Golf, schedules and tournaments of February

Here are the main events of the golf week from January 29th to February 4th with the main professional tournaments scheduled

by Andrea Gussoni
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Golf, schedules and tournaments of February
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Here are the main events of the golf week from January 29th to February 4th with the main professional tournaments scheduled.

Golf, events

PGA Tour - AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM
2024 marks a turning point in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am as it becomes an official PGA TOUR event.

The new formula offers fans an extraordinary experience, focusing the action on the best players who compete at Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill. Amateurs and celebrities will only compete on Thursday and Friday, with the final two days being reserved for professionals at Pebble Beach.

This Signature event will have a prize pool of $20 million, attracting the Tour's best players, including names like Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler. The winner will receive 700 FedEx Cup points, a great prize. DP World Tour - Bahrain Championship
The DP World Tour makes its return to Bahrain after 13 years with the Bahrain Championship presented by Bapco Energies.

This tournament is part of International Swing and offers a prize pool of $2.5 million, with 500 Race to Dubai points up for grabs for the winner. The Royal Golf Club in Bahrain hosts the event, following a significant renovation by Colin Montgomerie and European Golf Design in 2007.

The tournament features several players who played here in its original design, including Stephen Gallacher and Edoardo Molinari. Challenge Tour - SDC Open
The 2024 Road to Mallorca season begins with the SDC Open at the Zebula Golf Course in South Africa.

This camp, located in a "malaria free" residential complex, offers a demanding challenge. The event has a large prize pool, and last year saw JJ Senekal triumph with an excellent score of 25 under par. This year, the Challenge Tour starts with 156 players, including three Italians: Pietro Bovari, Gregorio De Leo and Aron Zemmer.

After South Africa, the Tour will move to India, Abu Dhabi and Europe in the summer months. For golf enthusiasts, there will be many opportunities to follow these exciting tournaments across various television platforms.

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