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The PGA Tour’s fall schedule is sort of set. Here is what we all know

The PGA Tour’s fall schedule is just about set.

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Imagine it or not, the PGA Tour solely has 5 extra weeks earlier than the beginning of the playoffs after which three extra weeks earlier than the top of the 2024 FedEx Cup season.

And whereas the 2025 season not begins in September, golf followers nonetheless have lots to stay up for with the second taking part in of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Fall collection.

The FedEx Cup Fall underwent a rebrand and revamp final 12 months within the wake of Ponte Vedra’s resolution to shift again to a calendar-based schedule mannequin. Gone was the autumn season counting towards subsequent season’s FedEx Cup level complete, nevertheless it nonetheless meant one thing: Tour playing cards.

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Beneath the brand new mannequin, FedEx Cup factors from the earlier season now carry over to the autumn and anybody outdoors the Prime 70 should get throughout the Prime 125 of the standings as a way to retain full member standing on the PGA Tour for the subsequent season.

The autumn collection occasions additionally award 10 positions within the first two Signature occasions of the season (the Pebble Seashore Professional-Am and Genesis in 2024) via the Aon Subsequent 10 checklist.

Whereas no official schedule has been launched, every of the seven official occasions from the 2023 debut is returning for 2024, in addition to the addition of 1 model new PGA Tour occasion, the Black Desert Championship in Utah. There may also be three unofficial occasions earlier than the 12 months closes out, together with the Presidents Cup in September.

Preserve studying under for all the things we all know concerning the PGA Tour’s Fall 2024 schedule.

PGA Tour Fall 2024 Schedule

(*denotes unofficial occasion)

Sept. 9-15: Fortinet Championship

Location: Napa Valley, Calif.
Course: Silverado Resort and Spa
Defending Champion: Sahith Theegala

Sept. 16-22: OFF

(No new occasion introduced)

Sept. 23-29: Presidents Cup*

The Presidents Cup is heading north of the boarder.

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Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Course: Royal Montreal Golf Membership – The Blue Course
Defending Champions: United States

Sept. 30- Oct. 6: Sanderson Farms

Location: Jackson, Mississippi
Course: The Nation Membership of Jackson
Defending Champion: Luke Record

Oct. 7- 13: Black Desert Championship

Location: Ivins, Utah
Course: Black Desert Resort
Defending Champion: New occasion

Oct. 14- 20: Shriners Kids’s Open

tom kim fist pumps
Tom Kim will go for 3 in a row in Vegas.

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Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Course: TPC Summerlin
Defending Champion: Tom Kim

Oct. 21- 27: Zozo Championship

Location: Inzai, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Course: Narashino Nation Membership
Defending Champion: Collin Morikawa

Oct. 28- Nov. 3: OFF

(No new occasion introduced)

Nov. 4- 10: World Huge Know-how Championship

A view of El Cardonal at Diamante, a Tiger Woods-designed course in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Tour is returning to the Tiger Woods-designed El Cardonal for a second 12 months in a row.

Courtesy Diamante

Location: Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Course: El Cardonal at Diamante Cabo San Lucas
Defending Champion: Erik van Rooyen

Nov. 11- 17: Butterfield Bermuda Championship

Location: Southampton Parish, Bermuda
Course: Port Royal Golf Course
Defending Champion: Camilo Villegas

Nov. 18- 24: RSM Basic

Ludvig Aberg does fist-pump on green after sinking winning putt at 2023 RSM Classic
Ludvig Aberg broke via eventually 12 months’s RSM Basic.

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Location: Saint Simons Island, Georgia
Course: Sea Island Golf Membership
Defending Champion: Ludvig Aberg

Nov. 25- Dec. 1: OFF

Dec. 2- 8: Hero World Problem*

Location: Albany, New Windfall, The Bahamas
Course: Albany Golf Course
Defending Champion: Scottie Scheffler

Dec. 2- 8: Grant Thornton Invitational*

Location: Naples, Florida
Course: Tiburon Golf Membership
Defending Champion: Lydia Ko/Jason Day

Jack Hirsh Editor

Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State College, incomes levels in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his highschool golf staff and not too long ago returned to this system to function head coach. Jack additionally nonetheless *tries* to stay aggressive in native amateurs. Earlier than becoming a member of GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but in addition producing, anchoring and even presenting the climate. He may be reached at



Sarah Thompson
Sarah Thompson
Sarah Thompson, an expert in tennis and golf, has covered numerous Grand Slam tournaments and PGA Tours. Her sharp analysis and player insights are a staple of her reporting. Sarah loves playing recreational tennis and is an avid golfer who enjoys weekend rounds with friends.


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