PGA European Tour Schedule

Tour Schedule and tournament winners on the 2001 PGA European Tour



DATE TOURNAMENT COURSE WINNER
 
3-7 Jan WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Victoria, Aus Steve Stricker
18-21 Jan Alfred Dunhill Championship Johannesburg Adam Scott
25-28 Jan Mercedes-Benz South African Open East London Mark McNulty
1-4 Feb Heineken Classic Perth, Aus Michael Campbell
8-11 Feb Greg Norman Holden International Sydney Aaron Baddeley
15-18 Feb Carlsberg Malaysian Open Malaysia Vijay Singh
15-18 Feb Australian Masters Melbourne, Aus Colin Montgomerie
22-25 Feb Caltex Singapore Masters Singapore Island CC, Singapore Vijay Singh
1-4 Mar Dubai Desert Classic Dubai Thomas Bjorn
8-11 Mar Qatar Masters Doha GC Tony Johnstone
15-18 Mar Madeira Island Open Madeira Des Smyth
5-8 Apr US MASTERS Augusta National, Georgia Tiger Woods
12-15 Apr Moroccan Open Dar Es Salam Ian Poulter
19-22 Apr Open de España Girona, Sp Robert Karlsson
26-29Apr Algarve Portuguese Open Algarve, Por Phillip Price
3-6 May Novotel Perrier Open de France Lyon GC, Villette d'Anthon Jose Maria Olazabal
10-13 May Benson and Hedges International Open The De Vere Belfry Henrik Stenson
17-20 May Deutsche Bank SAP Open TPC of Europe Heidelberg, Ger Tiger Woods
25-28 May Volvo PGA Championship Wentworth Andrew Oldcorn
31 May-3 Jun May Victor Chandler British Masters Woburn Thomas Levet
7-10 Jun The Compass Group English Open Marriott Forest of Arden Hotel Peter O'Malley
14-17 Jun US OPEN Oklahoma, US Retief Goosen
21-24 Jun Great North Open Slaley Hall, Hexham Andrew Coltart
28 Jun-1 Jul Murphy's Irish Open Cork Colin Montgomerie
5-8 July Smurfit European Open Dublin Darren Clarke
12-15 July Loch Lomond World Invitational Loch Lomond, Glasgow Retief Goosen
19-22 July 130th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Royal Lytham & St Annes David Duval
26-29 July TNT Dutch Open Noordwijk Bernhard Langer
2-5 Aug Volvo Scandinavian Masters Sweden Colin Montgomerie
9-12 Aug The Celtic Manor Resort Wales Open Newport Paul McGinley
16-19 Aug US PGA CHAMPIONSHIP Georgia David Toms
16-19 Aug North West of Ireland Open County Cavan Tobias Dier
23-26 Aug WGC-NEC Invitational Ohio, US Tiger Woods
23-26 Aug Scottish PGA Championship Gleneagles Hotel Paul Casey
30 Aug-2 Sep BMW International Open Munich, Ger John Daly
6-9 Sep Omega European Masters Switzerland Ricardo Gonzalez
13-16 Sep WGC-American Express Championship Missouri, US cancelled
20-23 Sep Trophée Lancôme Paris, Fr Sergio Garcia
28-30 Sep 34th RYDER CUP The De Vere Belfry postponed until 2002
4-7 Oct Linde German Masters Cologne Bernhard Langer
11-14 Oct Cannes Open Cannes, France Jorge Berendt
11-14 Oct Cisco World Match Play Championship Wentworth Ian Woosnam
18-21 Oct Alfred Dunhill Links Championship St Andrews Paul Lawrie
25-28 Oct BBVA Masters de Madrid Madrid, Spain Retief Goosen
1-4 Nov Italian Open Sardinia Gregory Havret
8-11 Nov Volvo Masters Jerez, Sp Padraig Harrington
15-18 Nov WGC-EMC World Cup Gotemba, Japan South Africa


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