The Majors: Everything you need to know about golf’s nine Grand Slam events

Professional golf has nine Major events each season – four in the men’s game and five in the women’s. These are the events every player dreams of winning – the events on which their careers are ultimately judged when they end.

At, we bring you everything you need to know about the Grand Slam Tournaments, covering them all on-site and from our UK base.

The men do battle at The Masters (April), US PGA Championship (May), US Open (June) and The Open (July – the only men’s Major on British soil), while the women compete at the Chevron Championship (April), US Women’s Open (May), KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (June), the Amundi Evian Championship (July), and the AIG Women’s Open (August).

From our in-depth guides to the fields and the courses the Championships are played on, to interviews with the key protagonists and everything you missed from each day of the Major weeks, we’re on hand to bring it all to you.

Scottie Scheffler wins the 2024 Masters Tournament

Golf’s 2024 Major Championships

  • The Masters | April 11-14, Augusta National: Won by Scottie Scheffler
  • The Chevron Championship | April 18-21 | The Club at Carlton Woods, The Woodlands, Texas: Won by Nelly Korda
  • PGA Championship | May 16-19 | Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky): Won by Xander Schauffele
  • US Women’s Open | May 30-June 2, Lancaster Country Club, Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Won by Yuka Saso
  • US Open | June 13-16 | Pinehurst Resort and Country Club, Pinehurst, Caroline: Won by Bryson DeChambeau
  • KPMG Women’s PGA Championship | June 20-23 | Sahalee Country Club, Sammarish, Washington: Won by Amy Yang
  • The Amundi Evian Championship | July 11-14 | Evian Resort Golf Club, Evian-les-Bains, France
  • The 152nd Open Championship | July 18-21 | Royal Troon, Troon, Scotland
  • AIG Women’s Open | August 22-25 | St Andrews Old Course, Fife, Scotland