The PGA Tour’s first soft tour will debut this weekend, but if you’re itching to check out the tour’s new soft tour, you’re going to need some money to do it.
The P.G.A. will kick off its first soft event on Thursday, March 16 with the first of two weekends of tours.
Each of the soft events will feature two top players — and no one in the PGA Championship field — competing on the same day.
The schedule is subject to change, so make sure you’re on the lookout for any changes before it’s too late.
The first soft, warped event will be held at PGA Par-3 at Andrews Air Force Base.
The three-day event will take place March 10-12.
A pair of other events will follow on the second weekend.
In addition to that, the P.S. 4-Day Tour is scheduled to begin its soft tour on Friday, March 14 with the No. 5 player from the Piedmont Tour, Rory McIlroy, taking part.
That event will feature five players from the field: Tiger Woods, Justin Rose, Jason Day, Zach Johnson and Bubba Watson.
The No. 4 player from that tour, Zach Haas, will also be taking part in the event.
The other two soft events on the schedule include the No-No tour and the Noisy PGA Classic, both taking place on Sunday, March 17.
1 and 3 players from each of those events will compete in a tournament to determine the winner.
For the Noisiest PGA tour, players will be competing against each other on a loop at the Pinstripe Golf Club, with each player getting a shot in one of the six holes of the course.
The P.P.G., meanwhile, will take its first tour event under the warped name, with the event taking place at PinnacleBank National in the D.C. suburbs.
Pinnacle is the host of the PGCU PGA Championships, the first event under that moniker since the PPG opened the event in 2001.
The new P.O.W. tour will also feature two new players.
A trio of players will join the Pledging and Tour Committee, which is expected to release the Pledged Player List sometime this week.
Those three players will represent the three-year-old Pledger, a program run by the Golf Writers Association of America that offers a series of events featuring players who have yet to compete in the majors.
The tour’s next soft tour event, the No D.I.C., will take the course at New Hampshire’s Greenfield Country Club.
That will take over the course for a week in late March.
That same week, the tournament will be renamed the No P.E.
C, the third iteration of the event, and will feature three players from that year’s field: Jason Day and Justin Rose.
There will also also be two players from this year’s P.W.: A.D. Wilson, a player who will play the No Noisy tour and also compete in his first PGA TOUR event.
Wilson has not competed in a PGA or PGA championship event since the 2009 season.
In 2011, Wilson finished fourth at the FedExCup, which put him in contention for the PSA Professional Tour’s FedExCups, and he finished third in the FedExD.
C at Oakmont in the final round of the 2013 season.
He also finished fourth in the 2012 FedExCaddies.
He finished seventh in the 2011 FedExCadets.
Wilson is also a member of the WTA, which he has won a total of four times.