Here's where the European Tour's finest will be headed in 2021

The 2021 European Tour schedule took place between January and November 2021, incorporating 42 events across 25 countries.

Collin Morikawa ended the season as the Race to Dubai champion.

It will now be renamed the DP World Tour from the 2022 season onwards.

2021 European Tour schedule and results

January 21-24
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (Rolex Series)
Abu Dhabi Golf Club, UAE
Winner: Tyrrell Hatton

January 28-31
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
Emirates Golf Club, UAE
Winner: Paul Casey

February 4-7
Saudi International
Royal Greens G&CC, Saudi Arabia
Winner: Dustin Johnson

February 25-28
WGC-Workday Championship
The Concession, USA
Winner: Collin Morikawa

March 11-14
Commercialbank Qatar Masters
Education City GC, Qatar
Winner: Antoine Rozner

March 18-21
Magical Kenya Open
Karen CC, Kenya
Winner: Justin Harding

March 23-26
Kenya Savannah Classic
Karen CC, Kenya
Winner: Daniel van Tonder

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
March 25-28, 2021
Austin, Texas
Winner: Billy Horschel

April 8-11
The Masters
Augusta National, USA
Winner: Hideki Matsuyama

April 15-18
Austrian Open
Diamond CC, Austria
Winner: John Catlin

April 22-25
Gran Canaria Open
Meloneras, Spain
Winner: Garrick Higgo

April 29-May 2
Tenerife Open
Golf Costa Adeje, Spain
Winner: Dean Burmester

May 6-9
Canary Islands Championship
Golf Costa Adeje, Spain
Winner: Garrick Higgo

May 12-15
Betfred British Masters, hosted by Danny Willett
The Belfry, England
Winner: Richard Bland

PGA Championship
May 20-23, 2021
Kiawah Island, South Carolina
Winner: Phil Mickelson

May 27-30
Made in Himmerland
Himmerland, Denmark
Winner: Bernd Wiesberger

June 5-7
Porsche European Open
Green Eagle Golf Courses, Germany
Winner: Marcus Armitage

June 10-12
Scandinavian Mixed, hosted by Henrik and Annika
Vallda G&CC, Sweden
Winner: Jonathan Caldwell

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June 17-20
US Open
Torrey Pines, USA
Winner: Jon Rahm

June 24-27
BMW International Open
Golfclub München Eichenried, Germany
Winner: Viktor Hovland

July 1-4
Dubai Duty Free Irish Open
Mount Juliet Estate, Ireland
Winner: Lucas Herbert

July 8-11
Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open (Rolex Series)
The Renaissance Club, Scotland
Winner: Min Woo Lee

July 15-18
The Open
Royal St George’s, England
Winner: Collin Morikawa

July 22-25
Cazoo Open
The Celtic Manor (Wales)
Winner: Nacho Elvira

July 28-August 1
ISPS Handa World Invitational
Galgorm (Northern Ireland)
Winner: Daniel Gavins

July 29-August 1
Olympic Games
Kasumigaseki CC, Japan
Medallists: Xander Schauffele (gold), Rory Sabbatini (silver), CT Pan (bronze)

August 5-8
Hero Open
Fairmont St Andrews, Scotland
Winner: Grant Forrest

August 5-8
WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational
TPC Southwind, USA
Winner: Abraham Ancer

August 12-15
English Open
London Golf Club
Winner: Calum Hill

August 19-22
D+D Real Czech Masters
Albatross Golf Resort, Czech Republic
Winner: Johannes Veerman

August 26-29
Omega European Masters
Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland
Winner: Rasmus Hojgaard

September 2-5
Italian Open
Marco Simone GC, Italy
Winner: Nicolai Hojgaard

September 9-12
BMW PGA Championship (Rolex Series)
Wentworth (West Course), England

September 16-19
KLM Open
Bernardus Golf, Netherlands
Winner: Kristoffer Broberg

September 24-26
Ryder Cup
Whistling Straits, USA
Winners: Team USA

September 30-October 3
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
St Andrews (Old), Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, Scotland
Winner: Danny Willett

October 7-10
Open de Espana
Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, Spain
Winner: Rafa Cabrera Bello

October 14-17
Estrella Damm Andalucia Masters
Real Club Valderrama, Spain
Winner: Matt Fitzpatrick

October 21-24
Mallorca Golf Open
Golf Santa Ponsa, Spain
Winner: Jeff Winther

November 4-7
Portugal Masters
Dom Pedro Victoria, Portugal
Winner: Thomas Pieters

November 11-14
Aviv Dubai Championship
Jumeirah Golf Estates (Fire course), UAE
Winner: Joachim B Hansen

November 18-21
DP World Tour Championship (Rolex Series)
Jumeirah Golf Estates (Earth course), UAE
Winner: Collin Morikawa

Click here for the 2022 DP World Tour schedule and results.

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