2018 PGA Tour
|Duration||October 5, 2017– September 23, 2018|
|Number of official events||48|
|Most wins||3 (tie):|
|FedEx Cup winner||Justin Rose|
|Money leader||Justin Thomas|
|Player of the Year||Brooks Koepka|
|Rookie of the Year||Aaron Wise|
The following table lists official events for 2017–18.
The schedule contained 48 events, including two new ones: The CJ Cup in South Korea and the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship, a former event on the Web.com Tour based out of the Dominican Republic. The Barbasol Championship will be played in Kentucky, the first non-major PGA Tour event in the state since 1959. The Puerto Rico Open became an unofficial charity event in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
- Finished on Monday due to darkness.
- Finished on Monday due to weather.
The following events do not carry FedEx Cup points or official money, although some do give out OWGR points.
|Dec 3||Hero World Challenge||Bahamas||Rickie Fowler||48||3,500,000||1,000,000||18-player field|
|Dec 10||QBE Shootout||Florida|| Sean O'Hair &
|12 two-player teams|
|Dec 17||PNC Father-Son Challenge||Florida|| Ángel Cabrera
& Ángel Cabrera Jr
|n/a||1,085,000||200,000||20 two-player teams|
|Mar 4||Puerto Rico Open Charity Day||Puerto Rico|| Cheyenne Woods &
|n/a||3,000,000||540,000||Hurricane Maria relief tournament|
|Jun 25||CVS Health Charity Classic||Rhode Island|| Billy Andrade,
Keegan Bradley, &
|Six three-player teams|
|Sep 30||Ryder Cup||France||Team Europe||n/a||Two 12-man teams|
Location of tournamentsEdit
This section shows the final money leaders table.
|Rank||Player||Country||Events||Prize money ($)|
|1||Justin Thomas||United States||23||8,694,821|
|2||Dustin Johnson||United States||20||8,457,352|
|4||Bryson DeChambeau||United States||26||8,094,489|
|5||Brooks Koepka||United States||17||7,094,047|
|6||Bubba Watson||United States||24||5,793,748|
|7||Tony Finau||United States||28||5,620,138|
|8||Tiger Woods||United States||18||5,443,841|
|9||Webb Simpson||United States||26||5,376,417|