The European Seniors Tour will launch its 14th season with the now traditional "Caribbean Swing" on the islands of Barbados and Tobago in March.
A brand new venue will be The Heritage at Killenard, Ireland, for the AIB Irish Seniors Open, while Collingtree Park in Northampton hosts The Mobile
Managing director Andy Stubbs said: "The Tour promises to deliver another season of great opportunity for both our new and existing members.
"It has seen great stability over recent years with a constant 20 weeks of competition from March until October."
The venue for the tour's richest event, the Senior British Open, has yet to be announced. It has been at Royal County Down, Turnberry and Royal
Portrush the last three years.
2-4 DGM Barbados Open, Royal Westmoreland, Barbados 11-13 Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic, Tobago Plantations, Tobago.
13-15 French Seniors Open, to be confirmed, 20-22 Italian Seniors Open, Venice, Italy (26-29 US Senior PGA Championship, Laurel Valley,
3-5 AIB Irish Seniors Open, The Heritage at Killenard, Ireland 10-12 Jersey Seniors Classic, La Moye, Jersey 17-19 The Mobile Cup,
Collingtree Park, Northampton, England, 24-26 De Vere Hotels Seniors Classic, De Vere Slaley Hall, Newcastle, England.
13 Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open, Royal St. Davids, Harlech, Wales, 8-10 Nigel Mansell Sunseeker International Classic, Woodbury Park,
Devon, England, 21-24 Senior British Open, tbc (28-31 US Senior Open, NCR Country Club, Kettering, Ohio)
4-7 De Vere PGA Seniors Championship, De Vere Carden Park, Chester, England, 12-14 Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open, Bad Ragaz, Switzerland,
19-21 Travis Perkins Senior Masters, Wentworth, Surrey, England, 26-28 Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open, tbc
24 Bovis Lend Lease European Senior Masters, Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
13 Sanremo Masters, Sanremo, Italy, 21-23 Seniors Tour Championship, tbc
(Events in brackets do not count towards the European Seniors Tour Order of Merit)