The PGA Tour, the USA’s premier professional golf circuit, is home to the PGA Tour. The Tour hosts professional golf events each year for some of the best players in the world. Its roots date back to the early 1900s. The Players Championship, Tour Championship, Team-Based Presidents Cup and playoff-style FedEx Cup are just a few of the most recognizable events on the PGA Tour.
The PGA Tour’s 108th season is 2022-2023. The Tour will travel more than 15 US States and international destinations, including Canada, Scotland and Japan, from 15 September 2022 to 27 August 2023.
Fans are looking for tickets 2022 to the latest editions of the PGA Tour. There are many events to look forward to this year. Among the most popular upcoming events on PGA Tour are:
Butterfield Bermuda Championship (27-30 Oct 2022)
Since 2019, this event has been held in sunny Bermuda. It is held at the Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton. Each year it draws more stars to Bermuda for a tough test of golf.
Cadence Houston Open (10-13 November 2022).
Houston Open Champion is a battle between some of the best golfers in Texas every year. The tournament takes place at Memorial Park and is a favorite among those looking for PGA Tour events tickets.
Hero World Challenge (1-4 Dec 2022)
The Tiger Woods Foundation hosts the Hero World Challenge, which is hosted by Tiger Woods, the legendary golfer. This relaxed tournament features 18-20 of the best players in the world, who show off their skills in the beautiful Bahamas.
The introduction of a variety of “elevated” events is one of the newest features of this season’s PGA Tour. These events will feature the best players in the world, and will offer a huge increase in prize money to stimulate competition and add excitement. These events will be the most popular in golf 2023.
The following are the top events on the 2022/23 PGA Tour:
Sentry Tournament of Champions (5-8 Jan 2023)
This exclusive event will be held in Hawaii at Kapalua Resort’s Plantation Course. It is only for PGA Tour winners from previous seasons. The tournament’s prize money will rise by $6.8million in 2023.
Genesis Invitational (16-19 Feb 2023)
The Genesis Invitational has been held at the historic Riviera Country Club since 1973. It is located in Los Angeles’ green hills. The tournament was the first to feature Tiger Woods at 16 years of age. Riviera’s 4th hole with a bunker in its centre was once called “The greatest par-3 hole” by Ben Hogan.
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2-5 Mar 2023)
Each year, the Arnold Palmer Invitational is held at Arnie’s Place-Bay Hill Club in Orlando Florida. The final few holes at Bay Hill can be dangerous and full of water. But those who persevere and win the tournament will not only get a healthy prize pool but also a red sweater in honor of Palmer, a seven-time major winner and World Golf Hall-of-Famemer.
The Players Championship (9-12 February 2023)
The Players Championship, also known as the “5th Major”, is the PGA Tour’s most prestigious event. Previous winners include Jack Nicklaus and Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples. The tournament is played on the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course. It requires players to take on the 17th hole, an iconic and intimidating hole in golf.
WGC -Dell Technologies Matchplay (22-26 March, 2023)
The WGC-Dell Technologies has received an $8 million prize increase in 2023. It is now played under match-play rules. This means that players will face off in head-to–head matches. This system allows for exciting encounters and dramatic contests among the best players in the world.
Memorial Tournament (1-4 June 2023)
The Memorial Tournament is played at Muirfield Village. It is the “house that Jack constructed” and is hosted each year by Jack Nicklaus, one of the greatest golfers ever. The event is always popular and the winner receives not only the respect of The Golden Bear, but also a Claret Jug-inspired trophy.
FedEx Cup playoffs (10-27 August 2023)
The FedEx Cup playoff series consists of the FedEx St. Jude Championship (10-13 Aug 2023), BMW Championship (17-20 Aug 2023), as well as the Tour Championship (24-27 September 2023), which is the PGA Tour’s season-ending finale. The FedEx Cup points earned throughout the season will allow the top 125 players to qualify for the FedEx St. Jude Championship. Next, they will be followed by the top 70 for the BMW CHampionship before being reduced down to the top 30 for the Tour Championship. The FedEx Cup will be awarded to the winner of the Tour Championship, who will also receive $18 million in prize cash.
There are so many events available to PGA Tour fans this season. The Tour continues to provide great golfing action for sports fans around the globe, from Canada to Carolina to Edinburgh to Illinois.