European Tour schedule for 2020 includes new UK event

The European Tour has published its tournament schedule for the 2020 season, which includes a brand new event.
In what promises to be among the most recent years in golf history, together with the Ryder Cup and the Olympic Games in Tokyo both large priorities for most of the planets elite players, the European Tour will point no less than 46 tournaments comprising 29 host countries.
The focal point will be the Rolex Series, beginning with the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship at mid-January and offering prize money.
Its position is retained by Every Rolex Series event from 2019 for next season, which finishes at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai on November 22.
Qualifying for Europes Ryder Cup team will probably finish at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, which takes place from September 10-13 with captain Padraig Harrington naming his three wildcard picks shorty after for its showdown with Steve Strickers Team USA at Whistling Straits a fortnight later.
Date changes include the Open de France, which goes from October back to its traditional slot that is mid-summer in the very first week of July, but among the worlds oldest tournaments clashes with all the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational at Memphis.
The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open was brought forward together with Rory McIlroy expected to attribute having missed the version of this season at Lahinch.
The Estrella Damm Andalucia Experts switches to an April 30 start, although the Betfred British Pros happens in the same week since the mens Olympic championship at the end of July.
The inmates is going to be followed this year with a new event in Britain which is announced by the Tour.

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