The 49th European Tour season and the 2020 Race to Dubai is scheduled to tee-off with the Alfred Dunhill Championship on 28 November-1 December.
South Africa’s spectacular Leopard Creek will join one of Asia's most storied golf clubs, the Hong Kong Golf Club as the first 2020 tour hosts. The European Tour partial dyed-in-the-wool the initial sector of the 2020 Schedule. It features sixteen 2020 Race to Dubai events in twelve countries, which will include the start of the fourth edition of the Rolex Series.
So, from the aforementioned two openers, the tour will then head for Mauritius for the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open on 5-8 December. This will then be followed by the Australian PGA Championship on December 19-22 in time for the winter break.
November 28-December 1 – Alfred Dunhill Championship, Hong Kong Open.
December 5-8 – Mauritius Open.
December 19-22 – Australian PGA Championship.
January 9-12 – South African Open.
January 16-19 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
January 23-26 – Dubai Desert Classic.
January 30-February 2 – Saudi International.
February 6-9 – Vic Open.
February 13-16 – TBC.
February 20-23 – WGC Mexico Championship.
February 27-March 1 – Oman Open.
March 5-9 – Qatar Masters.
March 12-15 – Magical Kenya Open.
March 18-22 – Indian Open.
March 35-29 – WGC-Match Play.
April 2-5 – TBC.
April 9-12 – The Masters.
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