Top Golf Competitions for Fall 2017


The golf season is winding down in many parts of the country. If you live in a sunny part of the country, like Hawaii, Arizona or California, then you can keep playing year-round. Of course, for those diehard hackers that can never get enough time on the links a little wind or rain isn’t enough to stop them from playing their favorite game throughout the year.

Catch the Professionals at Work
The 2017 PGA Tour season, while still active, also slows down a little over the next few months there are still plenty of tournaments schedule for the coming months. So for those who enjoy watching the professionals do what they do best there is a lot to see this fall. In other words, if you prefer watching great golf instead of chasing balls all over the course, check out some of these tournaments schedule in the coming weeks.

A Great Reason to Travel
You will not only get to watch some great golf up close and personal, but you will also get to enjoy some lovely locations and cultures. So if you’re ready to do a little traveling,

Here are some of the top pit stops for golf fans to visit for fall 2017.

TOUR Championship – It starts this week with the TOUR Championship this weekend at the East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta, Georgia. With a purse of nearly $9 million and the defending champion being Rory McIlroy, this tournament is sure to attract some of the Tour’s top competitors.

Presidents Cup – This tournament will be held the following weekend at Liberty National Golf Course in Jersey City, New Jersey. If you can’t catch it live you can watch the action on the Golf Channel, with weekend coverage on NB.

Exciting Action Continues – October features the Safeway Open in Napa, CA, the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, MAS, and the CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES in Jeju Island, KOR. The month winds up with two tournaments on the same weekend: the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson, MS and the World Golf Championship-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, CHN.

November Golf – There are four tournaments in November and one more in December, then the Tour takes a break for the holidays, before starting things back up during the first weekend of January in Kapalua, Maui, HI for the Sentry Tournament of Champions. November tournaments include the Shriners Hospital for Children Open in Las Vegas, NV, and the Hero World Challenge in Albany, New Providence, BAH. The last tournament of the year is Naples, FL where the QBE Shootout will be held.

Set Your Schedule
If you’re ready to watch the best golfers in the world show off their incredible skills then head to any one of these great tournaments. Feel free to bring your clubs along and maybe some of the professionals’ expertise will rub off on you while you watch them play. Click hereto see the entire upcoming PGA schedule and then set your schedule. FORE!

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