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Current Tournament
Date Tournament/Course Champion Purse
Mar. 30- Apr. 2
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Shell Houston Open
Golf Club of Houston
Humble, Texas
Champion: Jim Herman Purse: $7,000,000

Past Results
Date Tournament Winner Score/Earnings
Oct. 13- Oct. 16 Safeway Open Winner: Brendan Steele Score/Earnings: 270 (-18); $1,080,000
Oct. 20- Oct. 23 CIMB Classic Winner: Justin Thomas Score/Earnings: 265 (-23); $1,260,000
Oct. 27- Oct. 30 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions Winner: Hideki Matsuyama Score/Earnings: 265 (-23); $1,620,000
Oct. 27- Oct. 30 Sanderson Farms Championship Winner: Cody Gribble Score/Earnings: 268 (-20); $756,000
Nov. 3- Nov. 6 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Winner: Rod Pampling Score/Earnings: 264 (-20); $1,188,000
Nov. 10- Nov. 13 OHL Classic at Mayakoba Winner: Pat Perez Score/Earnings: 263 (-21); $1,260,002
Nov. 17- Nov. 21 The RSM Classic Winner: Mackenzie Hughes Score/Earnings: 265 (-17); $1,080,000
Dec. 1- Dec. 4 Hero World Challenge Winner: Hideki Matsuyama Score/Earnings: 270 (-18); $1,000,000
Jan. 5- Jan. 8 SBS Tournament of Champions Winner: Justin Thomas Score/Earnings: 270 (-22); $1,220,000
Jan. 12- Jan. 15 Sony Open in Hawaii Winner: Justin Thomas Score/Earnings: 253 (-27); $1,080,000
Jan. 19- Jan. 22 CareerBuilder Challenge Winner: Hudson Swafford Score/Earnings: 268 (-20); $1,044,000
Jan. 26- Jan. 29 Farmers Insurance Open Winner: Jon Rahm Score/Earnings: 275 (-13); $1,206,000
Feb. 2- Feb. 5 Waste Management Phoenix Open Winner: Hideki Matsuyama Score/Earnings: 267 (-17); $1,206,000
Feb. 9- Feb. 12 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Winner: Jordan Spieth Score/Earnings: 268 (-19); $1,296,000
Feb. 16- Feb. 19 Genesis Open Winner: Dustin Johnson Score/Earnings: 267 (-17); $1,260,000
Feb. 23- Feb. 26 The Honda Classic Winner: Rickie Fowler Score/Earnings: 268 (-12); $1,152,000
Mar. 2- Mar. 5 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship Winner: Dustin Johnson Score/Earnings: 270 (-14); $1,660,000
Mar. 9- Mar. 12 Valspar Championship Winner: Adam Hadwin Score/Earnings: 270 (-14); $1,134,000
Mar. 16- Mar. 19 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard Winner: Marc Leishman Score/Earnings: 277 (-11); $1,566,000
Mar. 22- Mar. 26 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play Winner: Dustin Johnson Score/Earnings: 1 up; $1,660,000
Mar. 23- Mar. 26 Puerto Rico Open Winner: D.A. Points Score/Earnings: 268 (-20); $540,000
Upcoming Tournaments
Date Tournament/Course Champion Purse
Apr. 6- Apr. 9 The MastersAugusta National Golf Club
Augusta, Georgia
Champion: Danny Willett Purse: $10,000,000
Apr. 13- Apr. 16 RBC HeritageHarbour Town Golf Links
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Champion: Branden Grace Purse: $6,500,000
Apr. 20- Apr. 23 Valero Texas OpenJW Marriott TPC San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas
Champion: Charley Hoffman Purse: $6,200,000
Apr. 27- Apr. 30 Zurich Classic of New OrleansTPC Louisiana
Avondale, Louisiana
Champion: Brian Stuard Purse: $7,100,000
May 4- May 7 Wells Fargo ChampionshipEagle Point Golf Club
Wilmington, North Carolina
Champion: James Hahn Purse: $7,500,000
May 11- May 14 THE PLAYERS ChampionshipTPC Sawgrass
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
Champion: Jason Day Purse: $10,500,000
May 18- May 21 AT&T Byron NelsonFour Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
Irving, Texas
Champion: Sergio Garcia Purse: $7,500,000
May 25- May 28 DEAN & DELUCA InvitationalColonial Country Club
Fort Worth, Texas
Champion: Jordan Spieth Purse: $6,900,000
Jun. 1- Jun. 4 the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideMuirfield Village Golf Club
Dublin, Ohio
Champion: William McGirt Purse: $8,700,000
Jun. 8- Jun. 11 FedEx St. Jude ClassicTPC Southwind
Memphis, Tennessee
Champion: Daniel Berger Purse: $6,400,000
Jun. 15- Jun. 18 U.S. Open ChampionshipErin Hills
Hartford, Wisconsin
Champion: Dustin Johnson Purse: $12,000,000
Jun. 22- Jun. 25 Travelers ChampionshipTPC River Highlands
Cromwell, Connecticut
Champion: Russell Knox Purse: $6,800,000
Jun. 29- Jul. 2 Quicken Loans NationalTPC Potomac at Avenel Farm
Potomac, Maryland
Champion: Billy Hurley III Purse: $7,100,000
Jul. 6- Jul. 9 The Greenbrier ClassicThe Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Champion: Danny Lee Purse: $7,100,000
Jul. 13- Jul. 16 John Deere ClassicTPC Deere Run
Silvis, Illinois
Champion: Ryan Moore Purse: $5,600,000
Jul. 20- Jul. 23 Barbasol ChampionshipRobert Trent Jones at Grand National
Opelika, Alabama
Champion: Aaron Baddeley Purse: $3,500,000
Jul. 20- Jul. 23 The Open ChampionshipRoyal Birkdale Golf Club
Southport, England
Champion: Henrik Stenson Purse: $8,450,000
Jul. 27- Jul. 30 RBC Canadian OpenGlen Abbey Golf Club
Oakville, Canada
Champion: Jhonattan Vegas Purse: $6,000,000
Aug. 3- Aug. 6 Barracuda ChampionshipMontreux Golf and Country Club
Reno, Nevada
Champion: Greg Chalmers Purse: $3,300,000
Aug. 3- Aug. 6 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone InvitationalFirestone Country Club
Akron, Ohio
Champion: Dustin Johnson Purse: $9,750,000
Aug. 10- Aug. 13 PGA ChampionshipQuail Hollow Club
Charlotte, North Carolina
Champion: Jimmy Walker Purse: $10,500,000
Aug. 17- Aug. 20 Wyndham ChampionshipSedgefield Country Club
Greensboro, North Carolina
Champion: Si Woo Kim Purse: $5,800,000
Aug. 24- Aug. 27 THE NORTHERN TRUSTGlen Oaks Club
Old Westbury, New York
Champion: Patrick Reed Purse: $8,750,000
Sep. 1- Sep. 4 Dell Technologies ChampionshipTPC Boston
Norton, Massachusetts
Champion: Rory McIlroy Purse: $8,750,000
Sep. 14- Sep. 17 BMW ChampionshipConway Farms Golf Club
Lake Forest, Illinois
Champion: Dustin Johnson Purse: $8,750,000
Sep. 21- Sep. 24 TOUR ChampionshipEast Lake Golf Club
Atlanta, Georgia
Champion: Rory McIlroy Purse: $8,750,000
Sep. 28- Oct. 1 The Presidents CupLiberty National Golf Club
Jersey City, New Jersey
Champion: - Purse: $0
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