As Europe moves on from a disappointing performance at The Ryder Cup, we look ahead to The 2022 Golf Majors and find out what’s in store for players and spectators alike.
The Master 2022
7 – 10 April 2022
Augusta National, Georgia, USA
Alternatively known as the Augusta National Golf Club, where the tournament is conducted, The Masters was first played in 1934 and marks the start of the traditional golf season.
The world’s greatest golfers will gather for 4 days to contest for the famous Green Jacket, marking them as an honorary member of the club it is played at.
A ban on mobile phones and a zero-tolerance stance on any form of drunken behaviour, the Masters is truly a stand-alone example of an event whose priorities remain steadfast and wholesome. It’s an event that is bound by traditions including the ceremonial first tee shot, the brilliant par 3 tournament, the champions dinner and that green jacket.
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US PGA Championship 2022
19-22 May 2022
Southern Hills, Oaklahoma, USA
The PGA Championship used to mark the end of the major championship season and was known by many as “Glory’s Last Shot”. However, since 2019 the tournament has run in May, making it the second Major of the year after The Masters.
Conducted by the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) of America, the championship is played across several golf courses in the U.S, including Oakland Hills, Whistling Straits, Baltusrol, Hazeltine, Valhalla, and Medinah.
The tournament always attracts the top players and previous winners include the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods.
US Open 2022
16-19 June 2022
The Country Club at Brookline, Massachusetts, USA
It is one of the most popular golf tournaments played in the U.S. The tournament was initiated in 1895 and has since then been conducted in various courses every year. Some of the most popular courses include Shinnecock Hills, Winged Foot, Oakmont, Pebble Beach, Hazeltine, to name a few.
Golf fans from around the world will be flocking to Massachusetts as Brookline Country Club hosts The 2022 U.S. Open Championship.
The Open Championship 2022
14-17 July 2022
Old Course St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland
The oldest golf championship in the world is The Open Championship, which has crossed its 150th year.
It is played on some of the renowned courses around the world, including St Andrews, Turnberry, Carnoustie, Royal Lytham and Royal Liverpool to name a few.
The likes of Willie Park Snr and Old Tom Morris could never have imagined what The Open would become when they played in the 1st Championship at Prestwick in 1860, with a field of just 8 players. Now, a 149 Opens later, The 2022 Open Championship will be hosted at one of the UK’s finest golfing venue, Old Course St Andrews.
On what is sure to be a historic Open with record crowds, the world’s greatest players will descend on Fife to try and capture the Claret Jug. The Home of Golf, the home of great Champions. The 150th Open will be played on the historic links of The Old Course for the 30th time.
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