2020/2021 PGA Tour Schedule

Fall portion of the PGA Tour season calendar released

PGA Tour

The 2020/2021 PGA Tour schedule has been revealed for the fall portion of the season through to the end of December.

With the coronavirus outbreak severely affecting the 2019/2020 season, there are some significant changes made to the opening part of the new season, which now gets underway in September.

The most eye-catching change is that the four months of the fall portion of the next PGA Tour season will feature two majors with the US Open and Masters part of the schedule.

The 2020/21 season will have 13 FedExCup events, including the rescheduled US Open and Masters which now fall into next season when they take place at Winged Foot Golf Club on September 17-20 and at Augusta on November 12-15.

“This portion of our 2020-21 schedule is possible only because of the many partners who have worked tirelessly to grow their events and impact the lives of those in need in their respective communities, and our players, who have embraced the expanded fall schedule in recent years,” PGA TOUR Chief Tournaments and Competitions Officer Andy Pazder said in a statement.

“We’d like to express our appreciation to the leadership of the Safeway Open, Houston Open and Mayakoba Golf Classic – which will conclude our calendar year schedule in Riviera Maya, Mexico – for their flexibility, which allowed for the U.S. Open and Masters Tournament to be played in the fall.

“The accommodations will help the global golf community maximize the 2020 calendar, which will be incredibly impactful for our fans and put us in a strong position heading into 2021.”

2020/21 PGA Tour Season Changes

The new season gets underway with the rescheduled Safeway Open, while the US Open and Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship complete the September action either side of the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.

October sees the Sanderson Farms Championship, Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, Zozo Championship, World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions and Bermuda Championship all staged.

The Houston Open, Masters and The RSM Classic are the three tournaments in November before Thanksgiving Week, while December’s tournaments include the Mayakoba Golf Classic, Hero World Challenge, QBE Shootout and PNC Father-Son Challenge.

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier will no longer be on the PGA Tour’s schedule for the 2020/21 after 10 years of being a part of the tour.

The 2021 events will be released in due course.

2020/2021 PGA Tour Schedule (fall portion):

September 7-13: Safeway Open, Silverado Resort and Spa North, Napa, California
September 14-20: U.S. Open, Winged Foot Golf Club, Mamaroneck, New York
September 21-27: Ryder Cup, Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin
September 21-27: Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship, Corales Golf Club, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
September 28-October 4: Sanderson Farms Championship, Country Club of Jackson, Jackson, Mississippi
October 5-11: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada
October 12-18: The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, Nine Bridges, Jeju Island, Korea
October 19-25: Zozo Championship, Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
October 26-November 1: World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai, China
October 26-November 1: Bermuda Championship, Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton, Bermuda
November 2-8: Houston Open, Memorial Park Golf Course, Houston, Texas
November 9-15: Masters Tournament, Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia
November 16-22: The RSM Classic, Sea Island Resort (Seaside and Plantation), Sea Island, Georgia
November 23-29: Open week (Thanksgiving)
November 30-December 6: Mayakoba Golf Classic, El Camaleón Golf Club, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
November 30-December 6: Hero World Challenge, Albany, New Providence, Bahamas
December 7-13: QBE Shootout, Tiburón GC, Naples, Florida
December 14-20: PNC Father-Son Challenge, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Orlando, Florida