The PGA Tour’s fall schedule is nearly set. Here’s what we know

Four images of golf courses Black Desert Resort, Sea Island's Seaside course, a flag from the Zozo Championship and Port Royal Golf Club.

The PGA Tour's fall schedule is pretty much set.

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Believe it or not, the PGA Tour only has five more weeks before the start of the playoffs and then three more weeks before the end of the 2024 FedEx Cup season.

And while the 2025 season no longer begins in September, golf fans still have plenty to look forward to with the second playing of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Fall series.

The FedEx Cup Fall underwent a rebrand and revamp last year in the wake of Ponte Vedra’s decision to shift back to a calendar-based schedule model. Gone was the fall season counting toward next season’s FedEx Cup point total, but it still meant something: Tour cards.

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Under the new model, FedEx Cup points from the previous season now carry over to the fall and anyone outside the Top 70 must get within the Top 125 of the standings in order to retain full member status on the PGA Tour for the next season.

The fall series events also award 10 positions in the first two Signature events of the season (the Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Genesis in 2024) through the Aon Next 10 list.

While no official schedule has been released, each of the seven official events from the 2023 debut is returning for 2024, as well as the addition of one brand new PGA Tour event, the Black Desert Championship in Utah. There will also be three unofficial events before the year closes out, including the Presidents Cup in September.

Keep reading below for everything we know about the PGA Tour’s Fall 2024 schedule.

PGA Tour Fall 2024 Schedule

(*denotes unofficial event)

Sept. 9-15: Fortinet Championship

Location: Napa Valley, Calif.
Course: Silverado Resort and Spa
Defending Champion: Sahith Theegala

Sept. 16-22: OFF

(No new event announced)

Sept. 23-29: Presidents Cup*

The Presidents Cup is heading north of the boarder. Tracy Wilcox/PGA TOUR via Getty Images

Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Course: Royal Montreal Golf Club – The Blue Course
Defending Champions: United States

Sept. 30- Oct. 6: Sanderson Farms

Location: Jackson, Mississippi
Course: The Country Club of Jackson
Defending Champion: Luke List

Oct. 7- 13: Black Desert Championship

Location: Ivins, Utah
Course: Black Desert Resort
Defending Champion: New event

Oct. 14- 20: Shriners Children’s Open

tom kim fist pumps
Tom Kim will go for three in a row in Vegas. Getty Images

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Course: TPC Summerlin
Defending Champion: Tom Kim

Oct. 21- 27: Zozo Championship

Location: Inzai, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Course: Narashino Country Club
Defending Champion: Collin Morikawa

Oct. 28- Nov. 3: OFF

(No new event announced)

Nov. 4- 10: World Wide Technology Championship

A view of El Cardonal at Diamante, a Tiger Woods-designed course in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Tour is returning to the Tiger Woods-designed El Cardonal for a second year in a row. Courtesy Diamante

Location: Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Course: El Cardonal at Diamante Cabo San Lucas
Defending Champion: Erik van Rooyen

Nov. 11- 17: Butterfield Bermuda Championship

Location: Southampton Parish, Bermuda
Course: Port Royal Golf Course
Defending Champion: Camilo Villegas

Nov. 18- 24: RSM Classic

Ludvig Aberg does fist-pump on green after sinking winning putt at 2023 RSM Classic
Ludvig Aberg broke through at last year’s RSM Classic. Alex Slitz/Getty Images

Location: Saint Simons Island, Georgia
Course: Sea Island Golf Club
Defending Champion: Ludvig Aberg

Nov. 25- Dec. 1: OFF

Dec. 2- 8: Hero World Challenge*

Location: Albany, New Providence, The Bahamas
Course: Albany Golf Course
Defending Champion: Scottie Scheffler

Dec. 2- 8: Grant Thornton Invitational*

Location: Naples, Florida
Course: Tiburon Golf Club
Defending Champion: Lydia Ko/Jason Day

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Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State University, earning degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his high school golf team and recently returned to the program to serve as head coach. Jack also still *tries* to remain competitive in local amateurs. Before joining GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but also producing, anchoring and even presenting the weather. He can be reached at jack.hirsh@golf.com.

 

 

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