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Thursday, July 25, 2019

2019 European Tour Schedule, calendar, Winner results.

European Tour 2019 Schedule dates, calendar, Winners, results.

As the 2018 Calendar going to its peak, while the European Tour has announced the full schedule of the 48th season of European Tour 2018-19 season with various major changes made in the 2019 seasonal calendar.
2019 schedule features that Tommy Fleetwood will host the British Masters at Hillside Golf Club, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship moved to Rolex Series event.
The 12-month expansion schedule of 2018-2019 European Tour Schedule will take place from November 2018 to November 2019, the current European Tour with 48 tournaments in 31 countries spanning five continents – Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and North America.

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European Tour Schedule 2018-19: Major Changes, Key Notes to Remember.

  • Tommy Fleetwood to host the British Masters at Hillside GC in the second week of May, before USPGA Championship Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship has been upgraded to a Rolex Series event.

  • The European Tour’s first ever event in Saudi Arabia will take place in January at Royal Greens G&CC in the King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC).

  • The Vic Open in Australia will take place the very next week which sees the men’s and women’s European Tours compete together for the first ever time.

  • The Joburg Open has been merged into the South African Open and will take place in December. It will include 240 players from the European, Sunshine and Asian Tours.

  • Made in Denmark returns to Himmerland Resort, featuring the special par-3 16th, which moves to the BMW PGA Championship’s usual May spot from its August date.

  • The GolfSixes will take place in Portugal, there is currently no venue for it as of yet.

  • WGC-St Jude Invitational to take place instead of WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, a new venue is TPC Southwind.

  • Spanish Open returns, venue currently TBC.

  • Nordea Masters replaced with Scandinavian Invitation.

  • Open de France no longer a Rolex Series event and currently without a sponsor.

PGA Tour Schedule 2018-2019 with Full Schedule, dates.

European Tour schedule 2019:

Note: Rolex Series events, majors and WGCs in bold

Nov 22nd -25th: First event of 2019 season – Honma Hong Kong Open, Hong Kong GC, Fanling, Hong Kong.

Winner: Aaron Rai (England)

Nov 22nd-25th: World Cup of Golf, Metropolitan GC, Melbourne, Australia

Nov 29th-Dec 2nd: Australian PGA Championship, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

 Winner: Cameron Smith (Australia)

Nov 29th-Dec 2nd: Mauritius Open, Heritage GC, Mauritius

 Winner: Kurt Kitayama (USA)

Dec 6th-9th: South African Open, Randpark Golf Club, Johannesburg, South Africa

 Winner: Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)

Dec 13th-16th: Alfred Dunhill Championship, Leopard Creek CC, Malelane, South Africa

 Winner: David Lipsky (USA)

Jan 16th-19th: Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, Abu Dhabi GC, Abu Dhabi

 Winner: Shane Lowry (Ireland)

Jan 24th-27th: Omega Dubai Desert Classic, Emirates GC, Dubai

Winner: Bryson DeChambeau (USA)

Jan 31st-Feb: 3rd: Saudi International, Royal Greens G&CC, KAEC, Saudi Arabia

 Winner: Dustin Johnson (USA)

Feb 7th-10th: Vic Open, 13th Beach Links, Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia

 Winner: David Law (Scotland)

Feb 14th-17th: ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, Lake Karrinyup, Perth, Australia

 Winner:  Ryan Fox (New Zealand)

Feb 21st-24th: WGC-Mexico Championship, Chapultepec GC, Mexico City, Mexico

 Winner:   Dustin Johnson (America)

Feb 28th-Mar 3rd: Oman Open, Al Mouj Golf, Muscat, Oman

Winner:    Kurt Kitayama (USA)

Mar 7th-10th: Qatar Masters, Doha GC, Doha, Qatar

Winner:    Justin Harding (South Africa)

Mar 14th-17th: Kenya Open, Karen CC, Nairobi, Kenya

Winner:    Guido Migliozzi (Italy)

Mar 21st-24th: Maybank Championship, Saujana G&CC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Winner:    Scott Hend (Australia)

Mar 28th-31st: Hero Indian Open, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India

Winner:   Stephen Gallacher (SCO)

Mar 28th-31st: WGC-Match Play Championship, Austin CC, Texas, USA (C)

Winner:     Kevin Kisner  (USA)

Apr 11th-14th: The Masters, Augusta National, Augusta, Georgia, USA

Winner:   Tiger Woods (USA)

Apr 25th-28th: Trophee Hassan II, Royal Golf Dar es Salaam, Rabat, Morocco

Winner:     Jorge Campillo  (ESP)

May 2nd-5th: Volvo China Open, The Tradition at Wolong Valley, Chengdu, China PR

Winner:     Mikko Korhonen  (FIN)

May 9th-12th: British Masters hosted by Tommy Fleetwood, Hillside GC, Southport, England

Winner:    Marcus Kinhult  (SWE)

May 16th-19th: US PGA Championship, Bethpage State Park, Long Island, New York, USA

Winner:   Brooks Koepka (USA)

May 23rd-26th: Made in Denmark, Himmerland Resort & Spa, Farso, Denmark

Winner:   Bernd Wiesberger  (ASTR)

May 30th-Jun 2nd: Belgian Knockout, Rinkven International GC, Antwerp, Belgium

Winner:    Guido Migliozzi  (ITL)

Jun 13th-16th: US Open, Pebble Beach Golf Links, Monterrey Peninsula, California, USA

Winner:    Gary Woodland (USA)

Jun 20th-23th: BMW International Open, Golfclub Munchen Eichenried, Munich, Germany

Winner:     Andrea Pavan  (ITL)

Jun 27th-30th: Andalucia Valderrama Masters, Valderrama, Sotogrande, Spain

Winner:    Christiaan Bezuidenhout   (S.A)

Jul 4th-7th: Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open, Lahinch GC, Co. Clare, Ireland

Winner:    Jon Rahm  (ESP)

Jul 11th-14th: Aberdeen Standards Investment Scottish Open, The Renaissance Club, North Berwick, Scotland

Winner:    Bernd Wiesberger  (AST)

Jul 18th-21st: The Open, Royal Portrush, Portrush, Northern Ireland

Winner:    Shane Lowery  (IRI)

Jul 25th-28th: WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational, TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee

Aug 1st-4th: TBC

Aug 8th-11th:  Shot Clock Challenge, venue, and country TBC

Aug 15th-18th: D + D Real Czech Masters (Albatross Golf Resort, Czech Republic)

Aug 22nd-25th: Scandinavian Invitation, Hills Golf and Sports Club, Gothenburg, Sweden

Aug 29th-Sep 1st: Omega European Masters, Crans-sur-Sierre GC, Crans Montana, Switzerland

Sep 5th-8th: Porsche European Open, Green Eagle Golf Courses, Hamburg, Germany

Sep 12th-15th: KLM Open, The International, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Sep 19th-22nd: BMW PGA Championship, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, England

Sep 26th-29th: Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, St Andrews, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie, Scotland

Oct 3rd-6th: Open de Espana, venue TBC

Oct 10th-13th: Italian Open, Olgiata GC, Rome, Italy

Oct 17th-20th: Open de France, Le Golf National, Paris, France

Oct 24th-27th: Portugal Masters, Dom Pedro Victoria Course, Vilamoura, Portugal

Oct 31st-Nov 3rd: WGC-HSBC Champions, Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, China

Nov 7th-10th: Turkish Airlines Open, venue TBC

Nov 14th-17th: Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player, Gary Player CC, Sun City, South Africa

Nov 21st-24th: DP World Tour Championship, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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European Tour 2018-2019: Official

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