Next scheduled events for each professional golf tour worldwide…

With the professional golf schedule thrown into disarray by the coronavirus outbreak, we take a look at when you could see the world’s best golfers back in competitive action.

Golf around the globe came to a standstill because of the Covid-19 pandemic, with no events on any of golf’s major tours for over two months and many still a long way from returning.

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Here’s a look at when each Tour is scheduled to return (details correct as of May 28)…


Majors: PGA Championship, TPC Harding Park, San Francisco – August 6-9

European Tour: British Masters, Close House, Northumberland – July 22-25

PGA Tour: Charles Schwab Challenge, Colonial Country Club, Texas – June 11-14

Asian Tour: Shinhan Donghae Open – September 10-13

Sunshine Tour: Sunshine Tour Challenge – August 5-7

PGA Tour of Australasia: NT PGA Championship, Palmerston Golf Club, Australia – August 20-23

European Challenge Tour: Euram Bank Open, Austria – July 16-19

Korn Ferry Tour: Korn Ferry Challenge, TPC Sawgrass – Dye’s Valley Course, Florida – June 11-14

Mackenzie Tour: ATB Financial Classic, Country Hills GC, Calgary – August 6-9

PGA Tour LatinoAmerica: Brazil event one – August 20-23

Senior Men

Majors: Senior Players Championship, Firestone Country Club – August 13-16

Staysure Tour: Farmoods European Legends Links Championship – Trevose G&CC, Padstow, England – TBC

PGA Tour Champions: The Ally Challenge, Warwick Hills G&CC, Grand Blanc, Michigan – July 31-August 2


Majors: Evian Championship, France – August 6-9

Ladies European Tour: Evian Championship, France – August 6-9

LPGA Tour: Marathon Classic, Ohio – July 23-26

LET Access Series: GolfUppsala Open 2020, Sweden – July 23-25

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