Race to Dubai 2017 Schedule

The Race to Dubai features crucial tournaments all the way through the year as it builds towards the DP World Tour Championship in November, where just one or two strokes can make the difference between finishing first and second.

Paddy Power

Following Henrik Stenson’s victory in the 2016 Race to Dubai, the new season will start on 1st December 2016. Find out all the key dates on the schedule below.

December 2016

  • 1st-4th December - Australian PGA Championship
  • 1st-4th December - Alfred Dunhill Championship
  • 8th-11th December - UBS Hong Kong Open

January

February

  • 2nd-5th February - Omega Dubai Desert Classic
  • 9th-12th February - Maybank Championship
  • 16th-19th February - World Super 6 Perth
  • 23rd-26th February - Joburg Open

March

  • 2nd-5th March - WGC – Mexico Championship
  • 2nd-5th March - Tshwane Open
  • 9th-12th March - Hero Indian Open
  • 22nd-26th March - WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play

April

  • 6th-9th April - Masters Tournament
  • 13th-16th April - Trophee Hassan II
  • 20th-23rd April - Shenzhen International
  • 27th-30th April - Volvo China Open

May

  • 25th-28th May - BMW PGA Championship

June

  • 15th-18th June - US Open

July

  • 6th-9th July - Dubai Duty Free Irish Open
  • 13th-16th July - Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open
  • 20th-23rd July - The Open

August

  • 10th-13th August - PGA Championship

October

  • 12th-15th October - Italian Open

November

  • 2nd-5th November - Turkish Airlines Open
  • 9th-12th November - Nedbank Golf Challenge
  • 16th-19th November - DP World Tour Championship