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PGA Tour 2K23 Season 4 Brings Pro Nelly Korda to the Roster

PGA Tour 2K23 Nelly Korda

Season 4 of PGA Tour 2K23’s Clubhouse Pass launches this Friday, 9th June. With it comes a new set of daily and weekly events, a special Topgolf event and new equipment from Titleist and FootJoy. Clubhouse Pass season 4 will last for ten weeks, with new events and content rolling out regularly over that period. There are some highlights worth looking forward to, too, like the addition of Nelly Korda to the roster of players.

The first notable event coming to season 4 is “Come Play Around”. Kicking off on Monday 26th June and lasting two weeks, it invites players of PGA Tour 2K23 to play a cumulative 50,000 rounds of golf. Everyone’s score will be added up for a final, collective result. Everyone who takes part will be able to earn in-game rewards.

Between 15th and 18th June, players will also be able to compete in the “Red Jacket Society” event in order to earn themselves a highly coveted 2K red jacket.

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Perhaps the highlight of PGA Tour 2K23’s season 4, though, is the addition of Olympic gold medalist Nelly Korda to the game. From 7th July, players will be able to step into Korda’s shoes and play through the game as her. In real life, Korda’s set to compete at Pebble Beach Golf Links in July, and so you’ll be able to take on the event as her yourself.

What is PGA Tour 2K23 Clubhouse Pass?

Every player who owns PGA Tour 2K23 has access to the Standard Clubhouse Pass. This allows players to unlock 10 free items every season by completing in clubhouse events each season.

However, there are also Premium and Premium Plus tiers of the Clubhouse Pass available, priced at $9.99 and $19.99 respectively. Both allow all 50 premium awards to be unlocked – and if you have the Premium Plus option, you’ll get the first 20 without needing to work to unlock them.

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