2011 PGA Tour Schedule

The 2011 PGA Tour Schedule is out. Things look pretty good for the Tour next year: 41 events, two new sponsors, one returning sponsor and as of this writing, only two sponsorless events. The new sponsors are Hyundai and Nationwide; Cadillac returns and; the Hope and Heritage are without a naming sugar daddy.

Interestingly, the season both begins and ends on the Pacific Rim.

You can see the entire schedule below:

Date Tournament City State/CountryPurse
Jan. 3-9 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Kapalua Hawaii $5600000
Jan. 10-16 Sony Open in Hawaii Honolulu Hawaii $5500000
Jan. 17-23 Bob Hope Classic La Quinta Calif. $5000000
Jan. 24-30 Farmers Insurance Open La Jolla Calif. $5800000
Jan. 31-Feb. 6 Waste Management Phoenix Open Scottsdale Ariz. $6100000
Feb. 7-13 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Pebble Beach Calif. $6300000
Feb. 14-20 Northern Trust Open Pacific Palisades Calif. $6500000
Feb. 21-27 WGC-Accenture Match Play Champ. Marana Ariz. $8500000
Feb. 21 – 27 Mayakoba Golf Classic Playa del Carmen Mexico $3700000
Feb. 28-March 6 The Honda Classic Palm Beach Gardens Fla. $5700000
March 7-13 WGC-Cadillac Championship Doral Fla. $8500000
March 7-13 Puerto Rico Open Rio Grande Puerto Rico $3500000
March 14-20 Transitions Championship Palm Harbor Fla. $5500000
March 21-27 Arnold Palmer Invitational Orlando Fla. $6000000
March 28-April 3 Shell Houston Open Humble Texas $5900000
April 4-10 The Masters Augusta Ga. $7500000
April 11-17 Valero Texas Open San Antonio Texas $6200000
April 18-24 The Heritage Hilton Head Island S.C. $5700000
April 25-May 1 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Avondale La. $6400000
May 2-8Wells Fargo Championship Charlotte N.C. $6500000
May 9-15 THE PLAYERS Championship Ponte Vedra Beach Fla. $9500000
May 16-22 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Fort Worth Texas $6200000
May 23-29 HP Byron Nelson Championship Irving Texas $6500000
May 30-June 5 the Memorial TournamentDublin Ohio $6200000
June 6-12 FedEx St. Jude Classic Memphis Tenn. $5600000
June 13-19 U.S. Open Congressional C.C. D.C. 7500000
June 20-26 Travelers Championship Cromwell Conn. $6000000
June 27-July 3 AT&T National Newtown Square Pa. $6200000
July 4-10 John Deere Classic Silvis Ill. $4500000
July 11-17 The Open ChampionshipRoyal St. George’s England$7300000
July 11-17 Viking Classic Madison Miss. $3600000
July 18-24 RBC Canadian Open Vancouver B.C. $5200000
July 25-31 The Greenbrier Classic White Sulphur Springs W. Va. $6000000
Aug. 1-7 WGC-Bridgestone InvitationalAkron Ohio $8500000
Aug. 1-7 Reno-Tahoe Open Reno Nev. $3000000
Aug. 8-14 PGA Championship Johns Creek Ga. $7500000
Aug. 15-21 Wyndham Championship Greensboro N.C. $5200000
Aug. 22-28 The Barclays Edison N.J. $8000000
Aug. 29-Sept. 5 Deutsche Bank Championship Norton Mass. $8000000
Sept. 12-18 BMW Championship Lemont Ill.$8000000
Sept. 19-25 THE TOUR Championship Atlanta Ga. $8000000
Sept. 26-Oct. 2 Justin Timberlake ShrinersLas Vegas Nev. $4400000
Oct. 3-9 Frys.com Open San Martin Calif.$5000000
Oct. 10-16 The McGladrey Classic St. Simons Island Ga. $4000000
Oct. 17-23 Children’s Miracle Network Classic Lake Buena Vista Fla. $4700000
Oct. 24-30 CIMB Asia Pacific Classic Selangor Malaysia $6000000
Oct. 31-Nov. 6 WGC-HSBC Champions Shanghai China $7000000
Nov. 14-20 The Presidents Cup Melbourne Australia
Nov. 21-27 OMEGA Mission Hills World Cup Hainan Island China $7000000
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3 thoughts on “2011 PGA Tour Schedule”

  1. You need to fix the table, the ‘Location’ and ‘Purse’ headings are incorrect, and you forgot to include the ‘Course’ heading.

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  2. Returning sponsors is actually +1 more.  FedEx is returning as a full sponsor for the St. Jude – FedEx was a presenting sponsor in 2009, and in 2010, the presenting sponsor was Smith & Nephew.

    This is a one year deal, and also the initial FedEx Cup deal expires this year too.

    I wonder how much pressure Finchem feels to get some top names in Memphis this year.

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