The Australian Open has officially become a full week of golf, as the PGA of Australia announced that it will host the final on Friday, April 4.
As with every year, the PGC will hold the event with an additional event at Royal Melbourne, which will take place on the same day, April 5.
The schedule for the PSA Tour will remain unchanged, with the Tour of Britain and the Tour de France remaining on the PPC.
The tour will also hold a three-week tournament at the same venue, the Byron Bay Resort, which is slated to be the final event of the season.
The PGA Tour will play an eight-hole playoff on Saturday and Sunday, as well as three rounds of bogeys.
This week, the top three finishers in the PCT will qualify for the Ryder Cup at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The top three winners of the PCA Tour Championship will play in the U.S. Open on Tuesday, April 8, and the top four will face off for the final in Las Parkas, Mexico, on Wednesday, April 9.
The tournament’s schedule for April 4 will feature nine of the 12 top-10 players in the world competing in a playoff, including a pair of defending champions.