The PGA Championship is considered to be one of the four major tournaments in professional Golf. One can find information concerning the championship on the US PGA official website.
No one gets into the PGA Championship free...including the players.
An individual can find information regarding the European PGA Tour on TV news and sports shows, in newspapers and sports magazines and online from sports sites such as GolfChannel, YahooSports and ESPN. One can also find European PGA Tour information available on the official website, EuropeanTour.
A major is one of the bigger tournaments of the year. There is The Masters, The US Open, The Open Championship, and The PGA Championship.
Yes, The Open Championship is classed as a PGA Tour event. And yes, it is one of the 4 mens majors.
More information about the WWE championship can, of course, be found on the WWE website. They have the complete title history of the WWE. Wikipedia also has information about the championship with additional reference information for further research.
Q School is the qualifying school for the PGA and LPGA professional golf tours. Information is available on Wikipedia and the website WelUnderpar as well as in the periodical Golf Digest and directly through the PGA organization.
Tom Watson won it in 1987 when it was known as The Nabisco Championship. But Craig Stadler won it in 1991 when it was known as The Tour Championship. To improve on the answer to this question, we have to clarify the question. The PGA of America runs the PGA Championship which is the final of four "major" championships held each year. The PGA Tour Championship does not exist. There is, however, a PGA Tour Player's Championship. It was formerly known as "The Nabisco" which was won in 1987 by Tom Watson. The first ever PGA Championship was played in 1916 and was won by Jim Barnes. Jim won $500. Lastly, if the questioner meant, "who won the first ever PGA Tour event?", that would be a tuff one to answer. The PGA was formed in 1968 when some of the touring players broke off from the PGA of America to create their own association. Since that happened mid-season, I can't answer specifically. But I do know that Lee Trevino won his first Major Championship, The U.S. Open...and Roberto De Vicenzo lost his only Major, The Masters, by signing an incorrect score card...and Julius Boros won The PGA Championship in my home town of San Antonio, Texas, at the Pecan Valley Golf Club (my dad took me to see it), all in 1968.
A "PGA tournament" is any tournament on the PGA Tour while the Masters is a specific single tournament.That said, the PGA Championship is a single event which is often referred to as "The PGA Tournament". The PGA Championship is played at a different site in the US from year to year - although several courses have hosted the Championship more than once. Some of the courses have been private clubs while others have been public clubs. The Masters is ALWAYS played at Augusta National Golf Club, a private club. Membership at Augusta National Golf Club is strictly by invitation; there is no application process.Both tournaments are by invitation only, but the PGA does not explicitly invite any amateurs while the Masters invites both professionals and winners of amateur tornaments. The only way for an amateur to guarantee an invitation to the PGA Championship would be to win one of the other PGA majors - i.e. the Masters, the US Open, or the Open Championship. Realistically, if an amateur were to win the British Open they would probably also garner an invitation to the PGA Championship.
The best source for information on the UK Football Championship Table is the BBC website. The sports section of the site provides information on this tournament.
There are a number of great options for one to view details on the ACC Championship. One can find a wealth of information from the ACC website as well as on the Wikipedia website.
The first championship was held in 1998 after the end of the college football season and is now considered the Super Bowl of college football. More information can be obtained from ESPN College Football, Prime Sport, or Bowl Championship Series.
It would be one of the four Men's Professional Majors - The Masters, The US Open, The Open or the PGA Championship.