PGA TOUR Champions 2024 Schedule + Tournament Details

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The PGA Tour Champions starts in January with the Mitsubishi Electric Championship and concludes in November with the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

The PGA senior tour schedule 2024 provides every tournament’s details, venue information, purse, and past winners. Bettors will want to follow this guide closely to gain inside information on the course and players to watch.

PGA Tour Champions Schedule 2024

Jan 18 – 20
Mitsubishi Electric Championship Steven Alker
Feb 16 – 18Chubb ClassicBernhard Langer
Feb 22 – 24Trophy Hassan IIStephen Ames
Mar 8 – 10Cologuard ClassicDavid Toms
Mar 22 – 24Hoag ClassicErnie Els
Mar 29 – 31The Galleri ClassicDavid Toms
Apr 19 – 21Invited Celebrity ClassicMark Hensby
Apr 26 – 28Mitsubishi Electric ClassicStephen Ames
May 3 – 5Insperity InvitationalSteven Alker
May 10 – 12Regions Tradition (Major)Steve Stricker
May 23 – 26KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship (Major)Steve Stricker
May 31 – Jun 2Principal Charity ClassicStephen Ames
Jun 7 – 9American Family Insurance ChampionshipSteve Stricker
Jun 21 – 23DICK’S Sporting Goods OpenPadraig Harrington
Jun 27 – 30U.S. Senior Open (Major)Bernhard Langer
Jul 12 – 14Bridgestone Senior Players Championship (Major)Steve Stricker
Jul 25 – 28Senior Open Championship (Major)Alex Cejka
Aug 9 – 11Boeing ClassicStephen Ames
Aug 16 – 18Shaw Charity ClassicKen Duke
Aug 23 – 25The Ally ChallengeVijay Singh
Sep 6 – 8Ascension Charity ClassicSteve Flesch
Sep 13 – 15Sanford InternationalSteve Stricker
Sep 20 – 22PURE Insurance ChampionshipThongchai Jaidee
Oct 4 – 6Constellation FURYK & FRIENDSBrett Quigley
Oct 11 – 13SAS ChampionshipRod Pampling
Oct 18 – 20Dominion Energy Charity ClassicHarrison Frazar
Oct 25 – 27Simmons Bank ChampionshipPadraig Harrington
Nov 7 – 10Charles Schwab Cup ChampionshipPadraig Harrington

PGA Tour Champions Tournament Details


Mitsubishi Electric Championship

LocationKa’upulehu-Kona, Hawaii
Golf CourseHualalai Golf Course
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesJan 18 – Jan 20, 2024
Defending ChampionSteven Alker

Tournament History

Originally named the MONY Tournament of Champions, the event was played in California, Mexico, and Puerto Rico before finding a stable home in Hawaii. The inaugural tournament took off in 1984 when Orville Moody claimed a 7-stroke win over Dan Sikes.

Since then, the name has changed on eight occasions, with the current title sponsor, Mitsubishi, the longest-serving partner. The lush fairway and ocean backdrop of Haualalai golf club has been on the Senior PGA Tour schedule since 2006.

The Kona-based golf course is a par 72 design and measures 7,117 yards off the back tees on an average day.

⛳️ Fun Fact: When Senior Golf Source polled the PGA Tour Champions caddies, this was their favorite location, with Pebble Beach in a close second.


Chubb Classic

Tiburon Golf Club, photo taken by Senior Golf Source
Tiburon Golf Club
LocationNaples, Florida
Golf CourseTiburon Golf Club
Tournament Purse$1,800,000
DatesFeb 16 – Feb 18, 2024
Defending ChampionBernhard Langer

Tournament History

The Chubb Classic debuted in 1988 as the Aetna Challenge and was played at The Club at Pelican Bay until 1990. Gary Player, a fellow citizen of South Africa (like me), won the 1988 edition. And another compatriot, Harold Henning, finished second in the 1989 vintage, two strokes behind Gene Littler.

The tournament has featured at 12 golf courses since its inception, with the latest change in 2021. The organizers switched the venue to the Tiburon Black Course, designed by Australian Greg Norman. The Tiburon Black course is a par 72 layout reaching 6,945 yards off the back tees.

Our team particularly loves this course in Naples because of its idyllic location near beaches and plenty of sunshine in southwest Florida. However, be prepared; the Ritz Carlton is on the property, and staying here tends to come at a hefty price.


Trophy Hassan II

LocationRabat, Morocco
Golf CourseRoyal Golf Dar Es Salam
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesFeb 22 – Feb 24, 2024
Defending ChampionStephen Ames

Tournament History

The Trophy Hassan II tournament is older than the PGA Tour Champions itself. The first event teed off in 1971, called the Moroccan Grand Prix, which saw Orville Moody defeat Jerry Heard by 2 strokes.

Prince Moulay Rachid hosts the event in honor of his father, Hassan II, and it is played at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam. The tournament was removed from the schedule between 1986 to 1990 but returned in 1991 when Vijay Singh defeated the late Payne Stewart in a playoff.

The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam is situated on a 440-hectare estate, winding through cork oak forests, and is littered with lakes and bunkers.


Cologuard Classic

LocationTucson, Arizona
Golf CourseOmni Tucson National
Tournament Purse$2,200,000
DatesMar 8 – Mar 10, 2024
Defending ChampionDavid Toms

Tournament History

The Cologuard Classic is the third event on the annual calendar and is one of the newest editions of the Tour. It was launched in 2015 at the Omni Tucson National in Arizona as the Tuscon Conquistadores Classic. The name changed to its current form in 2018.

Marco Dawson is the first name on the silverware after bagging the inaugural title in 2015 by 2 strokes over Barty Bryant. The Omni Tucson National reaches 7,328 yards off the back tees with a total par rating of 73.


Hoag Classic

LocationNewport Beach, California
Golf CourseNewport Beach Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesMar 22 – Mar 24, 2024
Defending ChampionErnie Els

Tournament History

The first tee shot in the Hoag Classic was struck in 1995, but back then was known as the Toshiba Senior Classic. The name remained in 2005 when “senior” was dropped from the title and became the Toshiba Classic. Toshiba continued as the title sponsor until 2018 when Hoag took over.

The William F. Bell designed Newport Beach Country Club is the host golf course and has set the stage for several fierce battles since its inception. Bob Murphy and Jay Sigel entered the record books in 1997 when the duo went 9 holes in a playoff before the winner was decided.

Newport Country Club is a par 72 golf course which is not as long as some on tour, measuring 6618 yards off the Championship tees.


The Galleri Classic

The Mission Hills Country Club
The Mission Hills Country Club
LocationRancho Mirage, California
Golf CourseMission Hills Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,200,000
DatesMar 29 – Mar 31, 2024
Defending ChampionDavid Toms

Tournament History

The Galleri Classic entered the Tour Champions fray in 2023, holding its first outing at the Dinah Shore course at the Mission Hills Country Club, Coachella Valley, California. The Par 72 golf course played 7,112 yards for the Galleri on average.

David Toms surged to victory in the inaugural version of this tournament played in 2023, beating Steven Alker by 4 shots.


Invited Celebrity Classic

LocationIrving, Texas
Golf CourseLas Colinas Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesApr 19 – Apr 21, 2024
Defending ChampionMark Hensby

Tournament History

Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, Texas, hosted the ClubCorp Classic in 2022, adding a new event to the Tour schedule. The event name changed to the Invited Celebrity Classic after the company rebranding in 2022.

The course measures 6973 yards off the black tees, and 71 is a par score. Scott Parel from Michigan was the first to get his hands on the trophy in the 2022 edition. Mark Hensby from Australia took the second iteration of the event in 2023 with a 54-hole score of 12 under par.


Mitsubishi Electric Classic

TPC Sugarloaf
Credit: TPC Sugarloaf
LocationDuluth, Georgia
Golf CourseTPC Sugarloaf
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesApr 26 – Apr 28, 2024
Defending ChampionStephen Ames

Tournament History

The PGA Tour Champions made the Mitsubishi Electric Classic a reality in 2013. However, its original title was the Greater Gwinnett Championship. Bernhard Langer won the inaugural event in 2013 by 3 strokes over Tom Lehman and Tom Pernice Jr.

TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Georgia, has put on the spectacle since it teed off over a decade ago. The 27-hole facility was designed by “The Great White Shark,” Greg Norman. The Stables/ Meadows are the usual combination for tournament events, but it may change depending on the years.

The Meadows and Stables 18-hole combination totals 7322 yards off the back tees and is a par 72 layout.


Insperity Invitational

LocationThe Woodlands, Texas
Golf CourseThe Woodlands Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,700,000
DatesMay 3 – May 5, 2024
Defending ChampionStephen Alker

Tournament History

The Insperity Invitational has cemented its place as a mainstay on the annual sporting calendar in Houston. It started in 2004 as the Administaff Small Business Classic and immediately entertained us. Larry Nelson crawled his way back from 7 shots down to force a playoff with Hale Irwin.

Nelson bagged the title, and the tournament holds firm two decades on. Since Administaff changed their name in 2008, the event is now the Insperity Invitational. It was initially played at Augusta Pines, Texas, but is now hosted by The Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course.

The par 72 Tournament Course at Woodlands Country Club extends 7025 yards off the back tee. John Daly set the par 3 16th alight in the 1994 Shell Houston Open when he pured a 6 iron off the tee and drained the shot for a memorable ace.


Principal Charity Classic

Credit: Wakonda Club
Credit: Wakonda Club
LocationDes Moines, Iowa
Golf CourseWakonda Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesMay 31 – June 2, 2024
Defending ChampionStephen Ames

Tournament History

The Principal Charity Classic resumes regulation tour play in June after back-to-back Majors in May. Des Moines, Iowa, has welcomed professionals with open arms since the event commenced in 2001 as the Allianz Championship.

Glen Oaks Country Club in West Des Moines hosted the inaugural showing of the Principal Charity Classic. It moved twice between 2001 and 2012 before finding solace at the Wakonda Club, which has held the Classic since 2013. Wakonda totals 6,847 yards off the back tees and is a par 72. 

Jim Thorpe won the first-ever Principal Charity Classic beating Gil Morgan by 2 strokes in 2001. Jay Haas has lifted the trophy three times, more than any of his peers.


American Family Insurance Championship

LocationMadison, Wisconsin
Golf CourseUniversity Ridge Golf Club
Tournament Purse$2,400,000
DatesJun 7 – Jun 9, 2024
Defending ChampionSteve Stricker

Tournament History

Tour Champions professionals stay in the midwest for the American Family Insurance Championship played at University Ridge Golf Club, Madison, Wisconsin. Steve Stricker is the tournament host, and 78 of the tour’s best players are penciled in on the tee sheet.

The Championship was born in 2016, and Kirk Triplett claimed a 2 shot victory over Bart Bryant and Mike Goodes. University Ridge is a par 72 Robert Trent Jones Jr design and is slightly lengthy for senior tour pros, stretching 7,259 yards. 

The front nine is relatively open, while the back nine is lined with trees and demands course management from tee to green.


Dick’s Sporting Goods Open

En-Joie Golf Club taken by Senior Golf Source showing their beautiful fairways and a small pond.
LocationEndicott, New York
Golf CourseEn-Joie Golf Club
Tournament Purse$2,100,000
DatesJun 21 – Jun 23, 2024
Defending ChampionPadraig Harrington

Tournament History

After a stint in the midwest, the tour heads east to Upstate New York, where the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open awaits. En-Joie has gracefully hosted the event since its inception in 2007, where R.W. Eaks triumphed over Bruce Vaughan by 3 strokes.

En-Joie is a 7,030-yard track off the back tees, and 72 is a par score for the round. The course was originally designed and built by local businessman George F. Johnson, but upgrades were made in 1998 and 1999. The greens transformed from flat round greens into challenging large and undulated dance floors.

We particularly “enjoy” the En-Joie course for its local, friendly vibe and beautiful rolling hills. While it’s not nearly as polished as most of the courses on this tour, we found it to be one of the best for spectators, with free tickets and giveaways.


Boeing Classic

LocationSnoqualmie, Washington
Golf CourseThe Club at Snoqualmie Ridge
Tournament Purse$2,200,000
DatesAug 9 – Aug 11, 2024
Defending ChampionStephen Ames

Tournament History

The Boeing Classic has become a permanent fixture on the PGA Tour Champions and Seattle sporting calendar. 2005 saw the first tee shot struck in the tournament when it was the Boeing Greater Seattle Classic.

David Eger claimed the inaugural trophy winning by 3 strokes over Tom Kite. However, in 2007, fans were treated to the largest contingent of players in a Tour Champions playoff. Seven players ended the tournament on 9 under par. Zimbabwean Denis Watson would eventually steal the show as he drained an eagle putt on the second playoff hole to bag the crown.

The Jack Nicklaus-designed Club at Snoqualmie Ridge has hosted the tournament since it launched, frequently challenging the Pros. The 7,264-yard layout with a par score of 72 suits long hitters given its wide fairways. It also treats you to spectacular mountain and water vistas.


Shaw Charity Classic

LocationCalgary, AB, Canada
Golf CourseCanyon Meadows G&CC
Tournament Purse$2,400,000
DatesAug 16 – Aug 18, 2024
Defending ChampionKen Duke

Tournament History

The Tour makes its way north to Calgary, Canada, in mid-August for the Shaw Charity Classic, a mainstay on the schedule since 2013. Although the course plays a par 72 for amateurs, they corrected the rating to a par 70 for the Shaw Charity Classic.

Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club has welcomed the tour since 2013, measuring 7,158 yards from the black tees. In addition, the course sits at 3,590 feet above sea level, adding extra yards to each shot. Rocco Mediate lifted the first trophy in 2013, obliterating the field by 7 strokes.


The Ally Challenge

Warwick Hills
Credit: Warwick Hills
LocationGrand Blanc, Michigan
Golf CourseWarwick Hills Golf & Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesAug 23 – Aug 25, 2024
Defending ChampionVijay Singh

Tournament History

Grand Blanc Township in Michigan is the venue for the Ally Challenge, one of the newer events on tour. The PGA Tour Champions arrived at the Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club in 2018 when Paul Broadhurst became the first champion.

The 7,112-yard golf course is a par 72 layout designed by Joe Lee and is relatively long for senior tour players, and is lined with trees. This demands a combination of driving distance, fairways, and greens in regulation.


Ascension Charity Classic

LocationSt. Louis, Missouri
Golf CourseNorwood Hills Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesSep 6 – Sep 8, 2024
Defending ChampionSteve Flesch

Tournament History

The Ascension Charity Classic is another tournament in its infancy on tour. It teed off for the first time in 2021 when David Toms beat Dicky Pride in a playoff. The St Louis-based Norwood Hills has hosted the first two Ascension Charity Classics on their West course, which is no stranger to tournament golf.

Norwood Hills plays 6,992 yards, and 71 is considered a par score. The fairways are lined with trees and demand an accurate tee shot to attack the flag on approach. In addition, 5 lakes are scattered throughout the links and come into play for half the round.


Sanford International

LocationSioux Falls, South Dakota
Golf CourseMinnehaha Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesSep 13 – Sep 15, 2024
Defending ChampionSteve Stricker

Tournament History

The tour returns to the Midwest in September for the Sanford International, another relatively young event. 2018 saw the Sanford International debut, and Steve Stricker showed his class to defeat Tim Petrovic and Jerry Smith by 4 shots.

Minnehaha Country Club is the host venue, littered with water hazards and tree-lined fairways. It is not the longest golf course on tour, reaching 6,530 yards off the burgundy tees, but it does demand precision to walk away with a low round.


Pure Insurance Championship

Pebble Beach Golf Links is one of the courses on the senior pga tour schedule.
Pebble Beach Golf Links
LocationMonterey Peninsula, California
Golf CoursePebble Beach Golf Links
Tournament Purse$2,300,000
DatesSep 20 – Sep 22, 2024
Defending ChampionThongchai Jaidee

Tournament History

As we enter the back end of the season, the Tour Champions journeys to the West Coast for the Pure Insurance Championship. The famed Pebble Beach is the host venue for the event, originally titled the First Tee Open. However, organizers have changed the name on five occasions.

The Pure Insurance Championship became the official title in 2017 and has remained since. Craig Stadler lifted the cup in the inaugural event in 2004, winning by 3 strokes over Jay Haas.


Constellation Furyk & Friends

Timuquana Country Club is a beautiful plantation-style club that backs up to the water.
LocationJacksonville, FL
Golf CourseTimuquana Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,000,000
DatesOct 4 – Oct 6, 2024
Defending ChampionSteve Stricker

Tournament History

The Constellation Furyk and Friends event kicked off in 2021 as a way for the Jim and Tabitha Furyk Foundation to raise funds for at-risk children. Timuquana Country Club puts on the event, which was first won by Phil Mickelson in the 2020-21 season.

The Country Club is located a short distance from my base for two years when I was navigating the high seas. Timuquana measures 6,949 yards from the back tees and is a standard Par 72 layout. Finally, its tree-lined fairways leave little margin for error, demanding accuracy off the tee.

If you’re traveling with family, Furyk & Friends is one of our favorites to bring the kids. In 2023, the tournament went all out with food trucks, a petting zoo, free ice cream, and more!


SAS Championship

LocationCary, NC
Golf CoursePrestonwood Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,100,000
DatesOct 11 – Oct 13, 2024
Defending ChampionRod Pampling

Tournament History

The SAS Championship has featured on the PGA Tour Champions since 2001, played at the Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, North Carolina. Bruce Lietzke won the inaugural outing and went back to back in 2002.

The 54-hole complex opts for the Meadow and Highlands combination of courses for the SAS, playing 7,237 yards and carrying a 72-par total.


Dominion Energy Charity Classic

LocationRichmond, VA
Golf CourseThe Country Club of Virginia
Tournament Purse$2,200,000
DatesOct 18 – Oct 20, 2024
Defending ChampionHarrison Frazar

Tournament History

The Dominion Energy Charity Classic is the first playoff round for the Charles Schwab Cup. The top 72 players on the money list will be invited to the no-cut event after the SAS Championship.

The Country Club of Virginia in Richmond has hosted the event since it teed off in 2016 when Scott McCarron bagged the title. The venue is dominated by tree-lined fairways and the odd water hazard, making accuracy vital for success.


Simmons Bank Championship

LocationSutton, Massachusetts
Golf CoursePleasant Valley Country Club
Tournament Purse$2,300,000
DatesOct 25 – Oct 27, 2024
Defending ChampionPadraig Harrington

Tournament History

The top 54 golfers on the money list after the Dominion Energy Charity Classic progress to the Simmons Bank Championship. The penultimate event of the year is hosted by Pleasant Valley Country Club, a parkland golf course with lightning-quick greens.

The tournament has a new headline sponsor this year after the partnership with TimberTech expired at the end of 2023.


Charles Schwab Cup Championship

LocationPhoenix, AZ
Golf CoursePhoenix Country Club
Tournament Purse$3,000,000
DatesNov 7 – Nov 10, 2024
Defending ChampionSteven Alker

Tournament History

The entire season has built up to this moment, where the remaining top 36 players are the only ones invited. The tour travels to Phoenix Country Club, Arizona, for the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

Puerto Rico, Oklahoma, and California all hosted the event before its switch to Arizona in 2014. The initial Charles Schwab Cup Championship was called the New York Life Champions played in Dorado, Puerto Rico, with Mike Hill winning the first two editions.

The parkland-styled Phoenix Country Club has hosted the cup since 2017,  measuring 6,764 yards, and it is a par 71.

5 PGA Tour Champions Major Tournaments


Regions Tradition

Golf Course: Greystone G&CC, Birmingham, AL
Tournament Purse: $2,500,000
Dates: May 10 – 12, 2024

Past Champions

2023Steven Alker-15
2022Steve Stricker-21
2021Alex Čejka-18 (Playoff)
2019Steve Stricker-18
2018Miguel Ángel Jiménez-19
2017Bernhard Langer-20

Tournament History

The Regents Tradition was first played in 1989 at the Desert Mountain Cochise course. Don Bies won the inaugural event by a shot over my compatriot Gary Player. Since 2016, the Founders Course at Greystone Golf and Country Club has remained the host venue.

It is the first major on the calendar, typically occurring in the second week of May after the Mitsubishi Electric Classic.


KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship

Golf Course: The Golf Club at Harbor Shores (MI)
Tournament Purse: $3,500,000
Dates: May 25 – May 28, 2024

Past Champions

2023Steve Stricker (playoff)-18
2022Steve Alker-16
2021Alex Čejka-8
2019Ken Tanigawa-3
2018Paul Broadhurst-19
2017Bernhard Langer-18

Tournament History

Like the PGA Championship, the senior edition is hosted at a different golf course every year. Years ago the tournament was hosted at Dunedin Golf Club in Florida from 1945 to 1962. Then, it moved to the PGA National Golf Club, which hosted it from 1982 to 2000.

The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship is the oldest senior golf tournament on the calendar, with Jock Hutchinson winning the first event in 1937 on 7 over par.


U.S. Senior Open

Golf Course: SentryWorld, Stevens Point, WI
Tournament Purse: $4,000,000
Dates: Jun 27 – Jun 30, 2024

Past Champions

2023Bernhard Langer-7
2022Padraig Harrington-10
2021Jim Furyk-7
2019Steve Stricker-19
2018David Toms-3
2017Kenny Perry-16

Tournament History

The third PGA TOUR major of the season sees the pros vie for the coveted Francis D. Ouimet Memorial Trophy. The U.S. Senior Open is played at a different golf course every year.

Winged Foot hosted the first U.S. Senior Open in 1980, and Argentine Roberto De Vicenzo claimed a 4-stroke victory.


Bridgestone Senior Players Championship

Golf Course: Firestone Country Club, Akron, OH
Tournament Purse: $3,500,000
Dates: Jul 11 – Jul 14, 2024

Past Champions

2023Steve Stricker-11
2022Jerry Kelly -11
2021Steve Stricker-7
2020Jerry Kelly-3
2019Retief Goosen-6
2018Vijay Singh-20 (Playoff)

Tournament History

The penultimate PGA Tour Champions major hits our screens in mid-July 2024 when the Kaulig Companies Championship returns to Firestone Country Club. The South Course or the “Monster” as it is colloquially known, is the chosen track.

It measures 7,400 yards off the Championship tees and is a par 70, with only one par 5 on each nine. The course is best suited to long hitters, and Jerry Kelly will attempt to win here for the third time in four years.

The inaugural Kaulig Companies Championship went ahead in 1983 at Canterbury Golf Club in Beachwood, Ohio. Miller Barber was the first to etch his name onto the trophy defeating Gene Littler by one stroke.


Senior Open Championship

Golf Course: Carnoustie Links, Scotland
Tournament Purse: $2,850,000
Dates: Jul 25 – Jul 28, 2024

Past Champions

2023Alex Čejka (playoff)+5
2022Darren Clarke-10
2021Stephen Dodd-13
2019Bernhard Langer-6
2018Miguel Ángel Jiménez-12

Tournament History

The Senior Open Championship returns to Carnoustie for the first time since 2016. Englishman Paul Broadhurst walked away victorious on that weekend. This is the third time that ‘Car-nasty hosts the best in the seniors game, and Alex Čejka will look to defend the title he won at Royal Porthcawl in 2023.

Gale-force winds and rain always remain a threat. We will see plenty of punch shots on approach and bump and runs around the dance floor. The first official Senior Open Championship was played at Turnberry in 1987 as Neil Coles walked away with a one-stroke victory.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are the PGA Champions playing?

The PGA Champions play on the PGA Tour Champions, for former tour and major winners. The Tour hosts over 28 tournaments a year at different venues across North America, Europe, and Africa.

What is the difference between PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions?

The PGA Tour is for professional golfers under the age of 50. Conversely, the PGA Tour Champions is for past tour winners and major champions over 50.

What yardage does the PGA Champions Tour play?

The yardage on the PGA Senior Tour courses plays between 6800 to 7300 yards. The yardage differs depending on the golf course and changes from one week to another.

How much do Champions Tour players make?

The 2023 PGA Champions Tour average was $303,404. Steve Stricker topped the list, winning $3,986,063, while Dennis Hendershott was at the bottom, taking home $1080.

How much do caddies make on the Champions Tour?

Caddies on the Champions Tour typically take home 5 to 10% of their players’ PGA Senior Tour winnings. However, each player-caddie agreement varies as there are no specific guidelines. 

Final Thoughts on the PGA Tour Champions

There you have everything you need to know about the PGA Tour Champions 2024. I have covered it all, from the schedules, history and past winners. It is evident that Bernhard Langer is a dominant force on the Tour, as he is tied with Hale Irwin for the most victories.

I recommend you bookmark this guide to refer back to for dates, past winners and tournament information. It is everything you need to stay updated and informed about the PGA Tour Champions.

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Matt Callcott-Stevens has lived and breathed golf since he was four. As a junior, he played competitively, until he discovered his talents were better suited to writing about the game. Matt holds a Postgraduate in Sports Marketing through the Johan Cruyff Institute in Barcelona and has provided golf game improvement tips to seniors and the average golfer for seven years.


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