All information about the 2021-2022 season

With nearly 1,000 golfers participating in the 2021-2022 season, the PGA Tour remains the standard in the world of golf. The American counterpart of the European Tour, the contested professional circuit across the Atlantic is followed by millions of television viewers around the world. Presentation for the 2021-2022 PGA Tour season.

PGA Tour: The best circuit in the world

Created in 1929, the PGA (Professional Golfers’ Association) Tour is the men’s professional circuit. It includes approximately 50 tournaments played on US soil, as well as the four major tournaments (the major tournaments, the US Open, the British Open, and the USPGA), although they are not regulated by the WTA Tour. If it attracts a large number of golfers around the planet, this is also due to the very high prize pools. On average, it ranges between $3-10 million depending on the tournaments being played. Starting in September, the regular season continues until August of the following year. The 125 best golfers in the standings compete in the playoffs, then the Champions Tour gathers the top 30 golfers who will compete for victory.

The best golfers in the world take part in the American Tour

We must not hide it, if the PGA circuit is the most glorified, it is also because of its very high fortunes. As a result, the best golfers on the planet are participating, providing a standard unparalleled in the world! Scotty Scheffler, Colin Morikawa, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay (2021 PGA Tour winner) and all the other stars of this sport have made it into a circuit with constant fighting during every championship!

The record of the past 20 years shows that the best golfers in the world want to win not only the major tournaments, but also the ultimate PGA Tour rankings:

2021: Patrick Cantlay (USA).

2020: Dustin Johnson (USA).

2019: Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland).

2018: Justin Thomas (USA).

2017: Justin Thomas (USA).

2016: Dustin Johnson (USA).

2015: Jordan Spieth (USA)

2014: Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)

2013: Tiger Woods (USA)

2012: Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)

2011: Luke Donald (England)

2010: Matt Kochar (USA)

2009: Tiger Woods (USA)

2008: Vijay Singh (Fiji).

2007: Tiger Woods (USA).

2006: Tiger Woods (USA)

2005: Tiger Woods (USA).

2004: Vijay Singh (Fiji).

2003: Vijay Singh (Fiji).

2002: Tiger Woods (USA)

2001: Tiger Woods (USA).

PGA Tour calendar 2021-2022

The 2021-2022 PGA Tour season consists of 50 stages this season, the premier circuit in the world of golf:

  • From September 16 to September 19, 2021 – Fortinet Championship: Winner Max Homa
  • From September 24 to September 26 – Ryder Cup: United States of America
  • September 30 to October 3 – Sanderson Farms Championship: Winner Sam Burns
  • October 7 to October 10 – Shriners Kids Open: Winner Sungjae im
  • Oct 14 to Oct 17 – THE CJ CUP @ SUMMIT: WINNER Rory McIlroy
  • October 21 to October 24 – Zuzu Championship: Winner Hideki Matsuyama
  • Oct 28 to Oct 31 – Butterfield Bermuda Championship: Winner Lucas Herbert
  • November 4 to November 7 – World Tech Championships in Mayakoba: Winner Victor Hovland
  • November 11 to November 14 – Houston Open: Winner Jason Kocrack
  • November 18 to November 21 – RSM Classic Race: Winner Taylor Gotsch
  • Dec 02 – Dec 5 – Global Champion Challenge: Winner Victor Hovland
  • Dec 10 to Dec 12 – QBE Shootout: Winner Kevin Na, Jason Kocrack
  • Jan 6 – Jan 9 – Guard Championship of Champions: Winner Cameron Smith
  • January 13 to January 16 – Sony opens in Hawaii Results: Winner Hideki Matsuyama
  • Jan 20 to Jan 23 – American Express: Winner Hudson Swafford
  • January 26 to January 29 – Farmers Insurance Open: Winner Luke is not
  • February 3 to February 6 – AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Winner Tom Hogg
  • February 10 to February 13 – Opening of Phoenix Management for Waste Management: Winner Scotty Scheffler
  • February 17 to February 20 – The Genesis Invitational: Winner Joaquin Niemann
  • From February 24 to February 27 – Honda Classic: Winner Seb Straka
  • March 3 to March 6 – Puerto Rico Open: Winner Ryan Brihm
  • From March 3 to March 6 – Arnold Palmer Invitational: Winner Scotty Scheffler
  • March 10 to March 13 – THE PLAYERS TOURNAMENT: WINNER Cameron Smith
  • March 17 to March 20 – Valspar Championship: Winner Sam Burns
  • March 23 to March 27 – World Golf Championship – Dell Technologies Match Play: Winner Scotty Scheffler
  • March 24 to March 27 – Corales Puntacana Championship: Winner Chad Ramy
  • March 31 to April 3 – Valero Texas Open: Winner JJ Spoon
  • From April 7 to April 10 – The Masters Tournament: Winner Scotty Scheffler
  • April 14 to April 17 – RBC Heritage: Winner Jordan Spieth
  • Apr 21 – Apr 24 – Zurich Classic from New Orleans: Winner Cantlay and X. Shuili
  • From April 28 to May 1 – Mexico Open: Winner John Ram
  • May 5 – May 8 – Wells Fargo Championship: Winner Max Homa
  • May 12 to May 15 – AT&T Byron Nelson
  • May 19 – May 22 – PGA Championship
  • May 26 to May 29 – Charles Schwab Challenge
  • June 2 to June 5 – Memorial Tournament presented by Workday
  • June 9 to June 12 – RBC Canadian Open
  • June 16 to June 19 – US Open
  • June 23 – June 26 – Travelers Championship
  • June 30 to July 3 – John Deere Classic
  • July 7 – July 10 – Barbasol Championship
  • July 7 to July 10 – Genesis Scottish Open
  • July 14 – July 17 – Barracuda Championship
  • July 14 to July 17 – The Open Championship
  • July 21 to July 24 – 3pm open
  • July 21 to July 31 – Classic Mortgage Rocket
  • August 4 – August 7 – Wyndham Championship
  • August 11 to August 14 – FedEx St. Championships Jude
  • August 18 to August 21 – BMW Championship
  • August 25 to August 28 – Tour Championship

PGA Tour 2022 leaderboard: Scottie Scheffler domination

After 32 stages this season, American Scottie Scheffler won first placeVerse The flagship of the season, which is at the top of the PGA Tour ratings*. Patrick Cantlay, PGA Tour 2021 winner, is only 4y. But with 18 championships still remaining, in addition to the playoffs, nothing has been decided in the final rankings:

1 Scotty Scheffler 2788 points

2 Sam Burns 1552 points

3 Cameron Smith 1544 points

4 Patrick Cantlay 1410 points

5 Hideki Matsuyama 1376 points

6 Max Huma 1342 points

7 John Ram 1270 points

8 Taylor Gotch 1,205 Points

9 Tom Hogg 1186 points

10 Sungjae Im 1,117 points

* Arranged on 05/08/2022


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