2020 PGA Golf Tour Schedule

Although the PGA Tour began in September 2019 at the luxury resort of The Greenbrier, the turn of the year and the decade sees a fresh new start of the golf season. Let us take a look at what we can expect for the remainder of the tournament in 2020.

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New Players

Tom Lewis 
As usual, there’s an injection of fresh new faces making their debut in the PGA Tour. Several players added to the roster, who graduated from the Korn Ferry Tour include Xinjun Zhang, Tom Lewis, Scottie Scheffler, Maverick McNealyand Scott Harrington.


AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Phil Mikelson 
Phil Mikelson makes a return to Pebble Beach where he last won in 2019. It’s been anything but smooth sailing for him since then, he’s been struggling for form and has dropped out of the top 50 rankings since 1993.
Just like champions, we don’t see him hanging up his golf clubs all because of a slump in form. We’ll be tuned into the Pebble Beach festivities from 6-9 February.

The Genesis Invitational

16-year-old Tiger Woods made his amateur debut in Riviera, he’s missed the cut, such is his luck in the last 28 years however he’s been playing as well as he has in years and arguably playing better than most recently. Could this be his year he breaks through at Riviera? Tune in to find out from 13-16 February.

WGC-Mexico Championship

Dustin Johnson 
Dustin Johnson claimed is his only victory in Mexico City in 2019 as he struggled due to recurring injuries, resulting in him tying last place at the Tour Championship. With him at full health, he has the chance to tighten his grip and defend his title. The Championship is set to commence on the 20th of February and play until the 23rd.

Here are other events to look forward to:

Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup


Arnold Palmer Invitational (March 5-8)
The Players Championship (March 12-15)
WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (March 25-29)


The Masters (April 9-12)
Wells Fargo Championship (April 30-May 3)


PGA Championship (May 14-17)


The Memorial Tournament (June 4-7)
RBC Canadian Open (June 11-14)
U.S. Open (June 18-21)


WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational (July 2-5)
The Open (July 16-19)
The Olympics
Kasumigaseki Country Club, Saitama, Japan (July 30-Aug. 2)


The Northern Trust (Aug. 13-16)
BMW Championship (Aug. 20-23)
Tour Championship (Aug. 27-30)
Ryder Cup
Whistling Straits Golf Course, Haven, Wisconsin (Sept. 25-27)
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Published: 02/04/2020