PGA and European Tour Destinations


European Tour and PGA Tour Destinations 
 
Where2Golf.com is happy to bring not just the latest news and leaderboards from top golf tournaments and tours around the world, but also useful information on European Tour and PGA Tour destinations for the benefit of attendees.

If you're in the midst of planning your golf tour vacation, which also includes watching the world's top pros compete for prestigious trophies and top rankings, our data bites can help you narrow down and refine your holiday itinerary.  

You may have obviously done your research – we want to help you with extra information that enables you to make the most of your time and plan how to get around more efficiently. 

Euopean Tour and PGA Tour Destinations: Play where the Pro's play.

 
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You can also read up about our recommended golf courses on their main page and visit the club's website. Of course, there is the option to book your room(s) at a stay and play golf resort if you don't have accommodation figured out just as yet. 

Perhaps the most exciting bit is the opportunity to play at the championship course before or after the tournament. Test the greens to assess what the pros may have to or had to contend with. 

Our short posts on each golf tournament offer the following information:
* The best golf courses located closest to the city/town hosting the event.
* Some not-to-be-missed cities or attractions in and around the region. Learn about less hyped but incredibly beautiful destinations, places off the beaten track and the best times to visit popular tourist spots.
* A map of all the best rated golf courses on our list located in the country you're visiting. 
 
 

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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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