After an exciting finish to the CIMB Classic won by Pet Perez, KEB Hana Bank Championship, Hainan Open on the Challenge Tour and Italian Open won by Tyrrell Hatton, we are back with the exciting tournaments scheduled for this week.
- PGA Tour – The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges
- European Tour – Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation
- Challenge Tour – The Foshan Open
- LPGA Tour – Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship presented by CTBC
- Asian Tour – Macao Open
1. PGA Tour – The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges
The CJ Cup is making its first appearance on the PGA Tour scheduled from Oct 19th, 2017, the event will be played at the Nine Bridges Golf Club on Jeju Island, South Korea.
The tournaments has a prize fund of $9.25 million.
2. European Tour – Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation
Andalucia Masters was first played in 2010 at the Valderrama Golf Club in Sotogrande, Spain. The 2012 competition was canceled, only a month before the event was due to start, as the new local government wished to cut costs. The event did not return until 2017 when it was hosted by 2011 champion Sergio García, who had hosted the Open de España at the same venue in 2016.
3. Challenge Tour – Foshan Open
Foshan Open is an annual event on the Challenge Tour, it was first played in 2013 at the Foshan Golf Club in Foshan, China.
The event has a prize fund of $500,000 and last year’s champion was Marcus Armitage.
4. LPGA Tour – Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship presented by CTBC
Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship presented by CTBC is an annual event on the LPGA Tour, first played in 2011.
The event has a prize fund of $2.0 million and Winner of the 2016 event was Korean Jang Ha-Na.
5. Asian Tour – Macao Open
The Macau Open is a men’s professional golf tournament on the Asian Tour which takes place in Macau. It was founded in 1998. The venue is the Macau Golf and Country Club at Coloane. The best-known golfer who won the tournament is eight-time European Tour Order of Merit champion Colin Montgomerie. In 2016, the purse was US$1,100,000.
Last year’s Champion is Pavit Tangkamolprasert.