PGA Tour Schedule - Dates, Locations, Coverage Of 2014 PGA Events

Beginning in the early part of January with the Tournament of Champions, and last through September at the Tour Championship, the PGA Tour Season lasts approximately nine months, with about 40 tournaments on the schedule. That's a ton of great golf to watch all season long! For the 2013-2014 PGA Tour season, it should be exciting with the No.1 ranking and the FedEx Cup at stake, and players week-in and week-out looking to rise to the top.

Up Next: 2014 Ryder Cup

Starting Friday, September 26th is the 2014 Ryder Cup. Taking place in Perthshire, Scotland this year, action of this event will be shown on live television early in the morning in the United States. Barring any setbacks the trophy should be raised on Sunday, September 28th, but the bigger question is about which team will be hoisting it...Team Europe is a heavy favorite versus a U.S. team without Tiger Woods and some of its other big guns.

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2013-2014 PGA Tour Schedule

The PGA Tour schedule will have more than 40 total events throughout the season. If you are looking for which tournaments are on the schedule and when those tournaments will take place you have found the right page. Below is the complete PGA Tour schedule for the 2013-2014 season all the way through the Ryder Cup. In our schedule chart, you can find links to view the PGA betting odds for each event including tee times, past history, course information and much more. Check it out!

Dates Event Location Purse Points Coverage Champion
9/26 - 9/28 Ryder Cup Centenary @ Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland     GOLF / NBC Europe

Completed Events + Result

Dates Completed Events Location Winner Prize - FedEx Pts.
10/10 - 10/13 Frys.com Open CordeValle GC,
San Martin, California
Jimmy Walker 267 (-17) $900,000 - 500 pts.
10/14 - 10/16 PGA Grand Slam of Golf Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda Adam Scott 134 (-7) $600,000
10/17 - 10/20 Shriners Hospitals For Children Open TPC Summerlin,
Las Vegas, Nevada
Webb Simpson 260 (-24) $1,080,000 - 500 pts.
10/24 - 10/27 CIMB Classic Kuala Lumpur Golf & CC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Ryan Moore 274 (-14) $1,260,000 - 500 pts.
10/31 - 11/3 World Golf Champ. - HSBC Champions Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, China Dustin Johnson 264 (-24) $1,400,000 - 550 pts.
11/7 - 11/10 The McGladrey Classic Seaside Course,
Sea Island, Georgia
Chris Kirk 266 (-14) $990,000 - 500 pts.
11/11 & 12 Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge Rio Secco GC,
Henderson, Nevada
Natalie Gulbis, Stacey Lewis, Christie Kerr $166,000
11/14 - 11/17 OHL Classic at Mayakoba El Camaleon,
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Harris English 263 (-21) $1,080,000 - 500pts.
11/21 - 11/24 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf Royal Melbourne GC, Melbourne, Victoria, Aus. Jason Day 274 (-10) $1,200,000
12/5 - 12/8 Northwestern Mutual World Challenge Sherwood CC,
Thousand Oaks, California
Zach Johnson 275 (-13) $1,000,000
12/13 - 12/15 Franklin Templeton Shootout Tiburon GC,
Naples, Florida
H. English/M. Kuchar (-34) $385,000 each
1/3 - 1/6 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Plantation Course at Kapalua, Maui, Hawai'i Zach Johnson 273 (-19) $1,140,000 - 500pts.
1/9 - 1/12 Sony Open In Hawaii Waialae CC, Honolulu, Hawai'i Jimmy Walker 273 (-17) $1,008,000 - 500pts.
1/16 - 1/19 Humana Challenge w/ the Clinton Foundation PGA West (Palmer),
La Quinta, California
Patrick Reed 260 (-28) $1,026,000 - 500pts.
1/23 - 1/26 Farmers Insurance Open Torrey Pines (South),
La Jolla, California
Scott Stallings 279 (-9) $1,098,000 - 500pts.
1/30 - 2/2 Waste Management Phoenix Open TPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Arizona Kevin Stadler 268 (-16) $1,116,000 - 500pts.
2/6 - 2/9 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California Jimmy Walker 276 (-11) $1,188,000 - 500pts.
2/13 - 2/16 Northern Trust Open Riviera CC, Pacific Palisades, California Bubba Watson 269 (-15) $1,206,000 - 500pts.
2/19 - 2/23 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship GC at Dove Mountain, Marana, Arizona Jason Day defeats
Victor Dubuisson
$1,530,000 - 550pts.
2/27 - 3/2 The Honda Classic PGA National (Champion), Palm Beach Gardens, FL Russell Henley 272 (-8) $1,080,000 - 500pts.
3/6 - 3/9 WGC - Cadillac Championship Trump National Doral - Miami, Florida Patrick Reed 284 (-4) $1,580,000 - 550pts.
3/6 - 3/9 Puerto Rico Open Trump Interrnational GC,
Puerto Rico, Rio Grande
Chesson Hadley 267 (-21) $630,000 - 300pts.
3/13 - 3/16 Valspar Championship Innisbrook - Copperhead, Palm Harbor, Florida John Senden 277 (-7) $1,026,000 - 500pts.
3/20 - 3/23 Arnold Palmer Invitational by M.C. Bay Hill Club & Lodge, Orlando, Florida Matt Every 275 (-13) $1,116,000 - 500pts.
3/27 - 3/30 Valero Texas Open TPC San Antonio,
San Antonio, Texas
Steven Bowditch 280 (-8) $1,116,000 - 500pts.
4/3 - 4/6 Shell Houston Open Redstone GC (Tourney), Humble, Texas Matt Jones 273 (-15) $1,152,000 - 500pts.
4/10 - 4/13 The Masters Augusta National GC, Augusta, Georgia Bubba Watson 280 (-8) $1,620,000 - 600pts.
4/17 - 4/20 RBC Heritage Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head, SC. Matt Kuchar 273 (-11) $1,044,000 - 500pts.
4/24 - 4/27 Zurich Classic of New Orleans TPC Louisiana,
Avondale, Louisiana
Seung-Yul Noh 269 (-19) $1,224,000 - 500pts.
5/1 - 5/4 Wells Fargo Championship Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina J.B. Holmes 274 (-14) $1,242,000 - 500pts.
5/8 - 5/11 The PLAYERS Championship TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida Martin Kaymer 275 (-13) $1,800,000 - 600pts.
5/15 - 5/18 HP Byron Nelson Championship TPC Four Seasons Resort, Irving, Texas Brendon Todd 266 (-14) $1,242,000 - 500pts.
5/22 - 5/25 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Colonial CC,
Ft. Worth, Texas
Adam Scott 271 (-9) $1,152,000 - 500pts.
5/29 - 6/1 the Memorial Tournament Muirfield Village GC,
Dublin, Ohio
H. Matsuyama 275 (-13) $1,116,000 - 500pts.
6/5 - 6/8 FedEx St. Jude Classic TPC Southwind,
Memphis, Tennessee
Ben Crane 270 (-10) $1,044,000 - 500pts.
6/12 - 6/15 U.S. Open Pinehurst No. 2, Pinehurst, North Carolina Martin Kaymer 271 (-9) $1,620,000 - 600pts.
6/19 - 6/22 Travelers Championship TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Connecticut Kevin Streelman 265 (-15) $1,116,000 - 500pts.
6/23 - 6/24 CVS Caremark Charity Classic Rhode Island CC, Barrington, Rhode Island Steve Stricker + Bo Van Pelt $150,000
6/26 - 6/29 Quicken Loans National Congressional CC, Bethesda, Maryland Justin Rose 280 (-4) $1,170,000 - 500pts.
7/3 - 7/6 Greenbrier Classic The Old White TPC, White Sulphur Springs, WV. Angel Cabrera 264 (-16) $1,170,000 - 500pts.
7/10 - 7/13 John Deere Classic TPC Deere Run,
Silvis, Illinois
Brian Harman 262 (-22) $846,000 - 500pts.
7/17 - 7/20 Open Championship Royal Liverpool GC, Hoylake, England Rory McIlroy 271 (-17) $1,665,788 - 600pts.
7/24 - 7/27 RBC Canadian Open Royal Montreal GC (Blue), Ile Bizard, Ontario, Can. Tim Clark 263 (-17) $1,026,000 - 500pts.
7/31 - 8/3 WGC - Bridgestone Invitational Firestone CC (South), Akron, Ohio Rory McIlroy 265 (-15) $1,665,788 - 550pts.
7/31 - 8/3 Barracuda Championship Montreux G&CC,
Reno, Nevada
Geoff Ogilvy +49 $540,000 - 300pts.
8/7 - 8/10 PGA Championship Valhalla GC, Louisville, KY Rory McIlroy 268 (-16) $1,800,000 - 600pts.
8/14 - 8/17 Wyndham Championship Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC Camilo Villegas 263 (-17) $954,000 - 500pts.
8/21 - 8/24 The Barclays Ridgewood CC,
Paramus, New Jersey
Hunter Mahan 270 (-14) $1,440,000 - 2,500pts
8/29 - 9/1 Deutsche Bank Championship TPC Boston, Norton, MA Chris Kirk 269 (-15) $1,440,000 - 2,500pts
9/4 - 9/7 BMW Championship Cherry Hills CC, Englewood, Colorado Billy Horschel 266 (-14) $1,440,000 - 2,500pts
9/11 - 9/14 TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola East Lake GC,
Atlanta, Georgia
Billy Horschel 269 (-11) $1,440,000 - 2,500pts

More About The PGA Tour

The PGA Tour is the governing body, and an organizer of the biggest golf tour in the United States. Originally the PGA Tour was a part of the Professional Golf Association of America. However, in 1968, the PGA Tour split off from the PGA of America to focus on Tour players, and away from golf club professionals.

When the split from the PGA of America was made, it was known by the name of the Tournament Players Division. It wasn't until 1975 that the name change to what we know as the PGA Tour today came about.

The creation of the PGA Tour changed the very nature of the game, allowing it to grow all over the world. Today, there are roughly a dozen major professional golf tours around the world, and while the PGA Tour may not have a direct affiliation with them, it is because of them that the game of golf is able to have all of these tours.

The PGA Tour is certainly the most popular professional golf tour in the world, as the best United States and international players compete on it regularly. In fact, many international players have relocated to the United States to play on the PGA Tour year-round.

The PGA Tour has undergone significant changes over the course of the last four to five decades. The game of golf has grown, and the PGA Tour looks to bring added excitement every season. The creation of the World Golf Championship events, as well as the recent FedEx Cup shows that golf and the PGA Tour is not afraid to change things up and bring in new flavor for the fans.

There were very little changes made to the FedEx Cup points system this season. Actually, the only change comes on how players retain their Tour card. In years past, it's gone by the money list. However, for the 2013-2014 PGA Tour season the top-125 that finish on the FedEx Cup points standings will retain their PGA Tour card. This will definitely encourage players to pay close attention to their FedEx Cup points and their ranking.

For the first four months of the season, players will get the chance to play every week beginning on the West-Coast for several weeks, before moving to the Florida-Swing for several more weeks. Scattered throughout the first third of the season will also be stops in Texas and other spots. From there, we get into the Major Championship portion of the slate, which is really considered the heart of the season. But by the time the final Major of the year rolls around in August for the PGA Championship, the focus will then shift to the FedEx Cup Playoffs to close out the year.

Throughout the season, there are several big tournaments on the schedule. The inclusion of the World Golf Championships, along with the FedEx Cup playoffs adds to the list of compelling events outside of the Major Championships. Of course, the PGA Tour season still revolves around the Majors, that won't change. But these other events that come about are every bit as good, and contain very deep fields.

There are three World Golf Championship events on the schedule. They are the WGC Accenture Match Play, the WGC Cadillac Championship, and the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. Add those to the four playoff tournaments at the end of the year and that is seven huge tournaments outside of the Majors. That's not even including the flagship event that is the PLAYERS Championship in May. Add those together plus The Masters, U.S. Open, British Open, and the PGA Championship, and the PGA Tour season produces some great events.