PGA Tour Schedule And Results 2023

The PGA Tour schedule for the 2022/23 season is confirmed, and it includes some huge purse increases

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The 2022/23 PGA Tour schedule is made up of 47 tournaments comprising 44 regular season events and culminating in the three FedEx Cup Playoffs. 

The most significant changes from last year concern the purses on offer. With LIV Golf expanding its schedule for 2023, the PGA Tour has responded with some huge prize money increases in an attempt to combat the threat.

The purse for the Sentry Tournament of Champions leapt from $8.2m to $15m, while the Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, Memorial Tournament and WGC-Match Play are to feature total prize pots of $20m - up from $12m. 

At March's Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass, the game's biggest names will compete for a record $25m, while the FedEx St. Jude Championship and BMW Championship have had their purses increased from $15m to $20m. 

Team USA's Ryder Cup standings will also be finalised at the conclusion of the second BMW Championship, while European hopefuls will have until September 3 to qualify automatically for Luke Donald's side.

The WGC-Match Play at Austin Country Club is the only World Golf Championship on the schedule following the announcement of the PGA Tour's 13 "designated events" aimed at getting the best players together more often. The co-sanctioned Genesis Scottish Open in July also returns as part of the DP and PGA Tour's ongoing strategic alliance.

Speaking on the changes, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said: "We’ve heard from our fans and the overwhelming sentiment was that they wanted more consequences for both the FedEx Cup Regular Season and the Playoffs, and to further strengthen events that traditionally feature top players competing head-to-head. 

"We feel strongly we’ve accomplished all of these objectives and more, creating a cadence of compelling drama for every tournament throughout the season. Each week has its own identity and purpose, and we’re set up for an exciting 2022-23 campaign as we transition into a calendar season in 2024 that will include a number of new and innovative competitive aspects in the fall."

Check out the full schedule, including the winners and the prize money on offer.

2023 PGA Tour schedule and results

Rory McIlroy with the 2022 FedEx Cup

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Fortinet Championship
Silverado Resort and Spa
September 15-18
Purse: $8m
Winner: Max Homa

Presidents Cup
Quail Hollow Club
September 22-25
Winners: Team USA

Sanderson Farms Championship
The Country Club of Jackson
September 29 - October 2
Purse: $7.9m
Winner: Mackenzie Hughes

Shriners Children's Open
TPC Summerlin
October 6-9
Purse: $8m
Winner: Tom Kim

ZOZO Championship
Narashino Country Club
October 13-16
Purse: $11m
Winner: Keegan Bradley

The CJ Cup in South Carolina
Congaree Golf Club
October 14-17
Purse: $10.5m
Winner: Rory McIlroy

Butterfield Bermuda Championship
Port Royal Golf Course
October 27-30
Purse: $6.5m
Winner: Seamus Power

World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba
El Camaleon Mayakoba Golf Course
November 4-7
Purse: $8.2m
Winner: Russell Henley

Cadence Bank Houston Open
Memorial Park Golf Course
November 10-13
Purse: $8.4m
Winner: Tony Finau

The RSM Classic
Sea Island Golf Club
November 17-20
Purse: $8.1m
Winner: Adam Svensson

Hero World Challenge
December 1-4
Purse: $3.5m
Winner: Viktor Hovland

QBE Shootout
Tiburón Golf Club
December 8-11
Purse: $3.6m
Winners: Sahith Theegala/Tom Hoge

Sentry Tournament of Champions
Kapalua Resort
January 5-8
Purse: $15m
Winner: Jon Rahm

Sony Open in Hawaii
Waialae Country Club
January 12-15
Purse: $7.9m
Winner: Si Woo Kim

The American Express
PGA West - La Quinta Country Club
January 19-22
Purse: $8m
Winner: Jon Rahm

Farmers Insurance Open
Torrey Pines
January 26-29
Purse: $8.7m
Winner: Max Homa

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Pebble Beach
February 2-5
Purse: $9m
Winner: Justin Rose

WM Phoenix Open
TPC Scottsdale
February 9-12
Purse: $20m
Winner: Scottie Scheffler

Genesis Invitational
Riviera Country Club
February 16-19
Purse: $20m
Winner: Jon Rahm

The Honda Classic
PGA National Members Club
February 23-26
Purse: $8.4m
Winner: Chris Kirk

Arnold Palmer Invitational
Bay Hill
March 2-5
Purse: $20m
Winner: Kurt Kitayama

Puerto Rico Open
Grand Reserve Country Club
March 2-5
Purse: $3.8m
Winner: Nico Echavarria

The Players Championship
TPC Sawgrass
March 9-12
Purse: $25m
Winner: Scottie Scheffler

Valspar Championship
March 16-19
Purse: $8.1m
Winner: Taylor Moore

  • March 23-26: WGC Match Play, Austin Country Club, $20m
  • March 23-26: Corales Puntacana Championship, Puntacana Resort & Club, $3.8m
  • March 30 - April 2: Valero Texas Open, TPC San Antonio, $8.9m
  • April 6-9: The Masters, Augusta National Golf Club, $15m
  • April 13-16: RBC Heritage, Harbour Town, 8.3m
  • April 20-23: Zurich Classic of New Orleans, TPC Louisiana, $8.6m
  • April 27-30: Mexico Championship, Vidanta Vallarta, $7.7m
  • May 4-7: Wells Fargo Championship, Quail Hollow Club, $9.3m
  • May 11-14: AT&T Byron Nelson, TPC Craig Ranch, $9.5m
  • May 18-21: PGA Championship, Oak Hill Country Club, $15m
  • May 25-28: Charles Schwab Challenge, Colonial Country Club, $8.7m
  • June 1-4: the Memorial Tournament, Muirfield Village, $20m
  • June 8-11: RBC Canadian Open, Oakdale Golf and Country Club, $9m
  • June 15-18: US Open, The Los Angeles Country Club, $17.5m
  • June 22-25: Travelers Championship, TPC River Highlands, $8.6m
  • June 29 - July 2: Rocket Mortgage Classic, Detroit Golf Club, $8.8m
  • July 6-9: John Deere Classic, TPC Deere Run, $7.4m
  • July 13-16: Genesis Scottish Open, The Renaissance Club, $8m
  • July 13-16: Barbasol Championship, Keene Trace Golf Club, $3.8m
  • July 20-23: The Open, Royal Liverpool, $14m
  • July 20-23: Barracuda Championship, Tahoe Mountain Club, $3,8m
  • July 27-30: 3M Open, TPC Twin Cities, $7.8m
  • August 3-6: Wyndham Championship, Sedgefield Country Club, $7.6m
  • August 10-13: FedEx St. Jude Championship, TPC Southwind, $20m
  • August 17-20: BMW Championship, Olympia Fields Country Club, $20m
  • August 24-27: Tour Championship, East Lake Golf Club
Mike Hall

Mike has over 25 years of experience in journalism, including writing on a range of sports throughout that time, such as golf, football and cricket. Now a freelance staff writer for Golf Monthly, he is dedicated to covering the game's most newsworthy stories. 

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