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2019 European Tour

The 2019 European Tour will be the 48th season of golf tournaments since the European Tour officially began in 1972 and the 11th edition of the Race to Dubai.

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ScheduleEdit

The table below shows the currently announced tournaments in the 2019 European Tour schedule, which begins in late 2018.[1] There were substantial changes to the schedule due to the move of the US PGA Championship from August to May.[2]

Date Tournament Host country Winner OWGR
points
Race to
Dubai points
Purse Co-sanction Notes
25 Nov Honma Hong Kong Open Hong Kong   Aaron Rai (1) 30 2,750 $2,000,000 ASA
2 Dec Australian PGA Championship Australia   Cameron Smith (n/a) 20 2,000 A$1,500,000 ANZ
2 Dec AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Mauritius   Kurt Kitayama (1) 17 2,000 €1,000,000 AFR, ASA
9 Dec South African Open South Africa   Louis Oosthuizen (9) 32 2,000 ZAR17,500,000 AFR, ASA Sunshine Tour Flagship event
16 Dec Alfred Dunhill Championship South Africa   David Lipsky (2) 23 2,750 €1,500,000 AFR
19 Jan Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship UAE   Shane Lowry (4) 48 7,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
27 Jan Omega Dubai Desert Classic UAE   Bryson DeChambeau (1) 46 4,250 $3,250,000
3 Feb Saudi International Saudi Arabia   Dustin Johnson (6) 48 4,250 $3,500,000 New tournament
10 Feb ISPS Handa Vic Open Australia   David Law (1) 20 2,000 A$1,500,000 ANZ New to European Tour
17 Feb ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth Australia   Ryan Fox (1) 20 2,000 A$1,600,000 ANZ, ASA
24 Feb WGC-Mexico Championship Mexico   9,000 $10,250,000 World Golf Championships
3 Mar Oman Open Oman   2,750 $1,750,000
10 Mar Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Qatar   2,750 $1,750,000
17 Mar Kenya Open Kenya   2,000 €1,100,000 New to European Tour
24 Mar Maybank Championship Malaysia   3,500 $3,000,000 ASA
31 Mar WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play United States   9,000 $10,250,000 World Golf Championships
31 Mar Hero Indian Open India   2,750 $1,750,000 ASA
14 Apr Masters Tournament United States   100 10,000 $11,000,000 Major championship
28 Apr Trophée Hassan II Morocco   3,500 €2,500,000
5 May Volvo China Open China   3,500 CNY20,000,000
12 May British Masters England   4,250 £3,000,000
19 May PGA Championship United States   100 10,000 $11,000,000 Major championship
26 May Made in Denmark Denmark   4,250 €3,000,000
2 Jun Belgian Knockout Belgium   2,000 €1,000,000
16 Jun U.S. Open United States   100 10,000 $12,000,000 Major championship
23 Jun BMW International Open Germany   2,750 €2,000,000
30 Jun Andalucía Valderrama Masters Spain   tbd tbd
7 Jul Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Ireland   7,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
14 Jul Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open Scotland   7,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
21 Jul The Open Championship Northern Ireland   100 10,000 $10,500,000 Major championship
28 Jul WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational United States   9,000 $10,250,000 World Golf Championships
4 Aug TBA TBA  
11 Aug Shot Clock Challenge TBA  
18 Aug D+D Real Czech Masters Czech Republic   2,000 €1,100,000
25 Aug Scandinavian Invitation Sweden   2,750 €1,500,000
1 Sep Omega European Masters Switzerland   3,500 €2,500,000
8 Sep Porsche European Open Germany   2,750 €2,000,000
15 Sep KLM Open Netherlands   2,750 €2,000,000
22 Sep BMW PGA Championship England   64 7,000 $7,000,000 Flagship event
Rolex Series
29 Sep Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Scotland   5,500 $5,000,000
6 Oct Open de España Spain   2,750 €1,500,000
13 Oct Italian Open Italy   7,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
20 Oct Open de France France   tbd tbd
27 Oct Portugal Masters Portugal   2,750 €2,000,000
3 Nov WGC-HSBC Champions China   9,000 World Golf Championships
10 Nov Turkish Airlines Open Turkey   9,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
17 Nov Nedbank Golf Challenge South Africa   10,000 $7,000,000 Rolex Series
24 Nov DP World Tour Championship, Dubai UAE   12,000 $8,000,000 Tour Championship
Rolex Series

ASA = Asian Tour; ANZ = PGA Tour of Australasia; AFR = Sunshine Tour

Unofficial eventEdit

The following team event appears on the schedule, but does not carry official money.

Date Tournament Host country Winner
9 Jun GolfSixes Cascais Portugal  

Location of tournamentsEdit

Race to Dubai points leadersEdit

Race to Dubai standing of leading players correct as at 17 February 2019 (after completion of ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth)

Pos. Player Majors World Golf Championships Rolex Series Regular European Tour Events Total pts Tmts Money €m
MAS PGA USO OPN MEX MAT StJ CHA ABU IRE SCO PGA ITA TUR NED DUB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1   Shane Lowry 1st
1165
T12
67.3
1,232.3 2 1.07
2   Richard Sterne 2nd
780
CUT
0
CUT
0
T34
20.1
CUT
0
T13
62.7
862.7 6 0.74
3   Bryson DeChambeau A
0
1st
710
T6
112.4
822.4 2 0.56
4   Louis Oosthuizen 4th
350
1st
335
T7
75.6
760.6 3 0.52
5   Matt Wallace T16
89.4
T15
26.5
T18
31.9
2nd
472
619.8 4 0.43

Note: Dustin Johnson has 799.4 Race to Dubai points but is not a European Tour member

Ref:[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2019 European Tour Schedule". PGA European Tour. Retrieved 29 October 2018.
  2. ^ Gray, Will. "Lots of change to 2019 European Tour schedule". golfchannel.com. Retrieved 30 October 2018.
  3. ^ "Race To Dubai Rankings". European Tour. Retrieved 27 January 2019.