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PGA Tour

The PGA Tour, based in Florida and with tournaments throughout the United States, plus Canada and Mexico, is considered the premier men’s professional golf tour in the world. Outside North America, it is often referred to as the USPGA Tour, or U.S. PGA Tour, to differentiate it from the European Tour and other tours.


The LPGA Tour, based in Florida and with tournaments throughout the United States, plus Canada, Mexico, and a couple in Asia, is the premier wommen’s professional golf tour in the world.

PGA European Tour

The second most prestigious tour in the world, behind only the PGA Tour, features many of the world’s best players. Site includes information on the European Seniors Tour and the Challenge Tour.

Japan Golf Tour

Asian PGA Tour

With tournaments in Australia, Singapore, India, South Korea, China and more, the Asian Tour is truly a globe-hopping golf tour. Many of the PGA’s biggest stars visit the tour once or twice a year, too.

Australasian Tour

The PGA Tour of Australasia, as it is officially known, is a big-money golf tour played primarily in Australia and New Zealand. Many of Australia’s top players, including those who play full- or part-time on the PGA Tour, play the Australasian Tour.

OneAsia Tour

Men’s tour that is a collaboration between the China Golf Association, Korea Golf Association, Korean PGA and PGA of Australia.

Sunshine Tour

The South Africa-based Sunshine Tour stages events across southern Africa and is one of the six tours whose results are considered in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Canadian Professional Golf Tour

Even though it’s called the Canadian Tour, it features more tournaments in the U.S. than Canada. Find out more about the players on this golf tour and check the latest results and upcoming schedules.

European Challenge Tour

The Challenge Tour is the European Tour equivalent of the Nationwide Tour in the U.S.

European Senior Tour

The second most prestigious senior tour in the world.

Tour de las Americas

The Tour de las Americas plays events around Central and South America.

Ladies European Tour

The European equivalent of the LPGA, the Ladies European Tour (or Evian Tour, as it is currently known) site offers schedules, results, news and player info.

LPGA of Japan

The LPGA of Japan is the second most-lucrative women’s tour in the world. At the time of the writing, no English-language version of its website is available.

Korean LPGA Tour

The professional women’s tour in Korea. At the time of this writing, no English-language version of the KLPGA website is available.

LPGA Futures Tour

The Futures Tour is a developmental golf tour for up-and-coming women professionals, owned by the LPGA. Get tournament coverage and find out more about women’s golf stars of tomorrow.

The Legends Tour

Originally founded in 2001 and known as the Women’s Senior Golf Tour, The Legends Tour plays a handful of tournament each year featuring former LPGA stars.

Cactus Tour

A pro golf tour for women based in Arizona.


ALPG stands for Australian Ladies Professional Golf, and the ALPG Tour plays tournaments around the country.

LET Access Series

A feeder tour to the Ladies European Tour.

Gateway Tour

The Gateway Tour is a developmental tour that plays events in different series at different times of the year, primarily in Florida, Alabama and Arizona.

Adams Golf Pro Tour Series

A regional mini-tour for men, the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series is based in Texas and also plays in Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

NGA Hooters Tour

The NGA Hooters Tour is the third-largest golf tour in the U.S. for male professionals not yet eligible for the Senior Tour. Web site includes schedule, results and stats, plus qualifying information.

eGolf Professional Tour

Formerly known as the Tarheel Tour, the eGolf Tour is based in Charlotte, N.C., and plays most of its events in that area.

Great Lakes Tour

Mini-tour based in Ontario, Canada.

Suncoast Series

A Florida-based mini-tour for women professionals and amateurs.

Ecco Tour

A Denmark-based satellite tour for male professionals; considered a feeder to the European Challenge Tour.

World Golf Championships

A cooperative effort of the world’s major tours, the WGC offers big-money events around the world, and with a different format each time.

SAS Masters Tour

A Swedish tour, it was known for many years as the Telia Tour. It is actually two tours, one for men and one for women.