When & Where Are The Majors In Golf In 2023?

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When & Where Are The Majors In Golf In 2023?


A guide to both the men’s and women’s golf major tournaments in 2023. The majors in golf always provide excellent viewing and entertainment. Bringing together all the top players to compete against each other. And yes that still holds true this year with the majors allowing players on the LIV Tour to compete, which I think is great, we want to see all the top players in the majors.  Let’s take a look at when and where the majors are this year.

The Dates Of Golf’s Majors:

Men’s Majors:

  • The Masters at Augusta National – 6th – 9th April
  • The PGA Championship at  Oak Hill Country Club – 18th – 21st May
  • The US Open at Los Angeles Country Club – 15th – 18th June
  • The Open at Royal Liverpool Golf Club – 20th-23rd July

Women’s Majors:

  • The Chevron Championship – The Club at Carlton Woods (USA) – 20-23rd April
  • KPMG Women’s PGA Championship – Baltusrol Golf Club (USA) – 22nd-25th June
  • US Women’s Open – Pebble Beach (USA) – 6th-9th July
  • Evian Championship – Evian Resort Golf Club (France) – 20th-23rd July
  • AIG Women’s Open – Walton Heath (UK) – 10th-13th

 

If you were looking for a bit more information on the majors in golf, let’s go deeper.

Men’s Majors:

Let’s first take a look at the men’s majors.

The Masters

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Where: Augusta National

Dates: 6th – 9th April

2022 Champion: Scottie Scheffler

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The PGA Championship

Where: Oak Hill Country Club 

Dates: 18th – 21st May

2022 Champion: Justin Thomas

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The US Open

Where: Los Angeles Country Club

Dates: 15th – 18th June

2022 Champion: Matt Fitzpatrick

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The Open

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Where: Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Dates: 20th-23rd July

2022 Champion: Cam Smith

This year The Open takes us to the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, ranked as the 27th best course in the UK and Ireland.

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Although it’s not a major… I just couldn’t leave this one out…

The Ryder Cup

Where: Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome, Italy

Dates: 29th Sept – 1st Oct

Previous Champions: USA

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When And Where Are The Women’s Majors In 2023?

Moving on to the women’s game and with 5 majors on the calendar let’s take a look at where they will be heading. 

 

The Chevron Championship

Where: The Club at Carlton Woods (USA)

Dates: 20-23rd April

2022 Champion: Jennifer Kupcho

 

KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

Where: Baltusrol Golf Club (USA)

Dates: 22nd-25th June

2022 Champion: In Gee Chun

 

US Women’s Open

Majors in golf in 2023 - US Women's Open - Pebble Beach

 

Where: Pebble Beach (USA)

Dates: 6th-9th July

2022 Champion: Minjee Lee

 

Evian Championship

Where: Evian Resort Golf Club (France)

Dates: 20th-23rd July

2022 Champion: Brooke Henderson

 

AIG Women’s Open

Where: Walton Heath (UK)

Dates: 10th-13th

2022 Champion:Ashleigh Buhai

This year’s Women’s Open will be taking place at Walton Heath Golf Club in the UK, ranked 35th in the Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland.

 

So there you have it, that’s your schedule of 2023’s majors, make sure you get them in your calendar so you don’t miss them. Remember once you’ve joined Sunday Red Golf, join the community and get involved in all the golf chat around the tournaments.

 


Chris Wright
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Chris Wright

Chief Hacker at Sunday Red Golf. I absolutely LOVE the game of golf and will chat with anyone and everyone about it.

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