2018 in golf

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This article summarizes the highlights of professional and amateur golf in the year 2018.

Men's professional golf

Major championships

World Golf Championships

FedEx Cup playoff events - see 2018 FedEx Cup Playoffs

Other leading PGA Tour events

For a complete list of PGA Tour results see 2018 PGA Tour.

Leading European Tour events

For a complete list of European Tour results see 2018 European Tour.

Team events

Tour leaders


Results from other tours

Other happenings

Women's professional golf

LPGA majors

For a complete list of LPGA Tour results, see 2018 LPGA Tour.

Additional LPGA Tour events

Ladies European Tour event

For a complete list of Ladies European Tour results see 2018 Ladies European Tour.

Team events

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


Amateur golf

Other happenings

Golf in multi-sport events


  • 3 March – Lally Segard (born 1921), French amateur golfer who won the 1950 British Ladies Amateur.[30]
  • 9 March – Jerry Anderson (born 1955), Canadian golfer who one once on the European Tour.[31]
  • 13 March – Dave Ragan (born 1935), American golfer who won three times on the PGA Tour.[32]
  • 20 March – Bobby Mitchell (born 1943), American golfer who won twice on the PGA Tour.[33]
  • 22 March – Lyn Lott (born 1950), American golfer who played on the PGA Tour in the 1970s and 1980s.[34]
  • 14 May – Doug Ford (born 1922), American golfer who won 19 times on the PGA Tour including two majors; World Golf Hall of Fame member.[35]
  • 20 May – Carol Mann (born 1941), American golfer who won 38 times on the LPGA Tour including two majors; World Golf Hall of Fame member.[36]
  • 19 June – Hubert Green (born 1946), American golfer won won 19 times on the PGA Tour including two majors; World Golf Hall of Fame member.[37]
  • 20 June – Peter Thomson (born 1929), Australian golfer who won The Open Championship five times; World Golf Hall of Fame member.[38]
  • 26 June – Phil Rodgers (born 1938), American golfer who won six times on the PGA Tour.[39]
  • 17 July – Mark Hayes (born 1949), American golfer who won three times on the PGA Tour, including the 1977 Tournament Players Championship.[40]

Table of results

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

Dates Tournament Status or tour Winner
12–14 Jan EurAsia Cup Europe v Asia
men's professional team event
Team Europe
20–23 Jan Latin America Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament Chile Joaquín Niemann
1–4 Mar WGC-Mexico Championship World Golf Championships United States Phil Mickelson
21–25 Mar WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play World Golf Championships United States Bubba Watson
29 Mar – 1 Apr ANA Inspiration LPGA major Sweden Pernilla Lindberg
5–8 Apr Masters Tournament Men's major United States Patrick Reed
10–13 May The Players Championship PGA Tour United States Webb Simpson
17–20 May Regions Tradition Senior major Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez
18–23 May NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships U.S. college championship Arizona / Jennifer Kupcho
24–27 May BMW PGA Championship European Tour Italy Francesco Molinari
24–27 May Senior PGA Championship Senior major England Paul Broadhurst
25–30 May NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships U.S. college championship Oklahoma State / Broc Everett
31 May – 3 Jun U.S. Women's Open LPGA major Thailand Ariya Jutanugarn
8–10 Jun Curtis Cup Amateur women's team tournament  United States
14–17 Jun U.S. Open Men's major United States Brooks Koepka
18–23 Jun The Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament South Africa Jovan Rebula
26–30 Jun British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship Amateur women's individual tournament Germany Leonie Harm
28 Jun – 1 Jul U.S. Senior Open Senior major United States David Toms
28 Jun – 1 Jul KPMG Women's PGA Championship LPGA major South Korea Park Sung-hyun
12–15 Jul Constellation Senior Players Championship Senior major Fiji Vijay Singh
19–22 Jul The Open Championship Men's major
26–29 Jul The Senior Open Championship Senior major
2–5 Aug Ricoh Women's British Open LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour major
2–5 Aug WGC-Bridgestone Invitational World Golf Championships
6–12 Aug U.S. Women's Amateur Amateur women's individual tournament
9–12 Aug PGA Championship Men's major
13–19 Aug U.S. Amateur Amateur men's individual tournament
23–26 Aug The Northern Trust PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff
29 Aug – 1 Sep Espirito Santo Trophy Women's amateur team event
31 Aug – 3 Sep Dell Technologies Championship PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff
5–8 Sep Eisenhower Trophy Men's amateur team event
6–9 Sep BMW Championship PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff
13–16 Sep The Evian Championship LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour major
20–23 Sep The Tour Championship PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff
28–30 Sep Ryder Cup European team vs. United States team
men's professional team event
4–7 Oct International Crown LPGA Tour team event
4–7 Oct Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship Amateur men's individual tournament
19–21 Oct Dominion Charity Classic PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff
26–28 Oct PowerShares QQQ Championship PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff
25–28 Oct WGC-HSBC Champions World Golf Championships
9–11 Nov Charles Schwab Cup Championship PGA Tour Champions Charles Schwab Cup playoff
15–18 Nov DP World Tour Championship, Dubai European Tour
15–18 Nov CME Group Tour Championship LPGA Tour
21–25 Nov World Cup of Golf Men's professional team event


  1. ^ "Patrick Reed wins Masters for first major title". ESPN. Associated Press. 9 April 2018. 
  2. ^ DiMeglio, Steve (17 June 2018). "Brooks Koepka wins U.S. Open to become first repeat champion in 29 years". USA Today. 
  3. ^ "Phil Mickelson wins playoff in Mexico, ends long drought". USA Today. Associated Press. 4 March 2018. 
  4. ^ "Bubba Watson takes out Justin Thomas en route to Match Play win". ESPN. Associated Press. 26 March 2018. 
  5. ^ "Webb Simpson completes big win at Players Championship". ESPN. Associated Press. 14 May 2018. 
  6. ^ "Rory McIlroy falls short as Francesco Molinari clinches title at Wentworth". ESPN. PA Sport. 27 May 2018. 
  7. ^ "Team Europe fight back to retain EurAsia Cup in Kuala Lumpur". ESPN. PA Sport. 14 January 2018. 
  8. ^ "OWGR Board Announcement". OWGR. 7 August 2017. 
  9. ^ "Board Announcement". OWGR. 22 December 2017. 
  10. ^ "Board Announcement". OWGR. 2 May 2018. 
  11. ^ Harig, Bob (14 May 2018). "Justin Thomas ends Dustin Johnson's 15-month reign as world golf No. 1". ESPN. 
  12. ^ "Dustin Johnson reclaims world's top spot with St. Jude Classic win". ESPN. Associated Press. 11 June 2018. 
  13. ^ "Pernilla Lindberg captures ANA Inspiration title on eighth extra hole". ESPN. Associated Press. 2 April 2018. 
  14. ^ "Ariya Jutanugarn wins U.S. Women's Open on fourth playoff hole". ESPN. Associated Press. 3 June 2018. 
  15. ^ "Sung Hyun Park wins KPMG Women's PGA Championship in playoff". ESPN. Associated Press. 1 July 2018. 
  16. ^ "Moriya Jutanugarn wins LPGA L.A. tourney for first tour win". ESPN. Associated Press. 23 April 2018. 
  17. ^ "Sei Young Kim wins Thornberry Creek Classic in historic fashion". ESPN. Associated Press. 8 July 2018. 
  18. ^ "Miguel Angel Jimenez wins Regions Tradition for first senior major title". ESPN. Associated Press. 20 May 2018. 
  19. ^ "Paul Broadhurst finishes at 19 under to match Senior PGA tourney record". ESPN. Associated Press. 27 May 2018. 
  20. ^ "David Toms sinks clutch putts to secure victory at U.S. Senior Open". ESPN. Associated Press. 1 July 2018. 
  21. ^ "Vijay Singh overcomes Jeff Maggert in Senior Players playoff". ESPN. Associated Press. 15 July 2018. 
  22. ^ "Niemann wins Latin America Amateur, qualifies for Masters". ESPN. Associated Press. 23 January 2018. 
  23. ^ "Wake Forest's Jennifer Kupcho wins women's NCAA golf title". ESPN. Associated Press. 21 May 2018. 
  24. ^ "Arizona outlasts Alabama for NCAA women's golf title". ESPN. Associated Press. 23 May 2018. 
  25. ^ "Augusta golfer Broc Everett's first college victory is the NCAA title". ESPN. Associated Press. 28 May 2018. 
  26. ^ "Cowboys breeze past Crimson Tide for 11th men's golf title". ESPN. Associated Press. 30 May 2018. 
  27. ^ "Kristen Gillman leads U.S. singles blowout in Curtis Cup". ESPN. Associated Press. 10 June 2018. 
  28. ^ Stevens, Matthew (24 June 2018). "Auburn's Jovan Rebula wins 123rd British Amateur Championship; qualifies for 2018 Open Championship, 2019 Masters and 2019 U.S. Open". USA Today. 
  29. ^ Herrington, Ryan (1 July 2018). "Germany's Leonie Harm goes from near-fatal accident to Ladies' British Amateur champion". Golf Digest. 
  30. ^ "Lally Segard passes away aged 96". R & A. 6 March 2018. 
  31. ^ "Canadian golf mourns the loss of Jerry Anderson". PGA Tour. 11 March 2018. 
  32. ^ Cox, Chris (15 March 2018). "Three-time Tour winner Ragan passes away". PGA Tour. 
  33. ^ "PGA golf legend Bobby Mitchell dies". WBTM. 21 March 2018. 
  34. ^ Preston, Robert (22 March 2018). "Lyn Lott, Douglas Native And Former PGA Pro, Passes At Age 67". DouglasNow.com. 
  35. ^ McCabe, Jim (15 May 2018). "World Golf Hall of Fame member Ford dies at 95". PGA Tour. 
  36. ^ "Carol Mann Passes Away At Age 77". LPGA. 21 May 2018. 
  37. ^ "Green passes away at age 71". PGA Tour. 20 June 2018. 
  38. ^ Blake, Martin (20 June 2018). "Golf loses a legend in Peter Thomson". The Sydney Morning Herald. 
  39. ^ Romine, Brentley (27 June 2018). "Phil Rodgers, gifted player and instructor, dies at 80". Golfweek. 
  40. ^ "Former Players champ Hayes passes away at 69". PGA Tour. 17 July 2018. 

External links

Men's tours' official sites

  • PGA Tour and portal to Champions and Web.com Tours
    • Champions Tour
    • Web.com Tour
  • European Tour and portal to European Senior and Challenge Tours
    • European Senior Tour
    • Challenge Tour
  • Japan Golf Tour (English version)
  • Asian Tour
  • PGA Tour of Australasia
  • Sunshine Tour
  • OneAsia Tour

Women's tours' official sites

  • LPGA Tour
  • Symetra Tour
  • Ladies European Tour


  • Official World Golf Ranking – updated each Monday
  • Women's World Rankings – updated each Monday
  • World Amateur Golf Rankings – updated each Wednesday

Golf news sites

Australia based

  • iseekgolf.com

UK based

  • BBC golf coverage
  • Golftoday.co.uk
  • Golf365.com

U.S. based

  • golf.com
  • The Golf Channel

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