The European Tour has been renamed to reflect its global status. Here's what we know so far

The European Tour has been renamed the DP World Tour.

The change will take place from the 2022 season, the 50th anniversary of the Tour, and will feature a minimum of 47 tournaments in 27 different countries, including new tournaments in the UAE, Japan, South Africa, and Belgium.

The Rolex Series will now comprise of five events: the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, the Dubai Desert Classic, the Genesis Scottish Open, the BMW PGA Championship, and the season-ending DP World Tour Championship.

The total prize money for the season will be north of $200 million for the first time, with a new minimum prize fund of $2 million for all tournaments solely sanctioned by the DP World Tour.

You can watch the full announcement here:

2022 DP World Tour schedule

November 25-28
Joburg Open
Randpark, South Africa
Winner: Thriston Lawrence

January 20-23
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship
Yas Links, UAE
Winner: Thomas Pieters

January 27-30 Dubai Desert Classic
Emirates, UAE
Winner: Viktor Hovland

February 3-6
Ras Al Khaimah Championship presented by Phoenix Capital
Al Hamra, UAE
Winner: Nicolai Hojgaard

February 10-13
Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Al Hamra, UAE
Winner: Ryan Fox

March 3-6
Magical Kenya Open
Muthaiga, Kenya
Winner: Ashun Wu

March 10-13
My Golf Life Open
Pecanwood, South Africa
Winner: Pablo Larrazabal

March 17-20
Steyn City Championship
The Club at Steyn City, South Africa
Winner: Shaun Norris

March 24-27
WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
Austin, USA
Winner: Scottie Scheffler

April 7-10
Augusta National, USA
Winner: Scottie Scheffler

April 21-24
ISPS Handa Championship
Infinitum, Spain
Winner: Pablo Larrazabal

April 28-May 1
Catalunya Championship
PGA Catalunya, Spain
Winner: Adri Arnaus

May 5-8
Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett
The Belfry, England
Winner: Thorbjorn Olesen
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May 12-15
Soudal Open
Rinkven International, Belgium
Winner: Sam Horsfield

May 19-22
Southern Hills, USA
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Winner: Justin Thomas

May 26-29
KLM Open
Bernardus, Netherlands
Winner: Victor Perez

June 2-5
Porsche European Open
Green Eagle, Germany
Winner: Kalle Samooja

June 9-12
Scandinavian Mixed Hosted by Henrik and Annika
Halmstad, Sweden
Winner: Linn Grant

June 16-19
The Country Club, USA
Winner: Matt Fitzpatrick

June 23-26
BMW International Open
Munchen Eichenried, Germany
Winner: Li Haotong

June 30-July 3
Irish Open
Mount Juliet, Ireland
Winner: Adrian Meronk

July 7-10
Genesis Scottish Open
The Renaissance, Scotland
Winner: Xander Schauffele

July 7-10
Barbasol Championship
Keene Trace, USA
Winner: Trey Mullinax

July 14-17
St Andrews (Old), Scotland
Winner: Cam Smith

July 14-17
Barracuda Championship
Tahoe Mountain Club, USA
Winner: Chez Reavie

July 21-24
Cazoo Classic
Hillside, England
Winner: Richie Ramsay

July 28-31
Hero Open
Fairmont St Andrews, Scotland
Winner: Sean Crocker

August 4-7
Cazoo Open
Celtic Manor, Wales
Winner: Callum Shinkwin

August 11-14
ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf
Galgorm Castle and Massereene, Northern Ireland
Winner: Ewen Ferguson

August 18-21
D+D Real Czech Masters
Albatross, Czech Republic
Winner: Maximilian Kieffer

August 25-28
Omega European Masters
Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland
Winner: Thriston Lawrence

September 1-4
Made in HimmerLand
HimmerLand, Denmark
Winner: Oliver Wilson

September 8-11
BMW PGA Championship
Wentworth (West), England
Winner: Shane Lowry

September 15-18
DS Automobiles Italian Open
Marco Simone, Italy
Winner: Robert MacIntyre

September 22-25
Open de France
Le Golf National, France

September 29-October 2
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
St Andrews (Old), Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, Scotland

October 6-9
Acciona Open de Espana
Campo Villa de Madrid, Spain

October 13-16
Estrella Damm NA Andalucia Masters
Valderrama, Spain

October 20-23
Europe event TBC
Venue TBC

October 27-30
WGC-HSBC Champions
Sheshan International, China

November 3-6
Cyprus Open
Aphrodite Hills, Cyprus

November 10-13
Nedbank Golf Challenge
Gary Player CC, South Africa

November 17-20
DP World Tour Championship
Jumeirah Golf Estates (Earth), UAE

This article will be updated as more events are announced.

After the 2021 European Tour season schedule and results? You’ll find that here.

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