The 2023 season will feature a full 12-month calendar, with a minimum of 39 tournaments in 26 different countries. The exciting news for the players, though, is the guarantee of a six-figure payday

The DP World Tour schedule 2023 has been announced and, for the first time ever, players will receive guaranteed money after the circuit announced a lucrative update to its new season.

Players will vie for a record-breaking purse of $144.2 million across tournaments – outside of the four majors and the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play – with the bumped-up figure including a bonus pool of $6 million for the leading eight players in the DP World Tour Rankings in Partnership with Rolex.

The season-ending DP World Tour Championship will then offer a $10 million purse.

On top of that – and perhaps most significantly – players will now benefit from the introduction of the new Earnings Assurance Programme. Under the initiative, exempt members of the DP World Tour in categories 1-17 will be guaranteed a $150,000 minimum if they compete in 15 or more tournaments throughout the year.

Four new events have also been added to the schedule as the DP World Tour grows its presence across Asia. This includes trips to Singapore, Thailand, Japan, and South Korea.

Per the DP World Tour, the heavy increases have been made possible thanks to the “strategic alliance” agreed with the PGA Tour back in June.

DP World Tour schedule 2023

Here’s what we know so far about the 2023 DP World Tour campaign…

November 24-27
Joburg Open
Houghton, South Africa
Winner: Dan Bradbury

November 24-27
Fortinet Australian PGA Championship
Royal Queensland, Australia
Winner: Cameron Smith

December 1-4
Investec South African Open Championship
Blair Atholl, South Africa
Winner: Thriston Lawrence

December 1-4
ISPS Handa Australian Open
Victoria, Australia
Winner: Adrian Meronk

December 8-11
Alfred Dunhill Championship
Leopard Creek, South Africa
Winner: Ockie Strydom

December 15-18
AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open
Mont Choisy, Mauritius
Winner: Antoine Rozner

January 13-15
Hero Cup
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Winners: Continental Europe

January 19-22
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship
Yas Links, UAE
Winner: Victor Perez

January 26-29
Dubai Desert Classic
Emirates, UAE
Winner: Rory McIlroy

February 2-5
Ras Al Khaimah Championship
Al Hamra, UAE
Winner: Daniel Gavins

February 9-12
Singapore Classic
Laguna Classic, Singapore
Winner: Ockie Strydom

February 16-19
Thailand Classic
Amata Spring, Thailand
Winner: Thorbjorn Olesen

February 23-26
Hero Indian Open
DLF G&CC, India
Winner: Marcel Siem

March 9-12
Magical Kenya Open
Muthaiga, Kenya
Winner: Jorge Campillo

March 16-19
SDC Championship (South Africa)
St Francis Links, South Africa
Winner: Matthew Baldwin

March 22-26
WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
Austin, USA
Winner: Sam Burns

March 23-26
Jonsson Workwear Open
The Club at Steyn City, South Africa
Winner: Nick Bachem

April 6-9
The Masters
Augusta National, USA
Winner: Jon Rahm

April 20-23
ISPS Handa Championship
Ishioka, Japan
Winner: Lucas Herbert

April 27-30
Korea Championship (South Korea)
Jack Nicklaus Golf Club, Korea
Winner: Pablo Larrazabal

May 4-7
Italian Open
Marco Simone, Italy
Winner: Adrian Meronk

May 11-14
Soudal Open
Rinkven, Belgium
Winner: Simon Forsstrom

May 18-21
PGA Championship
Oak Hill, USA

May 25-28
Dutch Open
Bernardus, Netherlands

June 1-4
Porsche European Open
Green Eagle, Germany

June 8-11
Volvo Scandinavian Mixed
Ullna, Sweden

June 15-18
US Open
Los Angeles, USA

June 22-25
BMW International Open
Munchen Eichenried, Germany

June 29-July 2
Betfred British Masters
The Belfry, England

July 6-9
Made in Himmerland
Himmerland, Denmark

July 13-16
Genesis Scottish Open
The Renaissance, Scotland

July 13-16
Barbasol Championship
Keene Trace, USA

July 20-23
The Open
Royal Liverpool, England

July 20-23
Barracuda Championship
Tahoe, USA

August 17-20
ISPS Handa World Invitational
Galgorm Castle, Northern Ireland

August 24-27
D+D Real Czech Masters
Albatross, Czech Repuplic

August 31-September 3
Omega European Masters
Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland

September 7-10
Horizon Irish Open
K Club, Ireland

September 14-17
BMW PGA Championship
Wentworth, England

September 21-24
Cazoo Open de France
Le Golf National, France

September 29-October 1
Ryder Cup
Marco Simone, Italy

October 5-8
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, Scotland

October 12-15
Acciona Open de Espana
Campo Villa de Madrid, Spain

November 9-12
Nedbank Golf Challenge
Sun City, South Africa

November 16-19
DP World Tour Championship
Jumeirah, UAE

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