Another major week is upon us, the world’s best golfers are headed to Bethpage, New York, to battle it out for the Wanamaker Trophy at the PGA Championship – but how do you get tickets to the PGA Championship?

Having hosted, among others, two US Opens, the Barclays and will hold the Ryder Cup in 2024, the venue is no stranger to large crowds and great golf.

But, what is the score with tickets? How can you get to the PGA Championship?

Below we have all the details you need to find out how to nab yourself a ticket for one of golf’s most anticipated weeks.

How do you get tickets to the PGA Championship?

As has been proved several times over the years, getting a ticket for the Masters is virtually impossible, but the PGA Championship offers a more realistic chance of witnessing major history.

As with every major championship, you are spoilt for choice with ticket options, there really is one to suit all.

Tickets for tournament days will set you back around £90.

If you’d prefer to go to the practice days in hope of getting a bit more up close and personal with the players, then ground passes for Bethpage will cost you roughly £30.

If you’re feeling particularly flush, the Wanamaker Club ticket package will take the best part of £600 from your bank account,

But what is the Wanamaker Club, we hear you ask. They say it is “a climate-controlled venue located right of the 1st hole, featuring a sports bar atmosphere, upgraded food and beverage selections for purchase, executive restrooms, flat screen televisions and JumboTrons, and a large patio overlooking the 1st fairway and green”.

You had us at “executive restrooms”.

This option will, of course, also provide grounds passes for the entire week.

Come on, how do you get tickets to the PGA Championship?

You can buy tickets through the PGA website or Prime Sport.

For those of us not lucky enough to be heading to New York, we have you covered. Keep up to date with all the action on our dedicated PGA Championship website and Twitter page, and watch the drama unfold on TV.