Experience some of the best Golf Tournaments of 2018

Make the starting point for your golf holiday one of the Major Championships or a leading event on the European Tour or PGA TOUR and already a unique trip is in store. Our tournament experiences do just that, putting you in position to watch the action at your bucket list professional event, and that's merely the start. Each of our itineraries begins with travel arrangements (ground and/or air) and handpicked accommodation, before official tournament tickets are added.

Optional, or on occasion built into the trip, are hospitality, golf at local courses or exclusive extras like inside-the-ropes access, tee times on the tournament course after the event or even a place to play in the Pro-Am.

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The Majors

Augusta National
Georgia, USA
5 - 8 April 2018

US Masters

U.S. Open
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
New York, USA
14-17 June 2018

U.S. Open

Carnoustie Golf Links
Carnoustie, Scotland
19-22 July 2018

Open Championship

USPGA Championship
Bellerive Country Club
Missouri, USA
6-12 August 2018

USPGA Championship

Future Major Championships

Year Venue   Date
United States 2018 US Masters - Augusta National April 5th - 8th
United States 2018 US Open - Shinnecock Hills, Long Island, New York June 14th-17th
Scotland 2018 Open Championship - Carnoustie Golf Links, Scotland July 19th - 22nd
United States 2018 PGA Championship - Bellerive CC, St. Louis August 16th - 19th
United States 2019 US Masters - Augusta National   April 11th - 14th
United States 2019 US Open - Pebble Beach, Monterey County   June 13th-16th
Northern Ireland 2019 Open Championship - Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland July 18th - 21st
United States 2019 PGA Championship - Bethpage Black, New York   August 15th - 18th
United States 2020 US Masters - Augusta National   April 9th - 12th
United States 2020 US Open - Winged Foot, Mamaroneck, New York   June 18th-21st
England 2020 Open Championship - Royal St George's, Scotland   July 16th - 19th
United States 2020 PGA Championship - TPC Harding Park, San Francisco   TBD

Major Championship Winners

Country Name Masters Open Championship US Open USPGA Total
America Jack Nicklaus 6 4 3 5 18
America Tiger Woods 4 3 3 4 14
America Walter Hagen 0 2 4 5 11
America Ben Hogan 2 4 1 2 9
South Africa Gary Player 3 1 3 2 9
America Tom Watson 2 1 5 0 7
America Gene Sarazen 1 2 1 3 7
America Arnold Palmer 4 1 2 0 7
America Sam Snead 3 0 1 3 7
America Bobby Jones 0 4 3 0 7

Le Golf National, France
Friday 28th September - Sunday 30th September 2018

While the majors are without doubt the most prestigious tournaments of the golfing calendar, there is one event that rolls around every two years which is without doubt golf's greatest showpiece.

The Ryder Cup sees the best players from the USA face off against the cream of the golfing crop in Europe over three days of intense, patriotic matchplay contests. The event culminates on Singles Sunday which often produces fireworks and sporting drama few other events in world sport can muster. The Miracle at Medinah in 2012 for example, might just be the most captivating sports event in history.

Ryder Cup

Future Ryder Cup Venues

Year Venue
France 2018 Le Golf National, Paris
United States 2020 Whistling Straits, Wisconsin
Italy 2022 The Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, Rome
United States 2022 Bethpage Black Course, New York

The Solheim Cup

Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland
Friday 13th - Sunday 15th September 2019

The Solheim Cup is a biennial tournament contested by teams of 12 players from Europe and the United States. The 2019 event will be the 16th match and of the 15 matches contested, the United States have won 10 and Europe have won 5. The inaugural Solheim Cup was staged in 1990 and the golf club manufacturer Karsten Solheim was instrumental in its introduction hence why it is called the Solheim Cup.

Solheim Cup

European Tour

The European Tour is the stage for the best golfing professionals from outside of the USA to showcase their skills on some of the best golf courses the world has to offer. While the majority of the most lucrative events are held in Western Europe, the tour has expanded in recent years and now brings the game of golf to all four corners of the globe with tournaments taking place in exotic locations including the likes of Africa, Asia and The Middle East.

PGA Tour

Based primarily in the USA – tournaments also make their way to places such as Canada and the Caribbean too – the PGA Tour is where the majority of the world's very best players ply their trade. Iconic courses such as Sawgrass, Pebble Beach and the Blue Monster at Doral host famous names such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy who come in search of golf's biggest prize funds.

WGC - World Golf Championships

  • Mexico Championship - (1-4 March 2018)
  • Dell Match Play - (21-25 March 2018)
  • Bridgestone Invitational - (2-5 August 2018)
  • HSBC Champions - (26-29 October 2018)

Interesting Facts

  • The record attendance at a PGA Tour event for one day was 201,000 Spectators on the third round saturday of the 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open.
  • The Players Championship has the biggest prize fund in golf; $10 million.
  • The 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale, home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open has a capacity of 20,000 spectators including 23 skyboxes!
  • The European Tour visited 26 Countries across 4 Continents in 2015.

Tournament Holidays with Your Golf Travel

Make the most out of your tournament experience and include some local golf in the area. We are able to offer great deals at courses close by to European and PGA Tour Venues. Why not upgrade your holiday?

  • Watch the world's best golfers in action on the European Tour / PGA Tour
  • Create bespoke holidays to include additional rounds of golf in the area.
  • Upgrade your holiday to include hospitality / player meet and greets including Your Golf Travel Ambassador Lee Westwood