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DP World Tour: £117 million in prize money and a redesigned schedule for the 2024 season

The DP World Tour’s prize money will reach a new high of £117 million in the 2024 season, up roughly £3.4 million from the previous year.

The circuit has also revealed a new calendar for the 2019 season, which includes new events in Dubai and Bahrain, as well as the return of the China Open.

The Race to Dubai will likewise be divided into three stages throughout the course of the year.

The adjustments, according to DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley, “guarantee drama and excitement” throughout the year.

“Our 2024 season will see our members come together to compete across a global schedule, with greater opportunities and rewards than ever before,” he stated.

The season will include at least 44 tournaments in 24 nations spread over five continents.

The five ‘global swings’ from November 2023 to August 2024 will kick off the Race to Dubai’s three new phases. Following that will be a ‘back nine’ of the Tour’s most historic tournaments from September to October, followed by two DP World Tour Play-Offs in November.

The five Rolex Series events will be spread out over the season, beginning with the Dubai Desert Classic in January and ending with the BMW PGA Championship in September.

In November, the Abu Dhabi Championship and the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai will take place.

“The many new and original enhancements we have introduced will ensure drama and excitement for our fans, broadcasters, and all our stakeholders throughout the season, and means that every week counts on the DP World Tour,” Pelley continued.


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