Sergio Garcia will
play a full schedule of golf's glamour events for the rest of the year,
including the Alfred Dunhill Cup, the World Matchplay Championship and
the Million Dollar Challenge.
The 19-year-old prodigy's
management company announced Garcia's schedule on Thursday at the British
Masters, where the Spaniard is not playing.
He will start a tough
international run when he makes his Ryder Cup debut for Europe against
the Americans at Brookline, near Boston, in two weeks' time.
Garcia, who chased
world number one Tiger Woods right to the finish line at last month's PGA
Championship before losing by a stroke, will return to Europe right after
the Ryder Cup to play in the German Masters in Cologne the following weekend.
Then he will be part
of Spain's three-man team at the Alfred Dunhill Cup at St Andrews from
October 7-10 before playing in the 12-man World Matchplay championship
at Wenworth a week later.
Full fields for those
events will be announced over the next two weeks.
After a free week,
Garcia will play successive events in Spain, the Volvo Masters at Montecastillo
in Jerez from October 28-31 and the new American Express World Golf Championship
at Valderrama .
He then jets off
to Japan for the Taiheiyo Masters from November 11-14 and the Dunlop Phoenix
a week later.
The Million Dollar
Challenge in Sun City, South Africa, is slotted into his schedule from
December 2-5 and Garia will crown his year by playing in the new Tiger
Woods Foundation event in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the turn of the year.