The series had been rumoured for months and caused a huge amount of controversy - not least in the timing of the first event, which takes place the week before the US Open. The eight-tournament series runs from 9 June to 30 October and will comprise seven regular season events and a Team Championship grand finale Match Play.
The USA hosts four of the regular tournaments and the season finale, with the other three regular events shared between venues in England, Thailand and Saudi Arabia. The competition, which features a maximum 48 players competing over three days and 54 holes per event, gets under way on 9 June at the Centurion Club in London.
Other venues include New Jersey's Trump National Golf Club Bedminster and Stonehill Golf Club in Bangkok. The last of the regular events will be played between 14 October and 16 October in Saudi Arabian capital Jeddah at Royal Greens Golf Club, which also hosts the Saudi International.
The series concludes with the Team Championship between 27 October and 30 October, at the second Donald Trump-owned course to host one of the events, Trump National Doral in Miami. The finale is reported to be a 'seeded four-day, four-round, match play knock-out' where 12 teams will compete for a $50m purse.
Below is the full list of dates and venues.
Saudi Super League Venues
- June 9 – 11: Centurion Golf Club – London
- July 1 – 3: Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club – Portland
- July 29 – 31: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster – New Jersey
- September 2 – 4: The International – Boston
- September 16 – 18: Rich Harvest Farms – Chicago
- October 7 – 9: Stonehill Golf Club – Bangkok
- October 14 – 16: Royal Greens Golf Club – Jeddah
- October 27 – 30: Team Championship - Trump National Doral - Miami
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Mike grew up in East Yorkshire and began his career in journalism in 1997. He then moved to London in 2003 as his career flourished, and nowadays resides in New Brunswick, Canada, where he and his wife raise their young family less than a mile from his local course.
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