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The 2016-17 PGA Tour has already

started their schedule with seven of

44 regular season events completed

in the fall wrap-around season.

Four FedEx Cup Playoff events and

a Presidents Cup will complete the

season in September and October.

Total prize money available on the

PGA Tour in 2016-17 will exceed

$303 million, plus an additional $35

million is up for grabs in the four

FedEx Cup Playoff events. Throw in

another $34 million of FedEx Bonus

Pool money and the 200 or so PGA

Tour professionals that compete on

tour should be able to afford a nice

Christmas for their families next year.

The PGA Tour, as usual, begins the

2017 campaign in Hawaii with the

SBS Tournament of Champions the

first week of January. It jumps over to

Honolulu the following week for the

Sony Open before returning to the

west coast for five events in California

and Arizona.

The Waste Management Phoenix

Open is always held the same

weekend as the Super Bowl, February

5th, and draws the largest crowds in

golf, plus the par-3 16th stadium hole

adds entertainment value.

One noticeable change out west,

with Northern Trust switching to

Brief Overview of the

2017 PGA Tour


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