Grand Slam tournament
(1) British Open
The full name of the British Open is the British Open Championship, hosted by the Royal Ancient Golf Club. The British Open is one of the four major events in the world golf competition.
(2) US Open
Sponsored by the United States Golf Association (USGA), the event is called the United States Open Championship. It is one of the four high-level golf tournaments in the world. It was founded in 1895.
(3) American Masters
The American Masters (also known as the Masters) can be described as the most golf tournament in the world. It has special rules for participation, and its total prize money and championship prize money are the highest among the four major tournaments.
(4) United States Professional Golf Association Championship
The United States PGA Championship is one of the four major competitions, founded in 1916. The PGA Championship ranks second only to the Masters in the total prize money and championship prize amount of the four major competitions. The competition is held in August every year and is the last of the four major competitions.
(1) Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup Golf Tournament began in 1927. Each party in the Ryder Cup Golf Tournament has 12 participants. It is held every odd-numbered year and uses match play. The competition is divided into 3 days, a total of 28 games. The first two days are four-player and four-ball matches, a total of 16 games, and the last day is 12 singles. In a foursome game, two players from each side will take turns to hit the ball.
(2) World Cup
The Golf World Cup is a high-level golf tournament in the world, held once a year. It is a tournament where players represent countries or regions in the four major international events of golf.
The Golf World Cup started in 1953. The founder was Canadian businessman John Jay Hopkins.
(1) The Curtis Cup (The Curtis Cup)
The Curtis Cup is sponsored by the American Women’s Golf League and the United States Golf Association. The first Curtis Cup match play was held in 1932. The players competed, but the informal competition between the two countries started as early as 1905. The trophy was donated by the Kitis sisters who were the champions of the American Women's Amateur Championship.
(2) The Solheim Cup (The Solheim Cup)
The Solhan Cup is hosted by the European Women’s Professional Golf Tournament and the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf Tournament, also known as the Ryder of the Pan-Atlantic Women’s Professional Team Tournament or Women’s Tournament Cup, held every two years. The competition was sponsored by Karsten Solheim, the founder of the world-famous PING golf equipment company.
(3) US Woman Open
The U.S. Women’s Open is hosted by the United States Golf Association. It was started in 1946 and is mainly for professional golfers.
(4) British Woman Open (British Woman Open)
The British Women’s Open is sponsored by the British Women’s Golf League. It was started in 1976 and the first tournament was held at Fuford Stadium. 
(1) Asian Professional Golf Tournament
This is an Asian golf tournament and also a golf tournament.
(2) Asian Masters
The Asian Masters was founded in 2002. The predecessor of the event was the Volvo Malaysia Masters in 1994. The first Volvo Asian Masters was held in Bangkok, Thailand.
1. China Professional Golf League Cup
The China Professional Golf League Cup is approved by the Small Ball Management Center of the State Sports General Administration and hosted by the China Golf Association. The China Professional Golf League Cup was founded in 2001. The predecessor was the BAT (British American Tobacco China) China Professional Golf League Cup. It is a professional golf tournament that combines regional and international features. It is the earliest golf in my country. One of the professional events. Since the start of the UEFA Cup, 30 major tournaments have been held in more than ten provinces and cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Yunnan, Hainan, Guangdong, Shandong, Jiangsu, etc., and it has truly become the Chinese golf profession. Event brand.
II. China Amateur Golf Tournament
The China Amateur Golf Tour is sponsored by the China Golf Association and sponsored by CITIC Chaoyang Golf Management Co., Ltd. This event, which was born in 2001, has now become China's high-level, large-scale and most influential event.
3. HSBC Champions Tournament
The HSBC Champions Tournament was held for the first time at Yushan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China in November 2005. The total prize amount was as high as 5 million U.S. dollars, attracting players from the European Tour and the Australian Tour. A total of 75 golfers, including the single-station champions of professional golf tournaments such as the Asian Tour and the Sunshine Tour, participated, including Tiger Woods, who was ranked in the world at the time, and Singh, who was ranked second. This is also Tiger. · Woods participated in the official World Ranking Tournament in China for the first time.
The "HSBC Champions Tournament" is scheduled to be held in November every year, in order to wait until the major tournaments are over and the champions come out before the final list of invitations is determined. The participation of the winners of the four major tournaments has brought together the best players in the world golf rankings, and it can be regarded as a true international championship held in China.
In 2009, the HSBC Championship was officially accepted by the World Golf Championship and became a stop on the PGA Tour schedule. The lineup of the HSBC Champions Tournament is characterized by "a gathering of champions from all over the world", and the format is a 72-hole individual stroke play.
IV. VOLVO China Open
Since the first VOLVO China Open was held in Beijing in 1995, this tournament has developed into a professional golf event in China, attracting wide attention from people from all walks of life at home and abroad. VOLVO has been sponsoring this event for 10 years, and has worked closely with its two partners, the China Golf Association and Fortis Global, to jointly promote the development of golf in China.
On January 25th, 2005, the Volvo China Open held at Shanghai Xubao Golf Club ushered in its 10th anniversary, and it also became the first Asian Tour and European Tour. Tournament joint event.
5. China Golf Tournament
On July 5, 2005, the China Golf Association (CGA) officially announced the launch of the China Golf Tour. The purpose of holding this professional golf tournament is to accelerate the training of golfers for China.
VI. VOLVO China Youth Championship
VOLVO China Youth Championship is sponsored by the China Golf Association. It is a strong support for the domestic professional golf media "Golf" magazine, "Orient Golf" TV column, and "Golf Weekly". The mother came into being. Outstanding young players from the 15-17, 13-14, and 11-12 age groups in China gathered in this competition. Through two rounds of stroke play, the overall champion of each age group was decided.