GolfWorldCup.com has revealed the full schedule of the 16-nation tour which will start in late July with the opening round of the tournament.
The tournament starts in late August with a four-day European Championship in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Golfers will compete in the European Championship and then travel to China for the China Open, the second and final major in the tour.
For the first round of matches, which will be played on the opening day, the European Champions will play the No. 1 ranked team from the group stage, with the No 1 team in the group progressing to the final stage of the tour which is the Australian Open.
In addition to the European Championships, the tour will feature a pair of international tournaments, the Women’s World Golf Championship in Sydney, with Australia, the No 3 ranked team in Asia, and the No 2 ranked team (No. 1) in the world.