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2022 golf calendar: When are the majors? Key dates and venues for The Open, US Open and more

Sky Sports will show over 120 live tournaments in 2022 from across the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour schedules; all four men’s majors and all five women’s majors also live on Sky Sports Golf

Last Updated: 20/06/22 12:43am



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Sky Sports will once again be the home of live golf in 2022, with all four men’s majors and all five women’s majors alongside a record-breaking amount of live PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour action

Sky Sports will once again be the home of live golf in 2022, with all four men’s majors and all five women’s majors alongside a record-breaking amount of live PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour action

Here are all the dates and venues for all of golf’s majors in 2022, along with the details for other significant events in the golfing calendar over the next 12 months…

The first two men’s majors of the year and the opening women’s major have already been contested – with all of them won by American players.

Jennifer Kupcho triumphed at the LPGA Tour’s Chevron Championship in California, beating compatriot Jessica Korda by two strokes to land her maiden major championship.

Then, a week later, men’s world No 1 Scottie Scheffler proved Augusta National’s No 1, picking up his first major crown as he finished three shots clear of Rory McIlroy to win The Masters and claim the Green Jacket.

Highlights from day four of the 2022 Masters at Augusta

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Highlights from day four of the 2022 Masters at Augusta

Highlights from day four of the 2022 Masters at Augusta

The victory was Scheffler’s fourth title in two months, although he would go onto miss the cut in his next major start at the PGA Championship. There, Justin Thomas overturned a seven-stroke deficit during a dramatic final day at Southern Hills to win the Wanamaker Trophy for a second time.

Matt Fitzpatrick then became golf’s newest first-time major champion with a brilliant one-shot victory at the US Open, nine years on from winning the US Amateur at the same venue.

Men’s majors

April 7-10: The Masters – Augusta National, Augusta, Georgia
(Winner – Scottie Scheffler)

May 19-22: PGA Championship – Southern Hills, Tulsa, Oklahoma
(Winner – Justin Thomas)

A look at the best shots from the final round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills

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A look at the best shots from the final round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills

A look at the best shots from the final round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills

June 16-19: US Open – The Country Club, Brookline, Massachusetts
(Winner – Matt Fitzpatrick)

July 14-17: The Open – St Andrews (Old Course), Scotland

Collin Morikawa is a two-time major champion after his victory at The 149th Open

Collin Morikawa is a two-time major champion after his victory at The 149th Open

Women’s majors

March 31-April 3: The Chevron Championship – Mission Hills Country Club, Rancho Mirage, California
(Winner – Jennifer Kupcho)

June 2-5: US Women’s Open – Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club, Southern Pines, North Carolina

(Winner – Minjee Lee)

June 23-26: KPMG Women’s PGA Championship – Congressional Country Club, Bethesda, Maryland

July 21-24: Amundi Evian Championship – Evian Resort Golf Club, Evian-les-Bains, France

August 4-7: AIG Women’s Open – Muirfield, East Lothian, Scotland

Anna Nordqvist's one-shot victory at the 2021 AIG Women's Open was her third major title

Anna Nordqvist’s one-shot victory at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open was her third major title

Men’s team competitions and World Golf Championship events

March 23-27: WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play – Austin CC, Texas, USA
(Winner – Scottie Scheffler)

September 22-25: Presidents Cup – Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina

Tiger Woods was a playing captain when the Presidents Cup last took place in 2019, while Ernie Els led the International Team

Tiger Woods was a playing captain when the Presidents Cup last took place in 2019, while Ernie Els led the International Team

October 27-30: WGC-HSBC Champions – Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, China

Men’s senior majors

May 12-15: Regions Tradition – Greystone Golf & Country Club, Birmingham, Alabama
(Winner – Steve Stricker)

May 26-29: KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship – Harbor Shores Golf Club, Benton Harbor, Michigan
(Winner – Steven Alker)

June 23-26: US Senior Open Championship – Saucon Valley Country Club, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

July 7-10: Bridgestone Senior Players – Firestone Country Club, Akron, Ohio

July 21-24: The Senior Open – Gleneagles Hotel (Kings Course), Perthshire, Scotland

Women’s senior majors

August 25-28: US Senior Women’s Open – NCR Country Club, Kettering, Ohio

TBC – Senior LPGA Championship

Major amateur events

Jan 20-23: Latin America Amateur Championship – Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, Dominican Republic
(Winner – Aaron Jarvis)

June 10-12: Curtis Cup – Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
(Winner – United States 15.5-4.5 Great Britain and Ireland)

June 13-18: The Amateur Championship – Royal Lytham & St Annes and St Annes Old Links, both in Lancashire, England
(Winner – Aldrich Potgieter)

June 20-25: The Women’s Amateur Championship – Hunstanton Golf Club, Norfolk

August 9-14: US Women’s Amateur – Chambers Bay, University Place, Washington

August 16-21: US Amateur Championship – Ridgewood Country Club and Arcola Country Club, both in Paramus, New Jersey

TBC – Women’s Asia-Pacific Championship

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