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The PGA Tour is where America's best golfers go head to head each week all over the United States in a bid to be top of the money list at the end of the season. Qualification for the tour is based on World ranking points and in recent years the tour is much more of a global affair, with many golfers from Europe, South Africa, Asia and Australia competing in PGA Tour events.

Upcoming PGA Tour Events:

The upcoming events for the 2014/15 PGA Tour season are below. Click on the tournament to get the latest odds on that event.

DateTournamentLocationWinner/Holder
9th OctFrys.com OpenCaliforniaBae Sang-moon
16th OctShriners Hospitals for Children OpenNevadaBen Martin
23rd OctThe McGladrey ClassicGeorgiaRobert Streb
30th OctCIMB Asia Pacific ClassicMalaysiaRyan Moore
6th NovWGC - HSBC ChampionsChinaBubba Watson
13th NovOHL Classic at MayakobaMexicoCharley Hoffman
9th JanHyundai Tournament of ChampionsHawaiiZach Johnson
15th JanSony Open in HawaiiHawaiiJimmy Walker
22nd JanHumana ChallengeCaliforniaPatrick Reed
30th JanWaste Management Phoenix OpenArizonaKevin Stadler
5th FebFarmers Insurance OpenCaliforniaScott Stallings
12th FebAT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AmCaliforniaJimmy Walker
19th FebNorthern Trust OpenCaliforniaJohn Merrick
26th FebThe Honda ClassicFloridaRussell Henley
5th MarPuerto Rico OpenPuerto RicoChesson Hadley
5th MarWGC - Cadillac ChampionshipFloridaPatrick Reed
12th MarValspar ChampionshipFloridaJohn Senden
19th MarArnold Palmer InvitationalFloridaMatt Every
26th MarValero Texas OpenTexasSteven Bowditch
2nd AprShell Houston OpenTexasMatt Jones
9th AprMASTERS TOURNAMENTAugustaBubba Watson
16th AprRBC HeritageS CarolinaMatt Kuchar
23rd AprZurich Classic of New OrleansNew OrleansSeung-Yul Noh
30th AprWGC - Accenture Match PlayCaliforniaJason Day
7th MayTHE PLAYERS ChampionshipFloridaMartin Kaymer
14th MayWells Fargo ChampionshipN CarolinaJB Holmes
15th MayHP Byron Nelson ChampionshipTexasBrendan Todd
21st MayCrowne Plaza Invitational at ColonialTexasAdam Scott
28th MayAT&T Byron Nelson ChampionshipTexasBrendon Todd
4th JuneThe Memorial TournamentOhioHideki Matsuyama
11th JuneFedEx St. Jude ClassicTennesseeBen Crane
18th JuneU.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPWashingtonMartin Kaymer
25th JuneTravelers ChampionshipConnecticutKevin Streelman
2nd JulyThe Greenbrier ClassicW VirginiaAngel Cabrera
9th JulyJohn Deere ClassicIllinoisBrian Harman
16th JulyTHE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPSt Andrews, UKRory McIlroy
23rd JulyRBC Canadian OpenOntarioBrandt Snedeker
30th JulyQuicken Loans NationalMarylandJustin Rose
6th AugBarracuda ChampionshipNevadaGeoff Ogilvy
6th AugWGC - Bridgestone InvitationalOhioRory McIlroy
13th AugPGA CHAMPIONSHIPWisconsinRory McIlroy
20th AugWyndham ChampionshipN CarolinaCamilo Villegas
27th AugThe BarclaysNew JerseyHunter Mahan
4th SepDeutsche Bank ChampionshipMassachusettsChris Kirk
18th SeptBMW ChampionshipChicagoBilly Horschel
24th SeptTOUR ChampionshipGeorgiaBilly Horschel

The PGA Tour

The PGA Tour operates the professional golf game in the United States and was formed in 1968. Although the PGA operate the Champions Tour for seniors and the Nationwide Tour for young players breaking through, it is the main tour that holds the majority of betting interest. The players that are competing in the regular weekly tour events are trying to finish in the top 125 of the money list so they can keep their playing rights on the tour for another year. The better players are playing to earn enough money to compete at the Fed-Ex Cup at the end of the regular season. Tournaments are attributed Fed-Ex points each week and the top 125 at the end of the season are eligible for the play-offs where the big bucks are.

As well as regular weekly events on the PGA Tour, the World Golf Championships and all four majors also contribute to ranking points on the money list. Those at the top of the money list gain automatic qualification to these events and in recent years the quality of the fields have been as good as the majors themselves.

Tiger Woods has dominated the PGA Tour for the last decade but there are question marks over his future, while players like Phil Mickelson don't appear to be the force they once were. Players like Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy look to be the big challengers nowadays, and they are just two of several European golfers, along with Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington, Paul Casey and Ian Poulter, who play most of their golf on the PGA Tour.

Betting on the PGA Tour is widely available with all bookmakers listed on the Betting Directory. Check for odds at the beginning of the week as tournaments get underway on Thursdays. You can bet live in-running on most events also which is very popular in golf betting due to the twists and turns of a usual tournament.

2015 PGA Tour Money List Winner

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Rory McIlroy225/2-9/49/49/49/4
Bubba Watson713/28-15/2788
Tiger Woods101010-14121212
Jordan Spieth131412-14121212
Rickie Fowler121214-14141412
Adam Scott141616-16141616
Justin Rose182020-20182020
Jason Day222020-25222525
Matt Kuchar332525-28283333
Henrik Stenson222533-28252525
Sergio Garcia282533-28283333
Billy Horschel403333-33335033
Martin Kaymer405050-50405050
Dustin Johnson403333-50403350
Phil Mickelson403333-50334033
Jim Furyk332525-33254050
Hideki Matsuyama505040-66506666
Chris Kirk666666-50506666
Jimmy Walker504040-50505066
Jason Dufner666666-80666666
Patrick Reed668080-60665066
Brandt Snedeker666680-80808080
Hunter Mahan666666-80808080
Charl Schwartzel506666-666680100
Zach Johnson808066-80808080
Brooks Koepka66---66-66100
Graeme McDowell10010080-100100100100
Louis Oosthuizen100125125-125125125125
Webb Simpson808066-80808080
Graham DeLaet150125125-150125150150
Kevin Na150125125-150150-150
Lee Westwood12512580-125125150125
Luke Donald8010066-10010066100
Ryan Moore8012566-8066-100
Ryan Palmer125125100-150125-150
Nick Watney125100100-125100-100
Ian Poulter150150125-150150150150
Jonas Blixt-------150
Brendon Todd125100100-100100125100
Paul Casey150----150-150
Keegan Bradley808066-10010066100
Bill Haas125100100-100100150125
Gary Woodland125125100-125100150125
Harris English125125100-125125150150
Marc Leishman150----150150150
Ben Martin------150150
Sang-Moon Bae125-100---125125
Camilo Villegas150----150-150
Charles Howell-----150-150
Charley Hoffman-----150-150
Geoff Ogilvy150----150-150
J B Holmes150150---150-150
Russell Henley150---200150-150
John Senden-150125-150150--
Tim Clark-----100-150
Ernie Els----150150-150

Race to Dubai Betting

The Race to Dubai is the name given to the European Tour and just like the PGA Tour in America, there are tour events all over Europe and the world each week available for you to bet on.

Lee Westwood won the Race to Dubai in 2009, with Martin Kaymer claiming the 2010 title and Luke Donald winning in 2011, with all three amongst the favourites to win again.....

Race to Dubai Odds

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