Special offerings include 1915 Club and Clocktower Club hospitality options

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. (Dec. 6, 2022) – Tickets and a special holiday ticket option for the 2023 BMW Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club are now available. Fans should visit bmwchampionship.com to secure their tickets for the 2023 BMW Championship, the penultimate event of the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup Playoffs, to be held August 15-20.

Excitement is high as the best players on the PGA TOUR near a return to the Chicagoland area, and tickets are expected to sell quickly. In addition to a special holiday ticket option, Grounds, upgraded Trophy Club and other top-tier hospitality venue tickets are available in limited quantities. A select number of corporate hospitality offerings are also available.

“From avid golf fans to those just looking to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience with their friends or family this summer, we offer a ticket option for everyone,” said Vince Pellegrino, WGA Senior Vice President of Tournaments. “We recommend that anyone planning to attend the 2023 BMW Championship purchase their tickets early.”

The BMW Championship will feature the top 50 players in the FedExCup Playoffs vying to earn one of 30 spots in the season-ending TOUR Championship and the chance to be crowned FedExCup champion. Past BMW Championship winners include Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Tiger Woods and Jon Rahm, who won the 2020 event at Olympia Fields by making a 66-foot birdie putt on the 73rd hole.

All proceeds from the 2023 BMW Championship will benefit the Evans Scholars Foundation and its mission of awarding full tuition and housing college scholarships to deserving youth caddies. Since 2007, the event has raised more than $44 million for caddie scholarships.

Holiday Ticket Option

An exclusive holiday ticket option for the 2023 BMW Championship is available now through Dec. 31, 2022. For this limited time only, Any-Day Grounds tickets are $85 and are valid for any one championship round, Thursday through Sunday. While Any-Day Grounds tickets – the BMW Championship’s most flexible ticket option – will not be available after the end of December, fans can choose from other exciting ticket options like:

Trophy Club
With panoramic views, ample stadium-style seating and a climate-controlled interior, the Trophy Club brings a sports bar atmosphere to Olympia Fields’ 18th hole. Tickets range from $50 during the practice rounds to $165 on the weekend and grant fans access to a venue with food and drink available for purchase.

The Island
The Island is a golf oasis, offering a front-row seat on the par-3 sixth hole and spectacular views of holes three, five, seven and 15. Patrons can watch the action from stadium-style seating while enjoying premium amenities like beer, seltzer, wine, soft drinks, and dry snacks, which are included in the $295 ticket price. A shaded, full bar also offers cocktails for purchase.

The Clocktower Club
A nod to Olympia Fields’ iconic clubhouse, the Clocktower Club is a fully covered venue with incredible views of the ninth green. For $425 per ticket, fans will enjoy stadium-style seating and a premium buffet along with beer, seltzer, and soft drinks. A shaded, full bar also offers cocktails available for purchase. Patrons will receive one complimentary parking pass with every two tickets purchased.

1915 Club
The 1915 Club is an all-inclusive hospitality venue, providing patrons with exclusive clubhouse access and unparalleled views of the 17th and 18th holes from atop the Olympian Village. Enjoy a premium bar and restaurant-quality food and beverage service inside the Olympia Fields clubhouse. A complimentary parking pass is included with every two tickets purchased, with exclusive VIP shuttle service to and from the clubhouse.

All patrons, including children, must have a ticket to access the 1915 Club, the Clocktower Club, the Trophy Club, and The Island.


About the BMW Championship
The BMW Championship dates back to 1899 when it debuted as the Western Open, making it the third oldest tournament on the PGA TOUR schedule, behind only the British Open and U.S. Open. BMW has sponsored the tournament since 2007 when it became the penultimate event of the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup Playoffs. The BMW Championship features a field of the top 50 players in the FedExCup standings to determine the final 30 players for the FedExCup final at the TOUR Championship in Atlanta. Since 2007, the BMW Championship has contributed more than $44 million to the Evans Scholars Foundation, the event’s charitable beneficiary. To learn more, visit www.bmwchampionship.com.

About Olympia Fields
Olympia Fields Country Club, founded in 1915 in Olympia Fields, Illinois, is home to two nationally acclaimed courses, the North Course and the South Course. The BMW Championship will be contested on the nationally ranked North Course, designed in 1923 by Scottish native Willie Park Jr., who won the Open Championship in 1887 and 1889 and is considered the grandfather of inland golf design. Park’s work as a golf course architect includes more than 100 courses worldwide, with the North Course at Olympia Fields often regarded as Park’s greatest achievement.The North Course has been ranked continually by Golf Digest as one of America’s “Top 100 Greatest Courses,” currently at No. 88 among all golf courses in the United States. The North Course is also ranked No. 47 on Golfweek’s 2020 list of “Best Classic Courses.” Rickie Fowler and Vijay Singh share the course record of 63.

About the Western Golf Association
The Western Golf Association conducts six national golf championships and sponsors the nationally acclaimed Evans Scholars Foundation. Headquartered in Glenview, Illinois, the organization was founded in 1899 by 11 Chicago-area golf clubs to promote their interests in golf. In addition to the BMW Championship on the PGA TOUR and the NV5 Invitational presented by Old National Bank on the Korn Ferry Tour, the WGA conducts four prestigious amateur championships, the Western Amateur, the Western Junior, and the Women’s Western Golf Association’s Amateur and Junior championships.

About the Evans Scholars Foundation
Established by the WGA and famed amateur golfer Charles Chick Evans Jr., the Evans Scholars Foundation provides full housing and tuition scholarships to high-achieving caddies across the country. Currently, a record 1,100 caddies are enrolled in 22 universities across the nation as Evans Scholars. The Program, which is supported by the WGA, is funded by contributions from more than 36,000 Par Club members, including Evans Scholars Alumni, as well as proceeds from the BMW Championship. Since the Program’s inception in 1930, more than 11,815 caddies nationwide have graduated as Evans Scholars. To learn more, visit www.wgaesf.org.


About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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