The Arnold Palmer Invitational is one of the top professional golf tournaments in the world. The Arnold Palmer is on the PGA Tour and is played at Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Bay Hill, Florida. The tournament was previously known as the Bay Hill Classic, the Hertz Bay Hill Classic, the Nestle Invitational, and the Bay Hill Invitational. The tournament has been known as the Arnold Palmer Invitational since 2007. The Arnold Palmer is one of five tournaments on the PGA Tour that are given invitational status. Being an invitational allows the Arnold Palmer to limit the number of participants from the typical 150+ to 120, which means that every stroke is more meaningful, and the talent is always the top in the world. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Arnold Palmer Invitational Tickets.
2016 Arnold Palmer Invitational Preview
The 2015 Arnold Palmer Invitational is set to take place from March 19th – March 22nd, 2015. As always, the tournament will be played at Bay Hill Club and Lodge which is owned and operated by Arnold Palmer, the legendary golf professional and namesake of the tournament. The 2014 Champion, Matt Every will look to make it two in a row at the Arnold Palmer, and take home his 2nd PGA Tour victory. Every will face stiff competition from other top golfers like Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, and J.B. Holmes. The 2015 Arnold Palmer Invitational will be one of the top events on the PGA Tour and will feature of the PGA’s top players.
- Thursday, March 17 - Competition - Round 1
- Friday, March 28 - Competition - Round 2
- Saturday, March 19 - Competition - Round 3
- Sunday, March 20 - Competition - Round 4
Arnold Palmer Invitational Event Guide
What day should I purchase tickets for?
Choosing which day of action to see at a golf tournament can be hard. An all sessions pass will let you witness every second of action at the Arnold Palmer. If you can only choose one day, the opening round of competition is always full of new energy and excitement, while a ticket to the final day will let you see a player be named champion
Who will be in the field for the Arnold Palmer Invitational?
Many of the PGA tour’s top players are in the field every year, and some of golf’s best have been crowned champion. Just a few of the big names to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational are Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, and Arnold Palmer himself