2022 PGA EuroPro Tour Schedule Confirmed
Following the nail-biting finale to the previous campaign, the PGA EuroPro Tour have unveiled their schedule for the 2022 season.
The tour will visit 15 locations and with £1,000,000 in prize money - in addition to five Challenge Tour cards - there’s plenty to play for as the next batch of hopefuls dream of success.
The tour expect this season to be the biggest to date, with golfers travelling across Wales, Scotland, England and Northern Ireland before the season culminates at the Tour Championship in October, which is expected to be confirmed imminently.
In sequence of Order of Merit finish, Jamie Rutherford, Mitch Waite, Calum Fyfe, Dan Brown and John Parry all secured their Challenge Tour cards for the 2022 season, having graduated from the previous year.
Tour CEO, Dan Godding, is thrilled for the upcoming season: “I am delighted to be able to deliver such an exciting schedule for our members in 2022. Last year, we saw the standard go up several notches and we cannot wait to see what 2022 will bring for our players.
“I would like to thank our partners around the UK and beyond for helping us to be able to deliver what promises to be a special season ahead.”
The first event of the calendar will see the tour visit the home of alumni Tyrrell Hatton, as the players battle it out at Harleyford Golf Club for the IFX Payments Championship (May 25-27).
The following week will see Telford Hotel & Golf Resort host their inaugural EuroPro tournament in the Ignis Management Championship (June 1-3)
From there, the tour will stop off at Donnington Grove Hotel & Golf Club (June 8-10), before heading to Studley Wood Golf Club (June 15-17) and Cumberwell Park (June 22-24) which is coincidentally the home of another tour alumni, Laurie Canter.
The Vale Golf & Country Club has been selected to host the GLAL.UK Worcestershire Masters (July 20-22) prior to returning to last year’s Tour Championship venue Slaley Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort (July 27-29).
As we enter the height of summer, the tour travels to Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate (August 3-5), the venue where graduate Waite secured his first of two wins last season.
Wales are welcomed back into the rotation - the country’s first appearance since 2017 - as Machynys Peninsula Golf & Country Club will host the event (August 8-10).
Clandeboye Golf Club hosted over 5,000 spectators in 2021 and those who attended will be delighted to know that the tour will return in 2022 (August 17-19).
After the visit to Northern Ireland, the tour will journey to Scotland for several events, where Macdonald Spey Valley Resort will return to the rotation before a trip to Leven Links for the penultimate event of the regular season (September 14-16).
Finally, the main season will conclude at Clevedon Golf Club - who were recently re-introduced into the tour - the home of John E. Morgan.
As aforementioned, the Tour Championship will take place in October but no venue has been confirmed as of yet.
Please remember that admission to all of the events are free of charge and spectators are heavily encouraged.
For more information, please visit https://europrotour.com/.
Be part of the action with a selection of unique golf tournament experiences, from playing in a pro-am with the stars to watching the action at golf’s most illustrious events. Whether it’s the Masters or The Open, The Ryder Cup or WM Phoenix Open, build your own bespoke package with the experts at Golfbreaks.com.
What do you think? leave your comments below (Comments)