A billiarts touring series that started in 2017 is coming to an end.
The RCA Touring series will end in 2022 and it will be replaced by a new touring event.
The tour will be called the RLC Touring Championship and the RCC Touring Championships will also end.
The new series will be a six-day event that will be held at the Washington National Golf Club.
The event will have three rounds with a $1,500 cash prize and a $250,000 prize.
The first round of the tournament will take place at the NGC-PAL and will be headlined by the reigning Touring Champion, Rory McIlroy, the new champion of the women’s division.
The top three finishers in the men’s division will advance to the final round of two-day tournament.
The final round will be played on the PGA Tour Championship course at the Virginia Golf Club in Charlottesville.
The new tour will start in 2022.
The RCA tour will run from April through October with the Touring championship taking place from November through December.
The first event is being hosted by golf course owner, Larry Finchem.
The event will be on the course of the new golf course at Virginia Golf Course.
The golfers will compete in five different divisions: men, women, junior, masters, and professional.
The men’s and women’s divisions will compete at the same course.
The junior division will compete on the golf course of Washington National.
The women’s and men’s divisions compete in different courses.
The women’s golf course will be the home course of US Open champion Dustin Johnson, the former champion of men’s golf.
The junior golf course has a capacity of 2,000.
The men’s will be located in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The tournament will be hosted by Larry Fanchem, a member of the board of the Golf Course Alliance of America, the professional golf course tour that has partnered with the Washington Golf Club for the past two years.
The events will be televised by Golf Channel.