The European Tour season is set to resume in July with six consecutive tournaments contested in the United Kingdom, aptly titled the ‘UK Swing’. The revamped season will run until December 13 with the season-ending DP World Tour stop in Dubai.

The British Masters, from July 22-25, will kickoff this new six-week stretch, two of which will be at famed Celtic Manor in Newport.

Later in the year, the Scottish Open is set to run from October 8-11 in North Berwick, with the Tour’s flagship PGA Championship stop contested the following week at Wentworth.

The European Tour was suspended on March 8 because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement, the Tour said the return of tournaments was subject to “stringent safety and testing protocols”.

UK Swing

Jul 25: Betfred British Masters
Close House Golf Club, Newcastle
Aug 02: English Open
Marriott Forest of Arden, Birmingham
Aug 09: English Championship
Marriott Hanbury Manor, Hertfordshire
Aug 16: Celtic Classic
The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
Aug 23: Wales Open
The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
Aug 30: UK Championship
The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield

Rolex Series

Oct 11: ASI Scottish Open
The Renaissance Club, North Berwick
Oct 18: BMW PGA Championship
Wentworth Club, Virginia Water
Dec 06: Nedbank Golf Challenge
Gary Player CC, Sun City, South Africa
Dec 13: DP World Tour Championship
Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai, UAE

WGC & Major Championships

Aug 02: WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational
TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Aug 09: U.S. PGA Championship
TPC Harding Park, San Fran, CA, USA
Sep 20: U.S. Open Championship
Winged Foot GC, NY, USA
Nov 01: WGC HSBC Champions
Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, China
Nov 01: The Masters
Augusta National GC, Augusta, GA, USA



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