Events & Experiences for 2020

We will be teeing off the 2020 golf season with a calendar of events that will include fun competitions including nearest the pin, longest drive, target challenge, skins challenges and last man standing events held on courses played on the European and PGA Tours plus the courses for all 4 majors.


We will be updating the calendar in the next few weeks leading up to the New Year but to give you a little taster, here major courses you can book for your event plus some of the most popular courses that were booked last year.

The Masters | Augusta National, April 9-12

The 84th Masters will tee off the major season once again at Augusta National when Tiger Woods will return as defending champion. With his five green jackets, he can finally catch Jack Nicklaus in at least one of his major golf pursuits, as Nicklaus holds the record with six Masters titles.

PGA Championship, TPC Harding Park, May 14-17 U.S.

The PGA Championship was moved in the major calendar last year. The host course will be TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, which has staged two WGC events (2005, 2015), a Presidents Cup (2009) and three PGA Champions Tour Charles Schwab Championships (2010, 2011, 2013) but this will be the first time a major will visit the grounds.

U.S. Open, Winged Foot, June 18-21

The U.S. Open returns to Winged Foot in New York for the 120th playing of the event. The course opened June 1923 and has a deep history of championship golf, beginning with the 1929 U.S. Open, won by Bobby Jones. Other events include the 1997 PGA Championship, two U.S. Women’s Opens, four USGA tournaments, two U.S. Amateurs and a PGA Tour Champions event. It was at Winged Foot where Phil Mickelson had his most memorable of six runner-up U.S. Open finishes back in 2006.


Top Courses for 2020

We have listed some of the most popular courses below but our library has over 150,00 in total so if you can see a famous course you would like to play, get in touch to check as we are likely to have it.

​Augusta National

Augusta National Par 3



Bay Hill

Bethpage Black

Celtic Manor


Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

Emirates Golf Club

Hillside Golf Club

Kiawah Island

Loch Lomond



Muirfield Village


Portmarnock Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club

​The Open, Royal St. George’s, July 16-19

The Open Championship will head to Royal St. George’s in Sandwich, Kent, England. The last Open there was in 2010 when Darren Clarke claimed the Claret Jug to become Champion Golfer of the Year. It will be the 149th staging of the Open. Other Open champs at Royal St. George’s are Ben Curtis (2003), Greg Norman (1993), Sandy Lyle (1985), Bill Rogers (1981), Bobby Locke (1949), Reg Whitcombe (1938), Henry Cotton (1934), Walter Hagen (1922), Harry Vardon (1911), Jack White (1904) and John Henry Taylor (1894).

Royal Birkdale

Royal Dornoch

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Royal Lytham & St. Annes

Royal Melbourne (Presidents Cup Dec 2019)

Royal Porthcawl

Royal Portrush

Royal St. Georges (The Open)

Royal Troon

St. Andrews Links - Old Course

Sunningdale (Old)

TPC Harding Park (PGA Championship)

TPC Sawgrass (The Players Championship)

The Ryder Cup, Whistling Straits, Sept 25 - 27

The 43rd Ryder Cup Matches will be held in the United States from September 25 to 27, 2020, on the Straits course at Whistling Straits, Haven, Wisconsin. Team Europe is the reigning cup holder after its 17½–10½ victory over Team USA in 2018 at Le Golf National.

The Belfry (Brabazon)

The Els Club Dubai

Wentworth (West) PGA Championship

Winged Foot (U.S. Open)

Trump International Links

Trump Turnberry

Woburn (Duke's)