The PGA Tour is the organizer of the main professional golf tours played by men in the United States and North America. It organizes most of the events on the flagship PGA Tour, as well as the Champions Tour and the Web.com Tour, and drafts off the success of those events to stage its regular tournaments. The PGA Tour is a membership organization whose self-stated mission is to " grow the game of golf." The tour's structure has undergone several changes throughout its history. The PGA Tour operates primarily on a schedule of weekly tournaments during the playing season in spring and summer, followed by the FedEx Cup playoffs in September and October. Most of that season's events end with a tour championship, typically to be played at about the same time as the Ryder Cup. The PGA Tour's organizational structure includes a board of directors, an executive staff, and a tournaments committee. The board of directors consists of 26 members, most of whom are PGA Tour professionals; the president, chief operating officer, and commissioner are not. The executive staff oversees the day-to-day operation of the tour on behalf of the board of directors, while the tournaments committee oversees competition and prizing for all events on the three tours. It is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, a suburb of Jacksonville. In 2014, its events were broadcast to 224 countries and territories, reaching an estimated 1.5 billion people. The PGA Tour's 2018–19 season begins in October and ends in August. The PGA Tour has several different levels of membership. The most common membership is the non-exempt level, which allows players to compete in most of the tour's events. There are also levels for exempt players, who have more career earnings and privileges, and senior members, who are 50 and older. There is also a section for PGA Tour members who have been suspended for violating the tour's code of conduct. The tour's competition structure is divided into several different tournaments, each with its eligibility requirements. The four main tournaments are the Masters' Tournament, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship. The Masters is played at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia and is the only one of the four majors that are always played at the same course. The other three majors rotate among different courses each year. The FedEx Cup is the PGA Tour's postseason tournament, which consists of four events: The Barclays, the Deutsche Bank Championship, the BMW Championship, and the Tour Championship. The FedEx Cup is contested by the top 125 players on the PGA Tour's regular season points list, with the winner receiving a $10 million bonus. The PGA Tour also stages several other events throughout the year, including The Players Championship, which is considered one of the tour's most prestigious events. Other notable events include the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the Memorial Tournament, and the Travelers Championship. Looking for PGA tickets? You've come to the right place! At Yadara, we specialize in providing cheap PGA tickets so you can enjoy all the action without breaking the bank. Whether you're a diehard fan or simply looking to soak up the unique atmosphere of a PGA tournament, we've got you covered. With our massive selection of PGA tickets, we're sure to have something that meets your needs and budget. So what are you waiting for? Buy PGA tickets today and enjoy all the thrills and excitement of professional golf! For more ticket information, visit our website at Yadara.com.