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The 2024 golf calendar: Every tournament, dates and results

Planet Sport brings you the 2024 golf calendar and all the results from across the USPGA, DP World Tour, LIV Golf and Women's Majors.

The world's top golfers gather for the 2024 season as they aim to claim glory and prize money on the tours across the world over the next twelve months.

Obviously the big focus is on the four Majors - The Masters, the PGA Championship, the US Open and of course The Open Championship - which take place between April and July.

Scottie Scheffler took the first Major of the year, claiming a nerveless second Masters title in the space of three years at Augusta National.

In May, Xander Schauffele answered questions about his ability to close out tournaments in emphatic fashion with a wire-to-wire victory in the US PGA Championship.

At Pinehurst in June, Rory McIlroy let a 10-year wait for a fifth major slip through his fingers as Bryson DeChambeau claimed his second US Open title.

You can follow all the live golf action from across the globe by using Planet Sport's live scores and news, plus you can also have a punt before and during the tournaments with Planet Sport Bet.


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July 11-14

Scottish Open (World Golf Champs)
The Evian Championship (Women's Majors)
LIV Golf Andalucia (Jul 12-14)

 

July 2024

 

July 18-21

The 152st Open Championship (Majors)
Barracuda Championship (World Golf Champs)

 

 

July 25-28

3M Open (USPGA)
LIV Golf UK (Jul 26-28)


August 2024

 

August 8-11

Wyndham Championship (USPGA)

 

August 15-18

FedEx St.Jude Championship (USPGA)
Czech Masters (DP World Tour)
Women's Scottish Open (Women's Majors)
LIV Golf Greenbrier (Aug 16-18)

 

August 22-25

BMW Championship (USPGA)
Danish Golf Championship (DP World Tour)
Women's Open (Women's Majors)

 

Aug 29-September 1

Tour Championship (USPGA)
British Masters (DP World Tour)


September 2024

 

September 5-8

European Masters (DP World Tour)

 

September 12-15

Irish Open (DP World Tour)

 

September 19-22

BMW PGA Championship (DP World Tour)


September 26-29

Open de Espana (DP World Tour)


October 2024

 

October 3-6

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (DP World Tour)

 

October 10-13

Open de France (DP World Tour)

 

October 17-20

Andalucia Masters (DP World Tour)

 

November 2024

 

November 7-10

Abu Dhabi Championship (DP World Tour)

 

November 14-17

Jumeirah Golf Estates (DP World Tour)
 

 

2024 golf results so far...

Bryson DeChambeau wins 2024 US Open

 

July

July 4-7

American Davis Thompson set a tournament record score on his way to winning the John Deere Classic. Full report

Ewen Ferguson fought back tears after claiming his third DP World Tour title in the BMW International Open in Munich to secure a spot in the Open Championship. Full report

 

June

June 27-30

Australia's Cam Davis won the Rocket Mortgage Classic for the second time in four years following a last-hole blunder from Akshay Bhatia. Full report

Germany's Marcel Siem emerged victorious against Northern Ireland's Tom McKibbin in a play-off to seal his sixth DP World Tour title after a dramatic finale to the Italian Open. Full report

 

June 20-23

Scottie Scheffler chalked up his sixth win of the season in the Travelers Championship, where climate protesters stormed the 18th green. Full report

Italy’s Guido Migliozzi won his fourth DP World Tour title following a three-man play-off at the KLM Open.

Amy Yang stumbled but ultimately recovered to win her first major title at KPMG Women's PGA Championship. Full report.

England's Tyrrell Hatton won his first LIV Golf title thanks after a six-under-par final round in Nashville.

 

June 13-16

Bryson DeChambeau took advantage of Rory McIlroy's uncharacteristic errors to claim his second US Open title at Pinehurst. Full report

 

June 6-9

Despite being pushed all the way by Collin Morikawa, world number one Scottie Scheffler recorded his fifth victory of the year at the Memorial Tournament. Full report

Linn Grant came from 11 shots back to become the first woman to win two DP World Tour titles, thanks in no small part to runaway 54-hole leader Sebastian Soderberg's spectacular collapse at the Scandinavian Mixed. Full report

Carlos Ortiz claimed his first LIV Golf win of his career after winning the LIV Golf Houston by one shot over Adrian Meronk.

 

May 30- Jun 2

Scotland's Robert MacIntyre recovered to win the RBC Canadian Open, his first PGA Tour victory. Full report

Laurie Canter secured his first DP World Tour title at the European Open in Hamburg. Full report

Japan's Yuka Saso overturned a three-shot deficit to win her second US Open title in a chaotic final round at Lancaster Country Club. Full report

 

May

Xander Schauffele

May 23-26

Davis Riley cruised to his first individual PGA Tour title in the Charles Schwab Challenge as world number one Scottie Scheffler failed to mount a final-day charge. Full report

Nacho Elvira won his second DP World Tour title as he held off the challenge of former Ryder Cup star Thomas Pieters at the Soudal Open. Full report

 

May 16-19

Xander Schauffele carded a final round of 65 to hold off the challenges of Bryson DeChambeau and Viktor Hovland to secure a maiden major title in the US PGA Championship. Full report

 

May 9-12

Rory McIlroy won his second PGA Tour title in as many weeks when he overhauled leader Xander Schauffele with a stunning back-nine display at the Wells Fargo Championship. Full report

Chris Gotterup won his first PGA Tour title at the Myrtle Beach Classic with a six-stroke victory at Dunes Golf & Beach Club.

 

May 2-5

A dramatic two-shot swing on the 72nd hole saw Canada's Taylor Pendrith claim his maiden PGA Tour title at the CJ Cup Byron Nelson. Full report

A superb closing 65 was enough for Adrian Otaegui to clinch the Volvo China Open by one stroke. Full report

Brooks Koepka collected his first LIV Golf win of the year with a two-shot victory at LIV Golf Singapore.

 

April

Scottie Scheffler

April 25-28

Irish pair Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry came through a play-off to win the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Full report

Yuto Katsuragawa clinched a home win at the ISPS Handa Championship in Japan to boost his hopes of playing on the PGA Tour. Full report

American Brendan Steele claimed a one-shot win at LIV Golf Adelaide.

 

April 18-21

Scottie Scheffler made it four wins in five starts with a rain-delayed victory at the RBC Heritage. Full report

American Nelly Korda won her second major championship and her fifth consecutive title when she lifted the Chevron Championship trophy on Sunday. Full report

 

April 11-14

Scottie Scheffler won his second Masters title in three years when he cruised to a four-stroke victory at Augusta National on Sunday. Full report

 

April 4-7

Akshay Bhatia lost the lead and the full use of his shoulder but rallied to win a dramatic play-off to clinch the Valero Texas Open. Full report

South Africa's Dean Burmester claimed his first LIV victory after beating Sergio Garcia in second play-off hole at LIV Golf Miami.

 

March

 

March 28-31

Germany's Stephan Jaeger claimed his first PGA Tour title in the Houston Open as Scottie Scheffler came up agonisingly short in his bid for a third straight victory. Full report

Keita Nakajima set his sights on a PGA Tour card after claiming his first DP World Tour victory at the Hero Indian Open. Full report

 

March 21-24

American Peter Malnati won his second PGA Tour title and first since 2015 at the Valspar Championship. Full report

Jesper Svensson earned his maiden DP World Tour title when he won a dramatic playoff at the Porsche Singapore Classic. Full report

 

March 14-17

A flourishing finish from Scottie Scheffler saw him overturn a five-shot deficit in the final round and became the first player ever to defend their title at The Players Championship. Full report

 

March 7-10

A commanding final-round display from world number one Scottie Scheffler saw him ease to a five-shot victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Full report

Matteo Manassero sealed his first DP World Tour win in over a decade with a stunning finish at the Jonsson Workwear Open. Full report

Brice Garnett won a fourth play-off hole to defeat Erik Barnes and claim the Puerto Rico Open - his second win on the PGA Tour.

Abraham Ancer beat Cameron Smith and Paul Casey on the first play-off hole to win his first individual LIV Golf title in Hong Kong.

 

February

 

February 29- March 3

American Austin Eckroat secured a maiden PGA Tour title on his 50th start at the weather-affected Cognizant Classic. Full report

American Jordan Gumberg edged out home favourite Robin Williams in a play-off at the SDC Championship in South Africa after carding a flawless 68 in his final round. Full report

Chile's Joaquin Niemann won LIV Golf Jeddah by four shots, his second title in three LIV Tour starts this season.

 

February 22-25

Despite seeing his four-shot overnight lead wiped out early, PGA Tour rookie Jake Knapp held on to claim his maiden Tour title at the Mexico Open. Full report

Delivery driver Joe Dean finished a life-changing week at the Magical Kenya Open with a closing 67 as he finished in a tie for second behind Darius van Driel in Nairobi. Full report

 

February 15-18

Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama came from way back to earn an incredible three-shot win at the 2024 Genesis Invitational. Full report

 

February 8-11

Nick Taylor rode a late surge to secure his fifth PGA Tour title in the second hole of a playoff against Charley Hoffman at the WM Phoenix Open. Full report

Japanese star Rikuya Hoshino held on to win the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters by one stroke in the desert. Full report

Dustin Johnson battled cold and windy conditions to claim LIV Golf Las Vegas title by one shot, his third triumph of the tour.

 

February 1-4

Wyndham Clark was declared the winner of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after extensive wind and rain forced the PGA to cancel the final day of play. Full report

Dylan Frittelli chalked up his first win in nearly five years at the 2024 Bahrain Championship. Full report

Joaquin Niemann beat Sergio Garcia in a fourth play-off hole to win the LIV Golf Mayakoba title in Mexico.

 

January

Rory McIlroy

January 28

No-one could catch Thorbjorn Olesen at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship this weekend as he raced to a comfortable victory in the UAE on Sunday. Full report

 

January 27

Matthieu Pavon became the first French player to win on the PGA Tour since Arnaud Massy in 1907 as he secured the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego. Full report

 

January 21

Young amateur Nick Dunlap wrote his name into the history books after winning The American Express by one stroke. Full report

The indomitable Rory McIlroy executed a superlative comeback to be crowned King of the Desert for a fourth time at the Dubai Desert Classic. Full report

 

January 14

Grayson Murray drained a clutch long-range birdie on the first play-off hole to defeat Keegan Bradley and An Byeong-hun and win the Sony Open in Hawaii. Full report

Tommy Fleetwood held off friend Rory McIlroy to win the inaugural 2024 Dubai Invitational at Dubai Creek Resort on Sunday. Full report

 

January 7

Chris Kirk showed nerves of steel to hold on for a one-stroke victory at the PGA Tour’s opening event, The Sentry. Full report

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