New look 2024 DP World Tour schedule unveiled

By Emily Kay 10 months ago
  • Minimum of 44 events across 24 different countries and record total prize fund of $148.5m.
  • New events in Dubai, Bahrain, return of the Volvo China Open.
  • Begins with five new ‘Global Swings’ with a combined $2million Bonus Pool.
  • ‘Back 9’ of the season then incorporates nine of the Tour’s most historic events.
  • Season ends with back-to-back Rolex Series events in the ‘DP World Tour Play-Offs’.

The DP World Tour today announces its schedule for the 2024 season, one which will feature a minimum of 44 tournaments in 24 countries and across five continents, underlining its status as golf’s global Tour.

Showcasing diverse international players, cultures, countries and venues, the 2024 season also features a host of new enhancements across its entire 13 month global odyssey, with members competing for an overall record prize fund of $148.5 million (excluding the Majors). Click here to view the full schedule.

The 2024 Race to Dubai will feature three new and distinct phases – five innovative ‘Global Swings’ from November 2023 to August 2024; an historic ‘Back 9’ from September 2024 to October 2024; and two ‘DP World Tour Play-Offs’ in November 2024.

Season ending DP World Tour Championship will take place at Jumeirah Golf Estates, UAE

As in previous years, the consistent thread throughout the course of the season will be the five Rolex Series events – the premium category of events on the DP World Tour. In 2024 these will be: the Hero Dubai Desert Classic (January), the Genesis Scottish Open (July), the BMW PGA Championship (September), the Abu Dhabi Championship (November) and the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai (November) – tournaments which will continue to showcase the Tour’s leading players and innovation.

The schedule also features two new tournaments – the Dubai Invitational (Jan 11-14) and the Bahrain Championship (Feb 1-4), while the Volvo China Open (May 2-5) returns to the schedule for the first time since 2019. There are also date changes for three existing tournaments – the Danish Golf Championship (which moves to Aug 22-25), the Betfred British Masters hosted by Sir Nick Faldo, (Aug 29 – Sept 1), and the Abu Dhabi Championship (Nov 7-10). The Nedbank Golf Challenge Hosted by Gary Player moves into December and will be one of the opening events on the Tour’s 2025 schedule.

Keith Pelley, the DP World Tour’s Chief Executive, said: “Our 2024 season will see our members come together to compete across a global schedule, with greater opportunities and rewards than ever before.

“The many new and original enhancements we have introduced will guarantee drama and excitement for our fans, our broadcasters and all our stakeholders across the entire season and means, more than ever, that every week counts on the DP World Tour.”

European Tour Destinations that will be hosting tournaments are:

11th – 14th January 2024
Dubai Invitational 🇦🇪
📍 Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

18th – 21st January 2024
Hero Dubai Desert Classic 🇦🇪
📍 Emirates Golf Club

21st – 24th March 2024
Singapore Classic 🇸🇬
📍 Laguna National Golf Resort Club

2nd – 5th May 2024
Volvo China Open 🇨🇳
📍 Hidden Grace Golf Club

10th – 13th October 2024
Open De France 🇫🇷
📍 Le Golf National

14th – 17th November 2024
DP World Tour Championship 🇦🇪
📍 Jumeirah Golf Estates

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