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THE FOUR FEDEX CUP PLAYOFF VENUES

2nd Fedex Cup playoff: Boston, Massachusetts - Dell Technologies Championship 2018

The second tournament of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Held every year over the Labor Day Weekend, the Dell Technologies Championship is one of the premier golf-tournaments played in the Northeastern United States. With a purse of $9 million, it is a big-ticket championship.

3rd Fedex Cup playoff: Pennsylvania - BMW Championship 2018

BMW Championship , the third of the four FedEx Cup playoff events on the PGA Tour. This 4-tournament playoff will determine the top 30 players moving to the final event at the historic East Lake Golf Club.

Arizona: Waste Management Phoenix Open 2018: The Greatest Show on Grass Returns

The 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open will be held from Feb 1 - 4 at TPC Scottsdale, marking the 83rd time for one of the most popular tournaments on the PGA Tour.
  

Atlanta: Everything You Need To Know About TOUR Championship 2017

The 2017 TOUR Championship is one of the last events of the PGA Tour, it is the championship that will determine who will win a whopping $10 million, the single largest individual prize in world sport


Florida North East: The Players Championship

Florida, Palm Beach: The Honda Classic, a paradise for golfers.

Florida, Tampa: Valspar Championship

Georgia: The US Masters

At the prestigious Masters Tournament or   US Masters  , to be held between April 5-8, the field so far is expansive, covering 18 categories and one exemption for a 21-year old Indian golfer this year.


Los Angeles: Genesis Open - Action in the Riviera.

Tracing its history to 1926, the Genesis Open PGA Tour tournament will be held between February 15 and 18 for a purse of $7,200,000. The scene of action is the Riviera Country Club , home to one of California’s finest golf courses, regarded for its amazing beauty and challenging layout.

Mexico: WGC - Mexico Championship 2018

Established in 1999, the Mexico Championship is one of the four professional annual World Golf Championships to be funded and brought together by the International Federation of PGA Tours. The tournament was called the WGC-American Express Championship from 1999 through 2006, and the WGC-CA Championship from 2007 to 2010.

 
New York City: Presidents Cup and NYC, a Thrilling Combo

The 2017 TOUR Championship is one of the last events of the PGA Tour, it is the championship that will determine who will win a whopping $10 million, the single largest individual prize in world sport


Ohio, Akron: World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational

In 1915, Harvey Samuel Firestone, founder of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, purchased 1,000 acres of farmland south of his tyre factory as part of a plan to provide his employees with housing, schools, churches and a public park. 

Ohio, Dublin: Memorial Tournament Presented by Nationwide

Started 25 years ago in 1976 by Jack William Nicklaus, the Memorial Tournament is a big-draw for golfers, amateurs and professionals alike. Located in Dublin, Ohio, the Muirfield Village Golf Club (MVGC) has played host to some of America’s other premier golfing tournaments, including the 1986 U.S. Junior Amateur, the 1987 Ryder Cup, the 1998 Solheim Cup, and the 2013 Presidents Cup.
 

San Diego: Top Players battling it out at the Farmers Insurance Open

Farmers Insurance Open promises to be an exhilarating affair, with four of the world’s top ten players and 11 of the top 25 trying their best to outdo each other this ‘west coast of spring’ at San Diego.


 

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Tournaments:
HSBC Women’s World ChampionshipMichelle Wie returns as defending champion after recording her fifth LPGA Tour win on Sentosa’s Tanjong course last year (Feb 28-Mar 3)
WGC – Mexico Championshipthe first WGC event of 2019 at GC Chapultepec sees recent AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am winner Phil Mickelson defend (Feb 21-24)

Who's Who: 
Bryson DeChambeau: “The Scientist” wins the Dubai Desert Classic and with it his first European Tour victory.
Dustin Johnsona week after DeChambeau’s win, “DJ” recorded his first European Tour win at the inaugural Saudi International.

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