PGA of America chief executive officer Peter Bevacqua told reporters on Wednesday that there are no plans to move the 2017 PGA Championship from Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte. However, he didn’t rule out the possibility of moving the tournament if North Carolina’s House Bill 2 isn’t repealed.
PGA of America chief executive officer Peter Bevacqua told reporters on Wednesday that there are no plans to move the 2017 PGA Championship from Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte. However, he didn’t rule out the possibility of moving the tournament if North Carolina’s House Bill 2 isn’t repealed. Scott Halleran Getty Images
PGA of America chief executive officer Peter Bevacqua told reporters on Wednesday that there are no plans to move the 2017 PGA Championship from Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte. However, he didn’t rule out the possibility of moving the tournament if North Carolina’s House Bill 2 isn’t repealed. Scott Halleran Getty Images

2017 PGA Championship appears safe, but HB2 could imperil future events in NC

July 27, 2016 03:45 PM