Men's Professional Golf Majors in 2020
Since the first Masters in 1934, the golf season seems to begin anew every spring with this timeless showcase of the world's greatest players battling it out on this pristine mecca of golf perfection. From the first tee shot by the honorary starters, until Sunday's final group walks up 18, this tournament owns the attention of the golf world.
2019 saw the move of the PGA in the season calendar, nicely slotted between the Masters and US Open. Brooks Koepka will go for 3 straight PGA Championships in 2020 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Harding Park, the namesake of President Warren G. Harding, has hosted the President's Cup and WGC-Match Play in recent years.
It's back to Mamaroneck, New York in 2020 and the fearsome, yet highly respected, Winged Foot Golf Club. In the 1974 U.S. Open +14 got you a top 10 finish here and in 2006 +8 was T6. 2020 will likely be no easier and once again we may see several strokes over par win on the West course.
Sandwich, Kent, England and the Royal St George's Golf Club will be the venue for the 2020 Open Championship. This course first hosted an Open Championship in 1894 and Darren Clarke's 2011 victory remains one of the most popular in the championship's storied history.