European Tour Golf Destinations


European Tour Golf Destinations in Europe


England, Surrey: BMW PGA Championship - Top Players Heading to Surrey

Now that the frenzy over the royal wedding has died down, some of the exciting action from the European Tour concerns its flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship in Surrey. Rory McIlroy is the favourite to win although he will face stiff competition from Tommy Fleetwood and Paul Casey, Alex Noren will be defending his title.

France, Paris: The Ryder Cup 2018:

 

France, Paris: The HNA Open de France


Germany: The BMW International Open:

Ireland: Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation

The Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open is a golfing tournament hosted by the Rory Foundation with four-time championship winner Rory McIlroy at its helm. The tournament scheduled for the dates July 5 – July 8, 2018, has a purse of €5,869,535 on offer, one of the highest in Ireland.
 

Italy: Viva Ital(ian) Golf! The 74th Edition of the Italian Open


Netherlands: The KLM Open and More Golf Around

The Dutch Golf Club in Spijk host of the 2017 KLM Open between September 14th and September 17th. The lineup of 156 players includes two-time winner and defending champion Joost Luiten

Scotland, Aberdeen: Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open


Scotland: 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie

Scotland: The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship - Where It All Started

Traditionally played on three different links courses – all fantastic and highly regarded by the international golf community –    Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2017


Sweden: The Nordea Masters 2018

 

Turkey: Turkish Airlines Open – an Increasingly Popular Mediterranean Golfing Destination


 

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Tournaments:
US Amateur Championships the world’s oldest women’s amateur championship is hosted at Old Waverly in Mississippi (Aug 5-11), and the men’s second oldest amateur championship at legendary Pinehurst No.2 (Aug 12-18).
(British) Senior Openheads for Royal Lytham & St Anne’s with Miguel Ángel Jiménez defending his title (July 25-28).

Who's Who: 
Shane Lowry: became the fifth Irishman to take home the Claret Jug, and the first to achieve his victory on Irish soil!
Jin Young Kothe rising star in women’s world golf lands her first major championship title at the ANA Inspiration.


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