Program of the European Tour 2022: Tournaments, dates and places confirmed for the next season | Golf news

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The European Tour season kicks off in South Africa during the last week of November, just one week after the conclusion of the 2021 campaign at the DP World Tour Championship

Last updated: 21/05/21 19:31


Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy are both former winners of the European Tour season standings

The 2021-22 European Tour season will begin at the end of this month, with the tournament schedule for the next campaign starting to take shape.

A series of three consecutive events in South Africa, all co-sanctioned with the Sunshine Tour, take place in November and December and are followed by five Middle East tournaments between January and February.

Events in India and Kenya have been confirmed for the first part of 2022, while dates for the men’s main program and co-sanctioned events with the PGA Tour have already been announced.

The full schedule for next season is expected to be confirmed in the coming weeks, but here are the tournaments that have already been announced as part of next season’s schedule …

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The golf season reaches an exciting climax this month with the conclusion of the European Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour campaigns, all live on Sky Sports Golf

The golf season reaches an exciting climax this month with the conclusion of the European Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour campaigns, all live on Sky Sports Golf

European tour program 2021-22 (from 5 November)

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

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

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

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

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

Paul Casey is reigning champion of the Dubai Desert Classic after his victory in 2021

Paul Casey is reigning champion of the Dubai Desert Classic after his victory in 2021

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

10-13 February – Commercial Bank Qatar Masters – Location to be confirmed

February 17-20 – Event in the Middle East to be confirmed

February 24-27 – Hero Indian Open – Venue to be confirmed

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

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

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

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

Phil Mickelson became the oldest champion in history with his victory on Kiawah Island

Phil Mickelson became the oldest champion in history with his victory on Kiawah Island

May / June (to be confirmed) – Soudal Open – The Rinkven International Golf Club, Schilde, Belgium

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

7-10 July – Genesis Scottish Open – Venue to be confirmed

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

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

Collin Morikawa won the Open at Royal St George's in 2021

Collin Morikawa won the Open at Royal St George’s in 2021

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

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

Watch the 2022 European Tour season live on Sky Sport!

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