Brooks Koepka, winner four days ago of his fifth career Major in the 2023 PGA Championship and now 13th in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR). Image Credit: Supplied

Following all the excitement of Brooks Koepka (US) winning the 2023 PGA Championship, the second Major the year, the week returns with a bang with some high-profile events across the world.

LIV Golf, featuring Koepka is having a week at Washington DC, with its $25 million LIV Golf model with $20 million going to the Individual Event and $5 million for the Team Event in the 54-hole no-cut event with 48 players and 12 Teams.

The DP World Tour is back with the historical KLM in the Netherlands, first staged in 1912.

Home favourite

Dubai’s Adrian Meronk (Pol) is one of the marquee players in the tournament playing tomorrow (Thursday) in round one at 8.30 am (local time) alongside home favourite Joost Luiten and Romain Langasque (Fr). Victor Perez (Fr), third in the Race to Dubai Rankings, and Dubai residents Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel) and Adrian Otaegui (Spain) as well as Abu Dhabi resident David Horsey (Eng) are all in the 156-player field.

The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, the second major of the year in Seniors Golf sees Dubai’s Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind) in the $3.5 million event played over the Par 72, 7,154 yards Fields Ranch East at PGA Frisco in Texas. The defending champion is Steven Alker (NZ).

17 year-old Chiara Noja, representing Jumeirah Golf Estates, will tee it up on Friday in the 54-hole Belgium Ladies Open. Chiara is currently 11th in the season long Race to Costa Del Sol and fifth on the LET Money List with €137,546.72.

LIV Golf Tour

Friday 26th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

LIV Golf - DC

Venue: Trump International GC, Washington DC, US

Purse: $25 million

PGA Tour

Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

Charles Schwab Challenge

Venue: Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas, US

Purse: $8.7 million

DP World Tour

Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

KLM Open

Venue: Bernardus Golf, Cromvoirt, Netherlands

Purse: $2 million

Champions Tour

Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship

Venue: Field Ranch East, PGA Frisco, Texas, US

Purse: $3.5 million


Wednesday 24th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

Bank of Hope LPGA Championship

Venue: Shadow Creek, Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Purse: $1.5 million

Ladies European Tour

Friday 26th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

Belgium Ladies Open

Venue: Naxhelet GC, Wanze, Belgium

Purse: €300k

Challenge Tour

Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May, 2023

Copenhagen Challenge presented by Ejner Hessel

Venue: Royal Golf Club, Copenhagen, Belgium

Purse: €250k