2019 in golf

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Years in golf

2019 in sports

This article summarizes the highlights of professional and amateur golf in the year 2019.

Men's professional golf

Major championships

World Golf Championships

FedEx Cup playoff events

Other leading PGA Tour events

For a complete list of PGA Tour results see 2019 PGA Tour.

Leading European Tour events

For a complete list of European Tour results see 2019 European Tour.

Team events

  • 12–15 December: Presidents Cup – The U.S. team won, 16–14, for the eighth straight time.

Tour leaders

Awards

Results from other tours

Other happenings

Women's professional golf

LPGA majors

Additional LPGA Tour events

For a complete list of LPGA Tour results, see 2019 LPGA Tour.
For a complete list of Ladies European Tour results see 2019 Ladies European Tour.

Team events

  • 13–15 September: Solheim Cup – Team Europe won the Cup with a 14½–13½ victory over Team USA.[29]

Money list leaders

Other tour results

Other happenings

Senior men's professional golf

Senior majors

Charles Schwab Cup playoff events

Full results

Money list leaders

Awards

Senior women's professional golf

Senior majors

Amateur golf

Golf in multi-sport events

  • 10–13 July: Pacific GamesNew Caledonia swept the gold medals: men's individual (Dylan Benoit), women's individual (Emilie Ricaud), men's team and women's team.[56]
  • 8–11 August: Pan American GamesFabrizio Zanotti of Paraguay took the men's gold medal in a playoff, American amateur Emilia Migliaccio took the women's gold medal and the American team (all amateurs) took the mixed team gold medal.[57]
  • 2–6 December: South Asian Games – Nepal took the men's individual (Subash Tamang) and team gold medals while Sri Lanka took the women's individual (Grace Yataeara) and team gold medals.[58]
  • 4–7 December: Southeast Asian Games – James Leow Kwang Aik of Singapore took the men's individual gold medal while Thailand won men's team gold. The Philippines took the women's gold medals with Bianca Pagdanganan taking the individual title.[59][60]

Deaths

Table of results

This table summarizes all the results referred to above in date order.

Dates Tournament Status or tour Winner
17–20 Jan Latin America Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament Mexico Álvaro Ortiz
21–24 Feb WGC-Mexico Championship World Golf Championships United States Dustin Johnson
14–17 Mar The Players Championship PGA Tour Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy
27–31 Mar WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play World Golf Championships United States Kevin Kisner
3–6 Apr Augusta National Women's Amateur Amateur women's individual tournament United States Jennifer Kupcho
4–7 Apr ANA Inspiration LPGA major South Korea Ko Jin-young
11–14 Apr Masters Tournament Men's major United States Tiger Woods
9–12 May Regions Tradition Senior major United States Steve Stricker
16–19 May PGA Championship Men's major United States Brooks Koepka
17–22 May NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships U.S. college championship Duke / María Fassi
23–26 May Senior PGA Championship Senior major United States Ken Tanigawa
24–29 May NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships U.S. college championship Stanford / Matthew Wolff
30 May – 2 Jun U.S. Women's Open LPGA major South Korea Lee Jeong-eun
11–15 Jun The Womens Amateur Championship Amateur women's individual tournament England Emily Toy
13–16 Jun U.S. Open Men's major United States Gary Woodland
17–22 Jun The Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament Republic of Ireland James Sugrue
20–23 Jun KPMG Women's PGA Championship LPGA major Australia Hannah Green
26–29 Jun European Amateur Amateur men's individual tournament Germany Matthias Schmid
27–30 Jun U.S. Senior Open Senior major United States Steve Stricker
11–14 Jul Bridgestone Senior Players Championship Senior major South Africa Retief Goosen
18–21 Jul The Open Championship Men's major Republic of Ireland Shane Lowry
24–27 Jul European Ladies Amateur Championship Amateur women's individual tournament England Alice Hewson
25–28 Jul WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational World Golf Championships United States Brooks Koepka
25–28 Jul The Evian Championship LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour major South Korea Ko Jin-young
25–28 Jul The Senior Open Championship Senior major Germany Bernhard Langer
1–4 Aug AIG Women's British Open LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour major Japan Hinako Shibuno
5–11 Aug U.S. Women's Amateur Amateur women's individual tournament Australia Gabriela Ruffels
8–11 Aug The Northern Trust PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff United States Patrick Reed
12–18 Aug U.S. Amateur Amateur men's individual tournament United States Andy Ogletree
15–18 Aug BMW Championship PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff United States Justin Thomas
22–25 Aug The Tour Championship PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy
7–8 Sep Walker Cup Great Britain & Ireland v United States
men's amateur team event
 United States
13–15 Sep Solheim Cup Europe v United States
women's professional team event
European Union Team Europe
19–22 Sep BMW PGA Championship European Tour England Danny Willett
26–29 Sep Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament China Lin Yuxin
18–20 Oct Dominion Charity Classic PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez
31 Oct – 3 Nov WGC-HSBC Champions World Golf Championships Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy
1–3 Nov Invesco QQQ Championship PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff Scotland Colin Montgomerie
7–10 Nov Charles Schwab Cup Championship PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff United States Jeff Maggert
21–24 Nov DP World Tour Championship, Dubai European Tour Spain Jon Rahm
21–24 Nov CME Group Tour Championship LPGA Tour South Korea Kim Sei-young
12–15 Dec Presidents Cup International team vs. United States team
men's professional team event
United States U.S. team

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