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Your NEXT round could change the course of your career

Ready to chase your professional golf dreams in Trackman simulators? Learn how the NEXT Golf Tour works — then sharpen your grooves, strap on your glove and show the world what you’ve got.

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Real-world opportunity

Thanks to an innovative partnership between Trackman and the European Tour group, the top male player of Season 2 will receive invitations to three tournaments on the Challenge Tour and one tournament on the DP World Tour during the 2024 season. Stay tuned for updates on similar opportunities for our female players.


Joining is easy. Winning is hard.

Whether you're a returning player or new to the NEXT, be sure to review the updated Players Guide for important details on signing up, recording your round, receiving payouts and more.

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NEW: NEXT Recorder app

Players now record their rounds with the NEXT Recorder app, which automatically uploads content to Trackman after each hole. Learn more in the Players Guide.

NEW: Live leaderboard

Fans will be able to follow players’ rounds in near-real time through the live leaderboard, which features a split-screen view of every shot on every hole.

NEW: Manual putting

Beginning with Round 3, players will putt when they are on the green and outside gimme range (2.4 m/8 ft). Get more details on the Rules page.

NEW: $30,000 first prize

Every winner on the NEXT Golf Tour is now guaranteed to take home at least $30,000, regardless of how many players are in the field. That's game-changing money.

NEW: Elevated events

Rounds 3 and 6 have been designated as elevated events, with $50,000 added to the purse — including an extra $20,000 for the winner.

NEW: 10-day window

Each event window begins on a Friday and ends on a Sunday, giving players the convenience of two full weekends to complete their rounds.
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A level playing ground

The NEXT Golf Tour provides equal opportunities for all golfers to shine. Players of any gender are welcome to join. Men and women compete straight-up from different tee boxes in stroke play, with separate competitions for the Longest Drive side game.

Side games

In-round challenges such as Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive and Longest Birdie (or Better) Streak offer another level of competition — and another earning opportunity.

Be a Social Standout

Following Rounds 1–6, four prizes totaling $6,000 will be awarded to eligible players who share their NEXT experiences on Instagram. Get details on the Rules page.

A platform that works for you

The in-round content captured by the NEXT Golf Tour app will be available for download, so you can share your highlights on your social channels. For players with sponsors, this presents a unique promotional opportunity. Get more details in the Players Guide.
“I think it’s a great opportunity to continue playing during the offseason... It keeps you sharp and your routine and competitive juices flowing. It’s a different setting, but I think it’s great. During first couple weeks back outside, I could definitely tell that my swing was in a good spot."
Leslie Cloots
“The NEXT Golf Tour is great value for money if you play golf because you don’t have any travel expenses and you play for big money. So, it was a no-brainer for me... I won Round 4, I started believing in myself and then I played the season of my life outdoors. So I’m very thankful for the NEXT Golf Tour because it’s something we really needed.”
Nikke Tyry
“It’s fun to play against the men, to see the leaderboard and know you can play among them. And then especially to win it was very, very big for me... This definitely ranks high as one of the biggest moments of my professional career. It’s been so fun.”
Sofie Kibsgaard
“I got the opportunity — thanks to the NEXT Golf Tour — to play a DP World Tour event this year. I’ve always dreamed about it, and it was amazing just to be there and see how all the pros train on the range and the putting green... That’s something I will always take with me as a confidence booster going into tournaments in the Nordic League. I know that I can play good golf.”
Rasmus Rosin