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PGLS Tours
Welcome to the PGLS TOURS where you play on either the American Tour or the Continental Tour, both of which cover a 46-week season, and are effectively a simulation of the real PGA Tour and European Tour. So this can also be considered as a CAREER option. Each season consists of 4 Majors, 4 WGC events, and 38 normal events. Every event is made up of four rounds of 18 holes and there is no 'cut'. Each tour has a 'money list' which is also used in the selection process for Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup teams.

All tourneys are played from Friday 00:00:00 to Wednesday 23:59:59 GMT/BST every week.

If you wish to take part please click here and then select Yes against PGLS Tours.

Tour Cards
BEFORE the beginning of each season every player is allocated to a tour on which to play. This will be based on a player's known geographical location. If their location is not known, Admin will allocate that player to a tour of Admin's choice. PLAYERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO CHANGE TOURS IN MID-SEASON.

Choice of Events
To give players a degree of freedom, everyone can choose to play UP TO 8 events on the tour to which they are not allocated. This does not include Major and WGC events as everyone will be playing these tourneys anyway. NOBODY CAN PLAY BOTH EVENTS IN THE SAME WEEK. Also, BEFORE a season commences EVERY PLAYER will have to specify which events, IF ANY, they wish to play ON THE TOUR TO WHICH THEY ARE NOT ATTACHED, up to and including a maximum of 8. This is done on the 'MY TOUR' page. This means that nobody will know who will be playing where until the actual event commences.

Earnings
PGLS Tours will employ a 3-tier earnings system. Major tourneys pay most points, WGC events pay second highest points, while all other events pay out a normal points amount. The bigger the tournament, the bigger the prize money - as in real life. ALSO, the higher the playing level, the more you can expect to earn. For example, a Tour Pro will earn more than a Pro when finishing an event in the same position, and a Pro will earn more than an Amateur when finishing in the same position.

Playing Levels
Players will use their existing PGLS Level. This may change during the 46 weeks the PGLS Tours is running and will be updated on Thursdays, the day the PGLS Tours are closed. Each tour has its own 'money-list', but there is also a 'Joint money-list' showing a player's total earnings from BOTH tours.

Tournaments
The same course and conditions are to be played by all players, regardless of playing level. When setting round conditions, Admin will endeavour to set different pins for each round - and different wind directions. Rounds can be played solo or with others up to a maximum of 8. Players are able to play along with others in any round they have already completed. However their scores will not be counted. Each round can be played in any order. This should help get matches played to fit in with other players who are available to play at the same time as you.


How it works
All matches can only be played directly from the Perfect Golf game. To do so please click on TOURNAMENTS down the left, then click on PUBLIC.

You will then see the PGLS Tour listed and the round you haven't played. All rounds are resumable which is indicated against each round with Resume.

You can stream / record your round on Twitch TV if you like. Click the following link on how to do this ...

Twitch TV