Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship in 2005, the last time the event was held at Baltusrol.
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By Brendan Mohler
Monday, September 21, 2015

If you're a golf fan in or around New York City, or planning to be in the area during the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol, don't waste any more before you get your tickets for the event.

A limited number of tickets are already available via PGAChampionship.com; the cheapest are $25 daily grounds passes for Monday’s practice round with Sunday tickets priced at $115. Wanamaker Club tickets cost $575 and include access to the grounds all seven days and access to Wanamaker Club amenities including AC, televisions, outdoor patio, restrooms and “upscale food and beverage options.”

The final major of the season was last played on the Lower Course at Baltusrol in Springfield, N.J., in 2005, when Phil Mickelson won his second major championship by a stroke over Steve Elkington and Thomas Bjorn. The course has also hosted the U.S. Open, U.S. Women's Open and U.S. Amateur.

What will the dominating storyline be heading into Baltusrol next summer? Will Jordan Spieth have another shot at a Grand Slam? Or maybe Jason Day will be the favorite to defend his title from Whistling Straits? How about Rory McIlroy, who could join Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen as three-time PGA Championship winners next year? Who knows, but don't miss your chance for a ticket.

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