Lee Westwood won the 2020 Race to Dubai on the European Tour

The redesigned DP World Tour will see total prize pool break above $ 200 million for the first time, with a new minimum prize fund of $ 2 million for all tournaments exclusively approved by the DP World Tour.

The schedule includes at least 47 tournaments in 27 different countries, including new events in the United Arab Emirates, Japan, South Africa and Belgium. An expanded Rolex Series includes five events: the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, the Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic, the Genesis Scottish Open, the BMW PGA Championship and the DP World Tour Championship at the end of the season.

For the first time, three tournaments jointly sanctioned with the PGA Tour will also take place – the Genesis Scottish Open, the Barbasol Championship and the Barracuda Championship, which will be held in the United States – as a result of the strategic alliance between two professional golf-leading tours.

✅ Record total prize money
✅ Five events from the Rolex series
✅ $ 10 million for the season finale

Starting next season, DP World will be the new title sponsor of the European Tour.

– Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) November 9, 2021

Schedule as announced on November 9th

25.-28. November – Joburg Open – Randpark Golf Club, Johannesburg, South Africa

2nd-5th December – South African Open Championship – Gary Player Country Club, Sun City, South Africa

9-12 December – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship – Leopard Creek Country Club, Malalane, South Africa

20.-23. January – Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship – Yas Links Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Tyrrell Hatton took a four-shot victory in Abu Dhabi in 2021

27.-30. January – Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic – Emirates Golf Course, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

3rd-6th February – Ras Al Khaimah Championship – Al Hamra Golf, Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates

10-13 February – Commercial Bank Qatar Masters – venue TBC

17.-20. February – Middle East Event TBC

24.-27. February – Hero Indian Open – Venue TBC

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3rd-6th March – Magical Kenya Open – Muthaiga GC, Nairobi, Kenya

10-13 March – Pecanwood Classic – Pecanwood G&CC, Hartbeespoort, South Africa

17.-20. March – Steyn City Championship – The Club at Steyn City, Johannesburg, South Africa

23-27 March – WGC-Dells Technologies Match Play – Austin Country Club, Austin, Texas

7-10 April – The Masters – Augusta National, Augusta, Georgia

Hideki Matsuyama will return as the defending champion at The Masters after becoming the first Asian winner during the 2021 competition

Hideki Matsuyama will return as the defending champion at The Masters after becoming the first Asian winner during the 2021 competition

14.-17. April – Asian event confirmed

21.-24. April – Japan event confirmed – venue TBC

April 28th – May 1st – Volvo China Open – Genzon GC, Shenzhen, China

5-8 May – Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett – The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

12-15 May – Soudal Open – The Rinkven International Golf Club, Schilde, Belgium

19.-22. May – PGA Championship – Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Phil Mickelson became the oldest major winner in history on Kiawah Island in May

Phil Mickelson became the oldest major winner in history on Kiawah Island in May

26.-29. May – KLM Open – Bernardus Golf, Cromvoirt, Netherlands

2nd-5th June – Porsche European Open – Green Eagle Golf Courses, Hamburg, Germany

9-12 June – Scandinavian Mixed moderated by Henrik and Annika – Halmstad GC, Tylösand, Sweden

16.-19. June – US Open – The Country Club, Brookline, Massachusetts

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June 23-26 – BMW International Open – Golfclub München Eichenried, Munich, Germany

June 30th – July 3rd – Irish Open – Mount Juliet Estate, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, Ireland

7-10 July – Genesis Scottish Open – The Renaissance Club, North Berwick, Scotland

7-10 July – Barbasol Championship, Keene Trace Golf Club, Nicholasville, Kentucky

14.-17. July – The 150th Open – St Andrews Links (Old Course), St Andrews, Fife

Collin Morikawa secured his second major title with a one-two at Royal St George's

Collin Morikawa secured his second major title with a one-two at Royal St George’s

14.-17. July – Barracuda Championship – Tahoe Mountain Club, Truckee, California

21.-24. July – Cazoo Classic – TBC Venue

28.-31. July – Hero Open – Fairmont St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

4th-7th August – Cazoo Open – The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport City, Wales

11-14 August – ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management – Galgorm Castle & Massereene, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland

18.-21. August – D + D Real Czech Masters – Albatross Golf Resort, Prague, Czech Republic

25.-28. August – Omega European Masters – Crans-sur-Sierre GC, Crans Montana, Switzerland

1st-4th September – Made in HimmerLand – HimmerLand, Farsoe, Denmark

8-11 September – BMW PGA Championship – Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey, England

Billy Horschel won the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth in September

Billy Horschel won the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth in September

15.-18. September – DS Automobiles Italian Open – Marco Simone GC, Rome, Italy

22.-25. September – Open de France – Le Golf National, near Paris

September 29th – October 2nd – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship – Old Course St Andrews, Carnoustie & Kingsbarns, Scotland

6-9 October – Acciona Open de España presented by Madrid – Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

13-16 October – Estrella Damm NA Andalucía Masters – Real Club Valderrama, Sotogrande, Spain

20.-23. October – European event TBC

27.-30. October – WGC-HSBC Champions – Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, China

3rd-6th November – Cyprus Open – Aphrodite Hills Resort, Paphos, Cyprus

10-13 November – Nedbank Golf Challenge – Gary Player CC, Sun City, South Africa

17.-20. November – DP World Tour Championship – Jumeirah Golf Estates, Earth Course, Dubai, United Arab Emirates