After the European Tour announced that it would be renamed the DP World Tour in 2022. The ISPS HANDA World Tournament returns to Galgorm and Massereene next year. The British Open fans can buy British Open Tickets from our website.

The new agreement brings the tour’s total prize money to over US$200 million (£147 million). 47 events will be held in 27 countries/regions, including new events in the UAE, Japan, Belgium, and South Africa. Recognized event a game against the PGA Tour.

The ISPS HANDA World Tournament returns to Galgorm and Massereene next year
The ISPS HANDA World Tournament returns to Galgorm and Massereene next year

After moving to the Main Tour for the first time this year as part of the program for 2022. The World Invitational will return to the World Tour. By 2022, all World Tour events will have a prize of at least US$2 million (£1.47 million). The event will also benefit from increased cash prizes as part of the new sponsorship deal.

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At the same time, the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open will return to Mount Juliet. Adare Manor between June 30 and July 3 in 2022. A week before the JP McManus Pro-Am to be held at Manor. Hopefully, this date can spark the interest of more people. Compete for the Scottish Open and British Open 2022.

The Rolex Series will continue and will expand from four events to five. And the DP World Tour Championship will be the first event in European/World Tour history with a prize of 10 million US dollars (7.35 million pounds).

“Who have been incredible supporters of our tour and golf on a larger scale. This is of utmost importance to us and DP World this announcement is important and will usher in a new era in global golf,” said Keith Pelley, President of the European Tour.”

 The Rolex Series will continue and will expand from four events to five
The Rolex Series will continue and will expand from four events to five

AVIV Dubai Championship after testing positive for Covid-19. Putting an end to his hopes of retaining full tour status next season at the same time. Cormac Sharvin withdrew from this week.

After a disappointing season, his best finish was 21st, missing 15 of 25 claims. Currently, the Ardglass man is in 168th place in the Race to Dubai. Only the top 122 will retain all competition rights in British Open 2022.

Under the tour’s new safety net policy introduced this season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Shavin will at least remain part of the tour so he can win several more starting opportunities next year.

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