European and PGA Tour golf schedule and results 2017

Last Updated November 07 2017, 15:24Golf
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A full schedule complete with details of every champion and round-by-round reports for the 2017 PGA and European Tour seasons.

January 5-8

PGA Tour

SBS Tournament of Champions

Champion: Justin Thomas

January 12-15

PGA Tour

Sony Open in Hawaii

Champion: Justin Thomas

European Tour

BMW SA Open

Champion: Graeme Storm

January 19-22

PGA Tour

CareerBuilder Challenge

Champion: Hudson Swafford

European Tour

Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

Champion: Tommy Fleetwood

January 26-29

PGA Tour

Farmers Insurance Open

Champion: Jon Rahm

European Tour

Qatar Masters

Champion: Jeunghun Wang

February 2-5

PGA Tour

Waste Management Phoenix Open

Champion: Hideki Matsuyama

European Tour

Omega Dubai Desert Classic

Champion: Sergio Garcia

February 9-12

PGA Tour

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Champion: Jordan Spieth

European Tour

Maybank Championship Malaysia

Champion: Fabrizio Zanotti

February 16-19

PGA Tour

Genesis Open

Champion: Dustin Johnson

European Tour

ISPS Handa World Super 6

Champion: Brett Rumford

February 23-26

PGA Tour

The Honda Classic

Champion: Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler survived a front-nine wobble to win the Honda Classic, his fourth PGA Tour title. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Joburg Open

Champion: Darren Fichardt

South African fans were treated to a home winner as a birdie at the 72nd hole saw Darren Fichardt land the Joburg Open. Click here for report & scores

March 2-5

PGA/European Tour

WGC-Mexico Championship

Champion: Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson won the WGC-Mexico Championship by one shot from our Ben Coley's 200/1 each-way tip Tommy Fleetwood. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Tshwane Open

Champion: Dean Burmester

Dean Burmester stormed to his first European Tour title in the Tshwane Open as overnight joint leader Scott Jamieson suffered a nightmare final day. Click here for report & scores

March 9-12

PGA Tour

Valspar Championship

Champion: Adam Hadwin

Adam Hadwin claimed his first PGA Tour title by one shot at the Valspar Championship in Florida. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Hero Indian Open

Champion: SSP Chawrasia

SSP Chawrasia romped to a seven-shot victory as he successfully defended his title in the Hero Indian Open. Click here for report & scores

March 16-19

PGA Tour

Arnold Palmer Invitational

Champion: Marc Leishman

Marc Leishman produced a 50-foot eagle on the 70th hole of the tournament en route to victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Click here for report & scores

March 23-26

PGA/European Tour

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

Champion: Dustin Johnson

World number one Dustin Johnson overcame spirited resistance from Spain's Jon Rahm to make history by winning the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, his third tournament victory in succession. Click here for report & results

Puerto Rico Open

Champion: D.A. Points

D.A. Points won his first PGA Tour title since 2013 with victory in the Puerto Rico Open. Click here for report & scores

March 30-April 2

PGA Tour

Shell Houston Open

Champion: Russell Henley

Georgia's Russell Henley produced a sensational performance to win the Shell Houston Open and book the final Masters ticket. Click here for report & scores

April 6-9

PGA/European Tour

The Masters Tournament

Champion: Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia finally broke his major duck with victory at the Masters after a play-off with Justin Rose. Click here for report & scores

April 13-16

PGA Tour

RBC Heritage

Champion: Wesley Bryan

Luke Donald finished second at the RBC Heritage for the fifth time in nine years as Wesley Bryan captured his first PGA Tour title. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Trophee Hassan II

Champion: Edoardo Molinari

Italian Edoardo Molinari produced a storming finish in regulation play and then beat Paul Dunne on the first hole of sudden death to take the title. Click here for report & scores

April 20-23

PGA Tour

Valero Texas Open

Champion: Kevin Chappell

Kevin Chappell celebrated his first PGA Tour title after winning the Valero Texas Open. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Shenzhen International

Champion: Bernd Wiesberger

Plenty of players had an opportunity on the final day but it was Tommy Fleetwood and Bernd Wiesberger who ended up tied at the top with the Austrian edging home thanks to a birdie on the first extra hole. Click here for report & scores

April 27-30

PGA Tour

Zurich Classic of New Orleans

Champions: Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt

Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt beat Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown in a play-off for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Volvo China Open

Champion: Alexander Levy

France's Alexander Levy won the Volvo China Open for the second time in four years after beating South Africa's Dylan Frittelli in a play-off in Beijing. Click here for report & scores

May 4-7

PGA Tour

Wells Fargo Championship

Champion: Brian Harman

Brian Harman birdied his final two holes to pip Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez and Jon Rahm in thrilling fashion. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

GolfSixes

Champions: Denmark

Thorbjorn Olesen and Lucas Bjerregaard teamed-up for glory as they beat Australia 3-1 in the final. Click here for report & scores

May 11-14

PGA Tour

The PLAYERS Championship

Champion: Si-Woo Kim

Si-Woo Kim became the youngest winner of the Players Championship as Ian Poulter settled for a share of second. Click here for report & scores

European Tour

Open de Portugal

Champion: Matt Wallace

England's Matt Wallace held off a two-pronged assault on the final day to claim his first European Tour title with a superb wire-to-wire victory in the Open de Portugal. Click here for full report & scores

May 18-21

PGA Tour

AT&T Byron Nelson

Champion: Billy Horschel

Billy Horschel beat Jason Day in a play-off for the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship as the event waved goodbye to TPC Four Seasons. Click here for full report & scores

European Tour

Rocco Forte Open

Champion: Alvaro Quiros

Spain's Alvaro Quiros won back his European Tour card with a dramatic play-off victory in the Rocco Forte Open, ending a six-year winless run. Click here for full report & scores

May 25-28

PGA Tour

Dean & DeLuca Invitational

Champion - Kevin Kisner

Kevin Kisner claimed his second PGA Tour title as he held off stiff competition to win the Dean & Deluca Invitational in Texas. Click here for full report and scores

European Tour

BMW PGA Championship

Champion - Alex Noren

Sweden's Alex Noren overturned a seven-shot deficit with a stunning final round of 62 to win his fifth European Tour title in 11 months in the BMW PGA Championship. Click here for full report and scores

June 1-4

PGA Tour

The Memorial Tournament

Champion: Jason Dufner

Jason Dufner bounced back from a disastrous round three 77 to fire a 68 on a weather-affected final day to take the title by three shots. Click here for full report and scores

European Tour

Nordea Masters

Champion: Renato Paratore

Italy's Renato Paratore claimed his first European Tour title in the Nordea Masters after overnight leader Chris Wood bogeyed the final hole in Malmo. Click here for full report and scores

June 8-11

PGA Tour

FedEx St Jude Classic

Champion: Daniel Berger

The defending champion fired 66-66 over the weekend to come out on top once again in Memphis. Click here for full report and scores.

European Tour

Lyoness Open

Champion: Dylan Frittelli

A host of players had their chance to win on the final day at the Diamond Country Club but it was the South African who emerged to claim his first European Tour title. Click here for full report and scores

June 15-18

PGA/European Tour

US Open

Champion: Brooks Koepka

Koepka sealed his first major title - in a record-equalling US Open low score - with a string of birdies on the back nine at Erin Hills as a gaggle of rivals fell away. Click here for full report and scores

June 22-25

PGA Tour

Travelers Championship

Champion: Jordan Spieth

Spieth may not have been at his best on the final day but he came through when it mattered as he holed out from a greenside bunker to deny Daniel Berger in a play-off. Click here for full report and scores

European Tour

BMW International Open

Champion: Andres Romero

The Argentine emerged from the golfing wilderness with a power-packed finish to take the title in Munich by a shot. Click here for full report and scores

June 30-July 2

PGA Tour

Quicken Loans National

Champion: Kyle Stanley

Charles Howell III is defeated at the first extra play-off hole. Click here for full report and scores

European Tour

HNA Open de France

Champion: Tommy Fleetwood

The rising star produced a flawless final-round 66 to win event two of the European Tour's Rolex Series. Click here for full report and scores

July 6-9

PGA Tour

Greenbrier Classic

Champion: Xander Schauffele

The PGA Tour rookie claimed his maiden victory thanks to a three-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole. Click here for full report and scores.

European Tour

Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

Champion: Jon Rahm

The superstar Spaniard routed his field with a closing 65 to take the title by six shots. Click here for full report and scores.

July 13-16

PGA Tour

John Deere Classic

Champion: Bryson DeChambeau

It was a maiden PGA Tour success for DeChambeau as birdies on his closing two holes pipped Patrick Rodgers. Click here for full report and scores.

European Tour

Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open

Champion: Rafa Cabrera-Bello

Callum Shinkwin dropped a shot on the 72nd hole and then lost out to the Spaniard in sudden death. Click here for full report and scores.

July 20-23

European/PGA Tour

The Open Championship

Champion: Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth produced one of the greatest finishes at the Open Championship to win a first Claret Jug at Birkdale. Click here for full report and scores.

PGA Tour

Barbasol Championship

Champion: Grayson Murray

Grayson Murray overhauled overnight leader Scott Stallings to win the Barbasol Championship. Click here for full report and scores.

July 27-30

PGA Tour

RBC Canadian Open

Champion: Jhonattan Vegas

Jhonattan Vegas defended his RBC Canadian Open by beating Charley Hoffman at the first extra play-off hole. Click here for full report and scores.

European Tour

Porsche European Open

Champion: Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith claimed his first European Tour title after a play-off at the Porsche European Open near Hamburg. Click here for full report and scores.

August 3-6

PGA/European Tour

WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

Champion: Hideki Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama stormed to a remarkable sixth victory in his last 20 events as Rory McIlroy's bid for a second WGC-Bridgestone Invitational title petered out in Akron. Click here for full report and scores.

PGA Tour

Barracuda Championship

Champion: Chris Stroud

Chris Stroud won a three-man play-off against fellow American Richy Werenski and England's Greg Owen to claim the Barracuda Championship. Click here for full report and scores.

August 10-13

PGA/European Tour

PGA Championship

Champion: Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas landed a 50/1 Ben Coley tip as he held his nerve on the final day to land his first major with a two-shot victory at Quail Hollow. Click here for report and scores.

August 17-20

PGA Tour

Wyndham Championship

Champion: Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson's late birdie blitz denied Ben Coley's 80/1 each-way tip Ollie Schniederjans victory at the Wyndham Championship. Click here for report and scores.

European Tour

Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play

Champion: Adrian Otaegui

Adrian Otaegui won his first European Tour title by beating Marcel Siem 2&1 in the final of the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play. Click here for report and results.

Fiji International

Champion: Jason Norris

Australian Jason Norris claimed his maiden European Tour title with a four-stroke victory at the Fiji International. Click here for report and results.

August 24-27

PGA Tour

The Northern Trust

Champion: Dustin Johnson

The world number one claimed a dramatic play-off victory over Jordan Spieth following a ding-dong battle over the closing holes. Click here for report and results.

European Tour

Made In Denmark

Champion: Julian Suri

The American fired a closing 64 at Himmerland Golf and Spa Resort to cruise home by four shots from David Horsey for his maiden European Tour title. Click here for report and results.

August 31-September 3

European Tour

D&D Real Czech Masters

Champion: Haydn Porteous

The South African overturned a two-shot deficit in the final round to win his second European Tour title. Click here for report and results.

September 1-4

PGA Tour

Dell Technologies Championship

Champion: Justin Thomas

The bang-in-form Thomas landed his fifth victory of the PGA Tour season as he came home three shots clear of Jordan Spieth. Click here for report and results.

September 7-10

European Tour

Omega European Masters

Champion: Matthew Fitzpatrick

The young Englishman got the better of Scott Hend after a sudden-death play-off in the mountains of Switzerland. Click here for report and results.

September 14-17

PGA Tour

BMW Championship

Champion: Marc Leishman

Australian Marc Leishman eased to an emphatic wire-to-wire victory to claim his second PGA Tour title of the season. Click here for report and results.

European Tour

KLM Open

Champion: Romain Wattel

The Frenchman finally claimed his first European Tour title by one shot from Austin Connelly after a tense final day in Holland. Click here for report and results.

September 21-24

PGA Tour

TOUR Championship

Champion: Xander Schauffele

Xander Schauffele won the TOUR Championship on a dramatic day at East Lake which saw Justin Thomas named FedEx Cup Champion. Click here for report and results.

European Tour

Portugal Masters

Champion: Lucas Bjerregaard

Lucas Bjerregaard claimed his first individual European Tour title with an impressive display in the Portugal Masters. Click here for report and results.

September 28-October 1

European Tour

British Masters supported by Sky Sports

Champion: Paul Dunne

Paul Dunne held off a late charge from Rory McIlroy to clinch his maiden European Tour title at the British Masters. Click here for report and results.

October 5-8

European Tour

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

Champion: Tyrrell Hatton

Tyrrell Hatton defended his Alfred Dunhill Links Championship title at St Andrews after a final round 66 secured a three-shot victory. Click here for report and results.

October 12-15

European Tour

Italian Open

Champion: Tyrrell Hatton

Tyrrell Hatton rolled in a 20-foot putt for birdie on the final green to snatch a one-shot victory at the Italian Open. Click here for report and results.

October 19-22


European Tour

Andalucia Valderrama Masters

Champion: Sergio Garcia

October 26-29


European/PGA Tour

WGC-HSBC Champions

Champion: Justin Rose

November 2-5


European Tour

Turkish Airlines Open

Champion: Justin Rose

November 9-12


European Tour

Nedbank Golf Challenge

Defending champion: Alex Noren

November 16-19


European Tour

DP World Tour Championship

Defending champion: Matthew Fitzpatrick


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