Report: PGA Tour is cutting down its fall 2023 schedule

The PGA Tour’s fall 2023 schedule is beginning to take shape.

A tentative fall schedule shows seven events scheduled for September, October and November, according to a Golf Channel report. In the 2022 fall slate, there were nine official events.

The CJ Cup, which had four locations over six years, and the Houston Open, which has been a part of the Tour’s schedule since 1946, aren’t on the tentative schedule for the fall. It’s unclear whether they could move elsewhere on the schedule during the 2023-24 season.

The fall slate will reportedly begin in Napa, California, at the Fortinet Championship, Sept. 14-17. Then there would be two weeks off, which includes the Ryder Cup in Rome.

The Sanderson Farms Championship would be Oct. 5-8, with the Shriners Children’s Open (Oct. 12-15) in Las Vegas and Zozo Championship (Oct. 19-22) in Japan.

The World Wide Technology Championship is slated for Nov. 2-5, though it’s unclear where it will be played. Mayakoba’s El Cameleon Golf Club has hosted the tournament in recent years but in 2023 is hosting a LIV Golf League event February 2023. The PGA Tour’s fall slate would conclude with the Bermuda Championship (Nov. 9-12) and RSM Classic (Nov. 16-19).

The fall 2023 schedule will also include the QBE Shootout in Naples, Florida, which is becoming a mixed-team event with PGA Tour and LPGA players.

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