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There is a wealth of detail on the Men's, Women's and Senior's Majors and top golf tours around the world, as well as the biggest amateur and team events in golf.

Search by year, tournament, player, venue or category to reveal an encyclopeadic history of tournament golf. Also a special section covering the Men's, Women's and Senior's Majors.


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The categories, shown below, contain a consolidated list of all the events for all years in that particular category (you can also look up all these golf tournament results via the search box above).

  Men
  MajorsWGCAmericaEuropeAsiaAustralia / NZAfricaAmateurAwards
  Women
  MajorsAmericaEuropeAsiaAfricaAustralia / NZAmateurAwards
  Seniors
  MajorsAmericaEuropeAsiaAfricaAustralia / NZAwards
  Team events
  All team events
 
   
       
  BMW South African Open 2017 hosted by Glendower GC   
   
     


 

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