Legends Tour 2022 Dates Announced



  • A minimum of 20 official events will make up the 2022 schedule with 15 confirmed today
  • Record prize money of over €15 million across the Legends Tour events
  • New events launched as part of 2022 schedule resulting in multiple new and returning international destinations
  • Exclusive Alliance Pro-Am experiences
  • The innovative Celebrity Series raising money for charity


The Legends Tour has today announced the schedule for the 2022 Legends Tour season, after two unprecedented years of restriction as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the Tour is looking largely superior than before, with over 20 events and record prize funds totalling over €15 million, across a variety of different countries and continents.

The 2022 season comprises of the refined Celebrity Series and a number of events in the ‘Alliance’ format, offering amateur golfers the opportunity to compete alongside the Legends of the game – a format unique in sport that brings golf fans a premium inside the ropes experience.

The Jersey Legends (10-12 June) will return to the schedule and will be played at La Moye Golf Club and is no stranger to elite competition, having hosted the Acorn Jersey Open in 2016 and is the home club of 1991 Masters winner and Legends Tour player Ian Woosnam.

The JCB Championship (29-31 July) at JCB Golf & Country Club in Uttoxeter, England is another confirmed new exciting addition to the calendar. The event will see a total prize fund of £600,000 and will be hosted by Ryder Cup and European Tour legend Darren Clarke with all profits being donated to JCB’s NSPCC Platinum Jubilee Appeal.

The Swiss Senior Open (8-10 July) will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2022 which is the longest-running tournament on the Legends Tour which has been held annually at Golf Club Bad Ragaz since 1997. The WINSTONgolf Senior Open will also celebrate it’s 10th anniversary in July.

The Sergio Melpignano Italian Senior Open (14-16 October) returns to San Domenico Golf in Savalletri, Puglia, Italy and will welcome the Legends Tour for its final stop on European soil before the final series of events in the Indian Ocean for the MCB Tour Championship which is being finalised and will be announced in the New Year.

Mark Aspland, Chief Operating Officer of the Legends Tour, said: “After two difficult seasons at the hands of the pandemic I am delighted that the rebranded Legends Tour is looking more prestigious than ever with a minimum of 20 events on the international schedule and a record prize fund of over €15 million.

“We are very pleased with the variety of new events featuring in the 2022 schedule including the JCB Championship and the Jersey Legends returning after the previous event in 2016.

“The Swiss Senior Open will see it’s 25th anniversary, which is a great milestone for the Legends Tour, along with the final series of events in the Indian Ocean for the MCB Tour Championship which is always a memorable way to conclude the season which I am very much looking forward to.”

Phil Harrison, Chief Executive Officer of the Legends Tour, said: “The impressive 2022 schedule is the result of great work from everyone at the Legends Tour, and with the unduly support of the Legends ambassadors it has proven pivotal to our growth.

“The Legends Tour is an integral part of the European Tour Group, and we are working in more international destinations than ever before. This co-aligns perfectly with our Legends Tour proposition by having long lasting relationships with specific destinations and supporting clients looking for premium experiences.”


Legends Tour 2022 schedule (confirmed events):

Start Date

End Date





Riegler & Partner Legends, Austria

Golf Club Murhof, Frohnleiten, Austria



Spain TBC




Jersey Legends

La Moye GC, Jersey



European Legends Links Championship, hosted by Ian Woosnam

Trevose Golf & Country Club, Padstow, England



US Senior Open

Saucon Valley CC, Bethlehem, PA, USA



Swiss Senior Open

Golf Club Bad Ragaz, Bad Ragaz, Switzerland



WINSTONgolf Senior Open

WINSTONopen, WINSTONgolf, Vorbeck, Germany



Senior Open Championship Presented by Rolex

Kings Course, The Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Scotland



The JCB Championship

JCB Golf & Country Club, Uttoxeter, England



Irish Legends presented by McGinley Foundation

Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort, Co Donegal, Ireland



Staysure PGA Seniors Championship

Formby GC, Southport, England



Legends Open de France hosted by Jean Van de Velde

Golf de St. Cloud, Paris, France



Scottish Senior Open hosted by Paul Lawrie




Farmfoods European Senior Masters hosted by Peter Baker




Sergio Melpignano Italian Senior Open

San Domenico Golf, Savalletria, Puglia, Italy

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