The PGA Tour’s season finale just concluded, but it’s almost time to begin the 2022-23 season.
This will be the final year of the wraparound schedule that starts in the fall and ends in August. The PGA Tour will revert back to a calendar year format for the 2024 season, meaning there could be some schedule changes.
The ’22 fall slate is busy, with 12 events scheduled before the new year, including a Presidents Cup.The popular PNC Championship will also feature a slew of PGA Tour players, with Tiger Woods and his son, Charlie, likely in the field.
Here’s a breakdown of the fall series Tour schedule:
Fortinet Championship, Sept. 15-18
Max Homa reacts after the final round of the Fortinet Championship at Silverado Resort and Spa on Septe. 19, 2021 in Napa, California. (Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images)
Location: Napa, California
Course: Silverado Resort and Spa North Course
Defending champion: Max Homa
Previously the Frys.com Open and Safeway Open, the Fortinet Championship has been contested since 2007. In 2013, it became the opening event to the PGA Tour season.
Presidents Cup, Sept. 22-25
Quail Hollow Club’s 16th fairway during the second round of the Wells Fargo Championship. (Photo: Jim Dedmon/USA TODAY Sports)
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Course: Quail Hollow Club
Defending champion: United States
The Presidents Cup is back on American soil, heading to the normal site of the Wells Fargo Championship and the site of the 2017 PGA Championship. The Americans have won all but one of the past Presidents Cups.
Sanderson Farms Championship, Sept. 29-Oct. 2
A tee box markers at the Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson. (Photo: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports)
Location: Jackson, Mississippi
Course: The Country Club of Jackson
Defending champion: Sam Burns
The Sanderson Farms Championship has been a part of the PGA Tour schedule since 1968, and it has been in Jackson since 2014. The tournament used to be held as an opposite-field event and eventually moved to the fall.
Shriners Children's Open, Oct. 6-9
A view of the second hole of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 10, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Course: TPC Summerlin
Defending champion: Sungjae Im
When the tournament was created in 1983, it used to be five rounds and 90 holes, and it had the highest purse on Tour at $750,000. The format changed to 72 holes in 2004.
Zozo Championship, Oct. 13-16
Collin Morikawa and Keita Nakajima at the 2021 Zozo Championship at the Narashino Country Club in Japan. (Photo by STR/JIJI PRESS/AFP via Getty Images)
Location: Chiba, Japan
Course: Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club
Defending champion: Hideki Matsuyama
The Zozo Championship was created in 2019 as the first PGA Tour event in Japan, and it’s where Tiger Woods claimed his 82nd PGA Tour career victory. The Tour has a deal to continue the event through at least 2025.
The CJ Cup in South Carolina, Oct. 20-23
A view of signage during the final round of the CJ Cup. (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
Location: Ridgeland, South Carolina
Course: Congaree Golf Club
Defending champion: Rory McIlroy
The event was created in 2017 and hosted in South Korea, but COVID forced the tournament back to the United States the past three years. Congaree hosted the Palmetto Championship in 2021, which replaced the RBC Canadian Open on the Tour’s schedule.
Butterfield Bermuda Championship, Oct. 27-30
The 16th hole at Port Royal Golf Course on October 29, 2021 in Southampton, Bermuda. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)
Location: Southampton, Bermuda
Course: Port Royal Golf Course
Defending champion: Lucas Herbert
The event debuted in 2019 as an alternate-field event to the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since the latter has been canceled the past three years because of COVID restrictions, the tournament was elevated to a full FedEx Cup points status event.
World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, Nov. 3-6
Justin Thomas during the third round of the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba on El Camaleon Golf Course in Playa del Carmen. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Location: Riviera Mayo, Mexico
Defending champion: Viktor Hovland
Another event that was originally an opposite-field event, the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba moved to the fall in 2013 as one of the primary events. Viktor Hovland has won the past two tournaments.
Cadence Bank Houston Open, Nov. 10-13
Tony Finau prepares to putt during the first round of the Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course on November 11, 2021 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
Course: Memorial Park Golf Course
Defending champion: Jason Kokrak
The event is one of the longest-running events on Tour, being established in 1946. It has been played at several courses in the Houston area. From 2007-18 (sans 2013), it was the final event before the Masters. It moved to the fall in 2019. Kokrak will not be back to defend since he left the PGA Tour to join the LIV Golf Series.
The RSM Classic, Nov. 17-20
A tee box marker seen on the 18th tee during the first round of the 2021 RSM Classic at Sea Island Golf Club in Sea Island, Georgia. (Photo: John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports)
Location: St. Simons Island, South Carolina
Course: Sea Island Golf Club (Seaside Course/Plantation Course)
Defending champion: Talor Gooch
Davis Love III and Zach Johnson created the event in 2010. Between 2015 and 2019 and in 2021-22, it is the final official PGA Tour event of the calendar year. Gooch will not be back to defend since he left the PGA Tour to join the LIV Golf Series.
Hero World Challenge, Dec. 1-4
Viktor Hovland, right, and Tiger Woods pose with the championship trophy at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club, in New Providence, Bahamas. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
Location: New Providence, Bahamas
Course: Albany Golf Club
Defending champion: Viktor Hovland
The tournament started in Jan. 2000 and was also contested in Dec. 2000, remaining at the end of the calendar year ever since. Tiger Woods hosts the tournament, which is a benefit for the Tiger Woods Foundation. The event is part of the PGA Tour schedule as an unofficial event, meaning it does not offer FedEx Cup points and money earned does not count towards the official money list.
QBE Shootout, Dec. 8-11
Jason Day tees off on the 9th hole during the QBE Shootout at the Tiburón Golf Club in Naples, Saturday, Dec.11, 2021.(Photo/Chris Tilley)
Location: Naples, Florida
Course: Tiburón Golf Club
Defending champion: Jason Kokrak and Kevin Na
The QBE Shootout is an unofficial team event that originally started in 1989. It was held in the offseason until moving to December in the wraparound schedule. It’s a three-day, 54 hole event. The first round is a scramble, second is modified alternate shot and final round is best ball. Kokrak and Na will not return since they left the PGA Tour to join the LIV Golf Series. Money earned does not count towards the PGA Tour’s official money list.
PNC Championship, Dec. 15-18
Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods during the final round of the PNC Championship at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Location: Orlando, Florida
Course: Ritz Carlton Golf Club Grande Lakes
Defending champion: John Daly and John Daly II
Formerly known as the Father/Son Challenge, the PNC Championship, listed on the PGA Tour Champions schedule, features a strong contingent of PGA Tour players. The field is 40 players in all, half of whom are professionals, on 20 teams playing a scramble format for 36 holes over two days. The 20 professionals in the field must have won a major (men’s or women’s) championship or the Players Championship in their careers. The professional’s partner must not currently hold a Tour card.
The golfers who chose to play on LIV are not only banned from playing on the PGA Tour, but their performances on LIV have also stopped counting for world ranking points. As a result, fewer LIV players have enough points to qualify for golf's most significant events, The Majors.Where are PGA tournaments in 2023? ›
|Jul 20 - 23||The Open Championship Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake|
|Jul 27 - 30||3M Open TPC Twin Cities, Blaine MN - USA|
|Aug 03 - 06||Wyndham Championship Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro NC - USA|
|Aug 10 - 13||FedEx St. Jude Championship TPC Southwind, Memphis TN - USA|
|AUG. 4-6||LIV GOLF GREENBRIER The Old White at The Greenbrier West Virginia, USA|
|AUG. 11-13||LIV GOLF BEDMINSTER Trump National Bedminster New Jersey, USA|
|SEPT. 22-24||LIV GOLF CHICAGO Rich Harvest Farms Illinois, USA|
|OCT. 20-22||LIV GOLF MIAMI Trump National Doral Florida, USA|
|Aug 3 - 6||Wyndham Championship Sedgefield Country Club - Greensboro, NC|
|Aug 10 - 13||FedEx St. Jude Championship TPC Southwind - Memphis, TN|
|Aug 17 - 20||BMW Championship Olympia Fields Country Club - Olympia Fields, IL|
|Aug 24 - 27||Tour Championship East Lake Golf Club - Atlanta, GA|
The golfers who chose to play on LIV are not only banned from playing on the PGA Tour, but their performances on LIV have also stopped counting for world ranking points. As a result, fewer LIV players have enough points to qualify for golf's most significant events, The Majors.Where are the PGA next 5 years? ›
|2030||Congressional Country Club||Bethesda, Maryland|
|2029||Baltusrol Golf Club||Springfield, New Jersey|
|2028||Olympic Club||San Francisco, California|
|2027||PGA Frisco||Frisco, Texas|
The 2023 PGA Championship was the 105th PGA Championship. It was a 72-hole stroke play tournament played on May 18–21 on the East Course of Oak Hill Country Club in Pittsford, New York.What does LIV Golf stand for? ›
LIV Golf (/lɪv/ LIV) is a professional golf tour. The name "LIV" refers to the Roman numerals for 54, the score if every hole on a par-72 course were birdied and the number of holes to be played at LIV events. The first LIV Golf Invitational Series event started on 9 June 2022, at the Centurion Club near London.Will LIV Golf go to 4 rounds? ›
LIV Golf is a 3 round, no cut, event while most PGA tour events are 4 rounds and a cut after 2 rounds.Will LIV Golf be televised? ›
The 2023 LIV Golf League continues with the next tournament at Real Club Valderrama in Andalucía, Spain (see full LIV schedule here): Each tournament consists of three rounds over three days, with Friday rounds streaming live exclusively on The CW App, free with no login.
So why is the PGA Tour merging with LIV? The two leagues ended up suing each other — but acrimony and lawsuits ultimately proved bad business for the PGA Tour, which made the calculated decision to endure the blowback of turning 180 degrees in exchange for a unified effort with its former rival.Is PGA and LIV Golf merging? ›
"This is NOT a 'merger,' " Tour golfer Michael Kim said on Twitter. He said the Tour "still controls how and where the money goes." Golf.com also posted a "public service announcement" on Twitter Wednesday that said, "The PGA Tour and DP World Tour did not merge with LIV Golf.Is the PGA moving to Texas? ›
PGA of America completes new headquarters at burgeoning 600-acre campus in Frisco, Texas.How much did Brooks Koepka get from LIV? ›
That pales in comparison to the $72 million he earned between May 1, 2022, and May 1, 2023, according to Forbes' calculations, thanks to the roughly $50 million up-front signing bonus Koepka received from LIV last summer.How much do LIV players get paid? ›
In addition to the 14 LIV Golf events, there are 11 international series, each boasting a $5 million purse. The individual winner of each event will take home $4 million, while the winning team adds $3 million - $750,000 per player. Last place, 48th, in the individual standings will still take home $120,000.Can LIV golfers play the Masters? ›
Despite the PGA Tour's decision, LIV golfers can still compete in golf's four majors — the Masters, the British Open, the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship — since the organizing bodies that stage them can set their own entry rules, as Front Office Sports previously reported.Where is PGA 2024? ›
Excitement is high for the PGA Championship's return to Louisville, Kentucky with a new generation of players headlining golf's strongest international field. Registration provides you with the best chance to access tickets for the 2024 PGA Championship.Where is PGA 2025? ›
2025 - Quail Hollow Golf Club
|2024||PGA Championship||Kentucky, America|
|2024||US Open||North Carolina, America|
|2024||The Open (more info)||Scotland|
|2025||The Masters||Georgia America|
LIV Golf players allowed into PGA Championship; LIV members eligible for all four majors in 2023. LIV Golf players will be able to compete at all four men's majors in 2023.
Due to these restrictions, ticket prices for the 2023 tournament are expected to be significantly higher. Prices for general admission tickets start at $125 on Monday, June 12th, and gradually increase for subsequent rounds, with prices reaching $300 for the third round and $290 for the final round on Sunday.How many Liv players are in the PGA Championship? ›
— LIV golfers are having another solid showing at a major. Of the 16 golfers from the Saudi-backed league playing in the PGA Championship, 11 made the cut, which is one fewer than the Masters.How much did Phil Mickelson get from LIV? ›
The exact details around Mickelson's LIV Golf contract were never revealed, but reports indicate that the six-time major winner received about $200 million to leave the PGA Tour and join the upstart league.How much did LIV offer Tiger? ›
Tiger Woods - $700-$800m
There have been plenty of reports about just what Tiger Woods was and wasn't offered to join LIV Golf - but Greg Norman himself said they'd offered him around $700-$00m. "Tiger is a needle-mover and of course you have to look at the best of the best,” Norman said.
Rory McIlroy: LIV Golf 'never offered me any money' Back to video. Rory McIlroy took the opportunity on Wednesday to clarify his dealings — or lack of dealings — with the Saudi-backed breakaway league: “I was never offered any money,” McIlroy said.Does anyone care about LIV Golf? ›
LIV Golf does have its supporters and vocal backers (alongside those who don't really care either way), but there is no doubt that a significant number of regular golf fans dislike the new product, what it represents, and what they believe it has done to the sport and its wider image.Is LIV trying to replace PGA? ›
The PGA Tour has agreed to merge with Saudi-backed rival LIV Golf in a deal that would see the competitors squash pending litigation and move forward as a larger golf enterprise.How many PGA golfers are going to LIV? ›
LIV Golf announces teams, players for 2023; Four PGA Tour players, Pieters officially join league. LIV Golf is rolling out its teams and rosters this week on the eve of the circuit's second season.Can you watch LIV Golf on ESPN? ›
Stream Golf on ESPN+ - Live and Upcoming on Watch ESPN - ESPN.Who owns the LIV Golf Tour? ›
LIV Golf is currently owned by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund. According to Golf.com, since 2021, Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund has owned 93 percent of LIV Golf. Yasir Al-Rumayyan sits as the governor of the Public Investment Fund, however, the CEO of LIV Golf is Greg Norman.
Watch LIV Golf in the US
All three days of LIV Golf tournaments, including exclusively on Fridays, are available to watch on The CW app, which is available for free with no login. Then, Saturday and Sunday rounds are available to watch on traditional TV on The CW.
While the PGA Tour has always covered 72 holes over four rounds, LIV events last just 54 holes in three days. In fact, "LIV" comes from the Roman numeral for 54. LIV players also don't face a cut; anyone who starts the tournament plays all three rounds, reducing some of the stress in early holes.Who knew about PGA LIV merger? ›
Collin Morikawa learned of the merger on social media, and plenty of others felt like they were betrayed by the decision. Other LIV Golf members like Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson, however, were quick to celebrate.Where is LIV Golf based? ›
LIV, Saudi Arabia's breakaway league, split men's professional golf.Will LIV Golf go away? ›
TORONTO -- Rory McIlroy said he hopes the LIV Golf League is going away, but an official for the rival team-focused circuit told ESPN on Thursday that the league being fronted by two-time Open Championship winner Greg Norman isn't going anywhere.How will the LIV and PGA merger work? ›
A new company will be created that will be majority-owned by the existing PGA Tour, which is a nonprofit. The new company, however, will operate for profit and Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, which currently owns more than 90% of LIV, will take a large minority stake in the combined entity.Are players leaving the PGA? ›
PGA Tour commissioner Monahan confirmed that the players to have resigned from the PGA Tour - Garcia, Westwood, Johnson, Kaymer, McDowell, Na, Oosthuizen, Pettit, Grace and Schwartzel - will not be allowed to play in tournaments as non-members through sponsor exemptions, while they will also be removed from the ...Is Tiger Woods joining live golf? ›
He's not going to cross the PGA." While speaking to reporters last month at the 150th Open Championship, Woods made it clear that he is loyal to the PGA Tour and has no interest in joining LIV.What golf course does Tiger Woods own in Texas? ›
Bluejack National is a private residential club offering an unprecedented mix of amenities and activities to fit every lifestyle. With 767 acres of rolling hills developed in Montgomery, Texas, Bluejack is home to the first Tiger Woods-designed golf course in the United States.How much is a PGA ticket for 2023? ›
Due to these restrictions, ticket prices for the 2023 tournament are expected to be significantly higher. Prices for general admission tickets start at $125 on Monday, June 12th, and gradually increase for subsequent rounds, with prices reaching $300 for the third round and $290 for the final round on Sunday.
Course. On July 22, 2015, the United States Golf Association (USGA) announced that Los Angeles Country Club was selected to host the 123rd U.S. Open in June 2023. The USGA had made overtures to the club for at least 26 years.What PGA tournaments are being played in South Carolina in 2023? ›
- 2023 CPGA Professional Championship. June 27 - June 29. ...
- 2023 Boys Junior PGA Championship. July 6 - July 7. ...
- 72nd South Carolina Open. July 11 - July 13. ...
- 2023 Carolinas Girls Junior PGA Championship. ...
- 2023 South Carolina Senior Open. ...
- Wyndham Championship Monday Qualifying. ...
- Rolling Hills Pro-Am. ...
- PAT – Stonebridge Golf Club.
It costs a minimum of $110,000 to compete for a year on the PGA Tour—$75,000 on the Nationwide—and there are no guaranteed paydays.Does the PGA have entry fees? ›
For example, if you're not a PGA member but you qualified for the PGA Tour event, then there is what the community calls “limited dues” of $50 that you have to pay. Some tournaments arranged by golf clubs may also require different entry fees between members and non-members.Is there an entry fee to play in the PGA? ›
Unlike the DP World Tour—where tournaments have dished out seven-figure sums to stars to play in their events—the practice of appearance fees is prohibited by the PGA Tour. However, many events find workarounds to this rule in the form of off-the-course endorsement contracts.What is the purse for the Senior Open 2023? ›
Prize money won in the event is official money on both PGA Tour Champions (formerly the Senior PGA Tour and Champions Tour) and the European Senior Tour. The purse, which is fixed in United States dollars, has increased to $2.75 million for 2023.Where is the senior open in 2023? ›
Need additional info? SentryWorld is honored to be the host site of the 43rd U.S. Senior Open Championship. This is the first Senior Open and third USGA championship to be played on our 200-acre parkland course in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.What is the prize money for the US Open Golf 2023? ›
Though last week's U.S. Open is technically a more prestigious trophy, this week's Travelers Championship will pay just as much money out to its participants. The Travelers and its $20 million purse mark the ninth and final designated event of the PGA Tour's 2023 regular season.Does PGA play at TPC Myrtle Beach? ›
TPC Myrtle Beach's very challenging 18-hole, 72 par PGA Tour-caliber course features elevation changes, undulating greens, and Tour-quality bunkers.Where does the PGA play in Myrtle Beach? ›
The PGA Tour is finally coming to one of the hotbeds of recreational golf: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The Myrtle Beach Classic will debut in 2024 at The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, a semi-private club on the Grand Strand with more than 800 members and a Robert Trent Jones Sr. -designed course.
PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh said the potential of turning the Dallas suburb of Frisco into what he terms “the Silicon Valley of golf” is the driving force behind his organization's impending move from Palm Beach Gardens to north-central Texas.Why is the PGA moving to Frisco? ›
The PGA looked at golf-friendly communities around the country, including Charlotte, Atlanta and Phoenix. “Palm Beach County and Florida stood up and made an attractive offer, but Frisco's jumped off the page for a couple of reasons,” said Waugh. “One is the financial incentives of Texas, a very business-forward place.