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The six UK events will all be played without spectators, but Pelley is hopeful of having a selection of players and caddies wearing microphones to enhance the viewing experience for those watching live on Sky Sports Golf.
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The following year, the tour became "all-exempt" with the end of pre-qualifying for tournaments. The European Tour has always been sensitive to the risk that its best players will leave to play on the PGA Tour for many reasons.
The PGA Tour usually offers higher purses and European players want to increase their chances of glory in the three majors played in the U.
In an attempt to counter this phenomenon, the European Tour introduced the "Volvo Bonus Pool" in This was extra prize money which was distributed at the end of the season to the most successful players of the year—but only golfers who had played in a high number of the European Tour's events could receive a share.
This system continued until , after which renewed emphasis was placed on maximising prize money in individual tournaments.
In , the tour visited Asia for the first time for the Dubai Desert Classic. By , there were 38 events on the schedule, including 37 in Europe, and the start of the season had moved up to February.
This has since proven to be one of the most notable initiatives in the history of the tour, as East Asia is becoming almost its second home.
Shortly afterwards the tour also made its debut in the former Soviet Bloc at the Czech Open , but much less has come of this development as participation in golf in the former Soviet region remains low and sponsors there are unable to compete financially with their Western European rivals for the limited number of slots available on the main tour each summer.
However, the second-tier Challenge Tour has visited Central and Eastern Europe somewhat more frequently. In , the European Tour added the three U.
Open — to its official schedule. The leading European Tour players had all been competing in them for many years, but now their prize money counted towards the Order of Merit a year later for the Masters Tournament , which sometimes made a great deal of difference to the end-of-season rankings.
The following year, in , the World Golf Championships were established with the three individual tournaments, also offering substantially more prize money than most European events, added to the European Tour schedule.
Since the minimum number of events that a player must play to retain membership of the European Tour was eleven, the addition of the majors and WGCs meant that players could potentially become members, or retain membership, of the tour by playing just four other events.
For the season, the minimum number of events required for members was increased to twelve;  this coincided with the elevation of the HSBC Champions , previously a European Tour event co-sanctioned by three other tours, to World Golf Championships status.
The minimum increased to 13 in , but beginning in team events such as the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup were allowed to count towards the minimum.
The minimum was reduced from five to four in The European Tour is considered the second most important tour in men's golf, behind the United States-based PGA Tour , but retains significantly higher standing than other leading golf tours around the world.
This status is reflected by the minimum world ranking points available in each tours respective tournaments, and prize money available.
However this includes the majors and World Golf Championships , which are the most lucrative on the schedule, so the difference for regular tournaments is substantially higher.
Even though the prize funds of many European Tour events have increased rapidly since the late s, especially with the introduction of the Race to Dubai and the Rolex Series , on occasion the European Tour has failed to attract as many leading players to its events as in the past, with even some of the top European players staying away.
When Continental Europe produced its first global golf stars in the s, such as Seve Ballesteros , and especially when Europe began to notch wins over the United States in the Ryder Cup in the mid s, there was widespread optimism about the future standing of the European Tour relative to the PGA Tour.
This has ebbed away as leading players continued to base themselves in the United States and several major European countries, such as Germany and Italy, have not produced high-ranked golfers on a regular basis as was formerly anticipated.
Nonetheless, the number of European countries which have produced winners on the European Tour and PGA Tour has increased, with notable golfing depth developing in the Scandinavian countries.
However, since the late s more young golfers from around the world are starting their careers directly in the United States, often having attended college as amateurs, usually with golf scholarships , before turning professional.
Conversely, some young American players have sought to kick-start their professional careers in Europe, having failed to qualify for either PGA Tour or its development tour.
For example, former world number one amateur , Peter Uihlein , announced in December that he would not return for his final semester at Oklahoma State University and would begin professional play in Europe the following month, both through sponsor's exemptions on the main European Tour and on the developmental Challenge Tour.
It has been claimed that finances of the European Tour are heavily dependent on the Ryder Cup. In simple terms, the European Tour loses money in non-Ryder Cup years, makes a tidy profit in years the event is played in the United States where the PGA of America, not the PGA Tour, owns the event and reaps the majority of the income , and then hits the lottery in years the tournament is staged in Europe.
Earlier this year, Golfweek reported that the European Tour made more than 14 million pounds in pre-tax profit in , the last time the Ryder Cup was staged in Europe.
A year later, when there was no Ryder Cup, it lost more than 2. The owners of the and venues respectively Sir Michael Smurfit and Sir Terry Matthews committed to hosting European Tour events at their venues for more than a decade after winning bidding, and also guaranteed the purses for those tour events.
Since , with the exception of , the season has actually started late in the previous calendar year, but the seasons are still named by calendar year, rather than for example —06, which would reflect the actual span of play.
All of the events up until late March take place outside Europe, with most of these being co-sanctioned with other tours. From then on, the tour plays mainly in Europe, and the events in its home continent generally have higher prize money than those held elsewhere, excluding the major championships, which were added to the tour schedule in ; three individual World Golf Championships events, added the following year, most of which take place in the United States; and the HSBC Champions, elevated to World Golf Championships status in