From the Masters to the Ryder Cup, explore the best competitions in 2023 from the PGA Tour and the DP World Tour as we list our picks for golf’s biggest tournaments this year to attend in luxury style.

Once the golf season is in full swing, there’s no stopping the number of top-level competitions on offer across the main PGA Tour and its European counterpart, the DP World Tour.

Both tours feature must-see action every weekend, with some major competitions coming every so often.

Here, we are listing our picks for golf’s biggest tournaments this year, and we tell you how you can go to these competitions and experience the play in style and luxury.

The Masters

6th-9th April

The iconic Hogan Bridge at the 12th hole at Augusta National
Image: The iconic Hogan Bridge at the 12th hole at Augusta National

Possibly the most well-known golf tournament in the world is The Masters at Augusta National. This championship is synonymous with the PGA Tour, and the level of play every year provides an incredible competition.

The iconic tournament, with its green jacket and the famous Hogan Bridge at the 12th hole, is a dream for every golfer at every level. While Augusta is incredibly exclusive to play at, when the Masters comes around, the fight for tickets is fierce as people look to get the chance to be at the famous course.

2023’s Masters is building to be a fantastic affair, with many top golfers playing some of the best golf of their career to date.

The UK’s top guy at current, Rory McIlroy, has been in excellent form over the last 12 months, but it will take a lot from him if he wants to dethrone the world number one Scottie Scheffler, who will be looking to defend his green jacket.

You won’t want to miss the action this year, so look to get your Masters hospitality package now. Seat Unique still has packages available for days two (Friday) and four (Sunday).

With a Masters hospitality package, you will enjoy the day with fantastic access, getting to watch the action from the best location possible wherever you go around the course.

Courtesy of the Executive Club package, breakfast, lunch and afternoon hors d'oeuvres will be served to you, while a premium bar will be available to purchase drinks from.

Indoor and outdoor spaces are available so you can either bask in the Georgia sun or hide away from it, which if you do want to do, you won’t miss a moment with multiple TV screens to watch the action.

Overall, enjoy the southern comfort country club atmosphere, combining business with pleasure while enjoying casual elegance and tradition with a Masters hospitality package.

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US PGA Championship

18th-21st May

The PGA Championship trophy, a.k.a the Wanamaker Trophy
Image: The US PGA Championship trophy, a.k.a the Wanamaker Trophy

The US PGA Championship is the second major of the year, taking place this season at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, USA. It only recently has moved to be the second major of the year, when before it was the last one held in mid-August.

A win at the US PGA Championship gives a lot of career security for the player, as they will receive eligibility to the tournament for life, as well as an invitation to play at the other three majors and The Players Championship for the next five years.

The location of the championship changes year to year, with locations such as Oak Hill, Pinehurst and Quail Hollow all hosting the tournament in the past.

The US PGA Championship trophy is impressive, to say the least. The Wanamaker Trophy, as it is named, stands at nearly 2.5 feet tall and weighs 12kg.

Phil Mickelson had quite possibly the greatest US PGA Championship victory in 2021, being an outside bet for the win and taking his second win in the major after his first in 2005.

You can look to enjoy the 2023 US PGA Championship in style with premium hospitality. Register your interest now so you can be contacted if/ when we get any packages.

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U.S. Open

15th-18th June

The U.S. Open trophy
Image: The U.S. Open trophy

The U.S. Open is the third PGA Tour major competition of the year and is similar to The Open Championship in a number of ways.

For one, it is also held at a different location every year, with iconic US courses such as Torrey Pines, Pebble Beach and Oakmont all having hosted it in the past.

It is also similar due to it having an open qualification process, meaning it is open to any professional or amateur (who falls within the USGA Handicap Index) to qualify for.

First held in 1895, it is the oldest of the American majors and the second oldest to The Open Championship.

The 2023 U.S. Open will be held at the Los Angeles Country Club, the first time this course will be hosting a PGA Tour major championship.

You can register your interest with Seat Unique now to show you would like to be contacted about premium packages to the U.S. Open, and we will make sure to let you know if/ when we get any ticket packages in.

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Betfred British Masters

30th June-2nd July

The first hole at the 2022 Betfred British Masters, The Belfry
Image: The first hole at the 2022 Betfred British Masters, The Belfry

From the Masters at Augusta to Britain's very own Masters, the Betfred British Masters was first held in 1946. It hasn’t been run every year since then, and it isn’t one of the top events on the DP World Tour, but it still is a desirable competition considering where it is held.

The Betfred British Masters can change where it's played year-on-year, as each season a tournament host is chosen, with a leading British golfer choosing the course and doing their best hosting duties.

2016 Augusta Masters champion Danny Willett was designated in 2021 and 2022, choosing The Belfry. Even after English legend Sir Nick Faldo was chosen for 2023, with him holding the designation until 2026, The Belfry was still the choice to hold the tournament.

This is no surprise, as The Belfry is one of the UK’s leading courses, with the Brabazon course providing a strong challenge for the competitors and the location being the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association (the PGA).

2022 Betfred British Master's winner Thorbjorn Olsen holding up the trophy
Image: 2022 Betfred British Master's winner Thorbjorn Olsen holding up the trophy

You can witness the action from the 2023 Betfred British Masters in style, with great access to the course to see all the action from wherever you’d like or watch from an elevated viewing platform which provides prime views overlooking the 18th green.

Indulge in contemporary dining from selected food stations and access the complimentary bars serving beer, wine and soft drinks. You’ll also be treated to morning coffee and a light breakfast, as well as lunch with selected wines and afternoon tea.

In short, you will be spoiled for the entire day at the Betfred British Masters, so decide which day you want to go for (between Friday-Sunday) and get your premium package now.

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Genesis Scottish Open

13th-16th July

A player teeing off on the first hole at the Genesis Scottish Open
Image: A player teeing off on the first hole at the Genesis Scottish Open

The Genesis Scottish Open is one of the DP World Tour’s Rolex Series events, which is essentially the European tour's equivalent to the PGA Tours major tournaments.

In recent years, the Scottish Open has been held at links courses, which could have been done strategically as the tournament usually is played a week or two before The Open, meaning it appeals to many players to get themselves ready for the upcoming PGA major.

Generally, top players have come to play in the Scottish Open for the reason of it being close in date to The Open, and not just because it's also played at a links course. It helps the non-European players to get used to the British playing conditions.

PGA Tour legends such as Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els have won this tournament, with Mickelson’s win in 2013 showing he was in prime form in the UK that year as he also went on to win The Open for the first and only time in his career the very next weekend.

American Xander Schaufelle is the reigning champion, taking his win last year at the Renaissance Club into this year's campaign, with the tournament once again being held there (as it will be until 2026).

Fans watching on as players take their shots on the green
Image: Fans watching on as players take their shots on the green

Due to its importance in preparing for The Open, a large majority of the top players on the PGA Tour will be competing, making this one DP World Tour tournament you will not want to miss.

Get your premium Genesis Scottish Open hospitality package now, the Green on 18 package, which gives you access to the course and to the greenside terrace overlooking the 18th hole.

You will have a private table (or groups of 10, smaller group sizes will be shared), where you will be served morning coffee and breakfast, a three-course lunch menu served with selected wines, and afternoon food offerings.

There will also be a full bar serving complimentary beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks throughout the day.

Be sure to get your hospitality package now for any of the four days of the weekend and experience the Genesis Scottish Open in luxury.

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The Open Championship

20th-23rd July

The scoreboard at the end of the 2021 Open Championship
Image: The scoreboard at the end of the 2021 Open Championship

Great Britain’s biggest golf tournament on the PGA Tour and in general is The Open Championship. The Open rivals The Masters for being the most desirable championship every year, with the coveted Claret Jug being the trophy many want to lift the most.

The Open moves around each year, going to some of Britain’s most prestigious courses such as St Andrews and Muirfield, both in Scotland, and Royal St George’s in Kent, England.

The 2023 edition will be held at Royal Liverpool, which first hosted the tournament in 1897. The links course can provide a very difficult challenge depending on weather conditions.

As a win at The Open is just as appealing to the tour golfers as victory at The Masters, every player aims to bring their A-game to the tournament. The UK players are always cheered the most, with Rory McIlroy touted to be favourite to win it this year.

But it will be the true hometown hero, Tommy Fleetwood, receiving the best reception, owing to the fact he hails from the nearby town of Southport.

Getting tickets to The Open can be difficult, so let us help you out with attempting to get tickets while also getting to experience it in luxury.

Register your interest in The Open hospitality packages for any day you want, and we will be sure to contact you if we get any packages and/or tickets for either that day or any day of the weekend.

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BMW PGA Championship

14th-17th September

Rory McIlroy walking from the tee at the BMW PGA Championship
Image: Rory McIlroy walking from the tee at the BMW PGA Championship

Ending this list is the BMW PGA Championship, another of the DP World Tour’s Rolex Series events and is not directly related to the PGA Tours PGA Championship.

Ever since 1984, the tournament has been played at the Wentworth Club, home of the PGA European Tour.

It is the latest tournament on this list, coming in mid-September and essentially signalling the end of the summer golf season.

This is a tournament that is favoured more by European players, with only two Americans ever winning it (Arnold Palmer in 1975 and Billy Horschel in 2021).

It is also the second most lucrative tournament on the DP World Tour, and was the most prior to 2009 and the introduction of the Race to Dubai with its $10 million Dubai World Championship season-ending tournament.

A packed grandstand watches on as players play on the green at the 2022 BMW PGA Championship
Image: A packed grandstand watches on as players play on the green at the 2022 BMW PGA Championship

Enjoy the action at the Wentworth Club in 2023 with premium hospitality to the BMW PGA Championship.

The Ballroom package will give you course access, access to the clubhouse Ballroom, and dedicated grandstand seating on the 18th green.

You will dine at a table of 10 or 12 for the day, where you will have breakfast upon arrival, a three-course lunch, and afternoon food offerings.

A complimentary bar will be available to you, offering unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks throughout the day. There will also be exclusive shuttle access to the halfway house, where complimentary beverages will be served throughout the day.

If you’re interested in going this year, get your premium BMW PGA Championship hospitality package now.

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