Whaley. “The Wanamaker and Ryder Courses have every element required to host a memorable national championship and challenge an exceptionally talented field of 312 PGA professionals. This announcement reflects the PGA of America's long-term commitment to PGA Golf Club and the Port St. Lucie community.”
The PGA Professional Championship field is comprised of players who advance from the 41 PGA Section Championships, along with past champions. The low 20 scorers at PGA Golf Club will earn a berth in the 2021 PGA Championship at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Beginning in 2019, the PGA Professional Championship will be played in April as a result of new competition dates for the PGA Championship. The 2019 PGA Professional Championship will be conducted April 28-May 1, at Belfair in Bluffton, South Carolina.
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SOURCE: PGA of America