|Duration||4 December 2014– 22 November 2015|
|Number of official events||48|
|Most wins||3 – Rory McIlroy, Andy Sullivan|
|Race to Dubai||Rory McIlroy|
|Golfer of the Year||Rory McIlroy|
|Players' Player of the Year||Rory McIlroy|
|Sir Henry Cotton rookie of the year||An Byeong-hun|
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy defended the Race to Dubai, winning the title for the third time. He was also named Golfer of the Year. South Korea's An Byeong-hun was the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year.
The table below shows the 2015 European Tour schedule which began with two events in late 2014.
There were many changes from the previous season. There were six additions to the schedule, made up of four new tournaments: the True Thailand Classic, the Shenzhen International, the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay, and the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open; the Hero Indian Open, which was co-sanctioned by the European Tour for the first time; and the return of the European Open, which was last played in 2009.
Seven events were lost from the schedule: the Volvo World Match Play Championship and Volvo Golf Champions, as a result of Volvo reducing their sponsorship commitments; the Nelson Mandela Championship; the NH Collection Open; The Championship at Laguna National; the Wales Open, as a 15-year deal with Celtic Manor Resort came to an end; and the Perth International, which wasn't played in 2015 due to rescheduling from October to February.
In March, the tour confirmed that the British Masters, last held in 2008, was also being revived and added to the schedule. Later in the month, the Madeira Islands Open was cancelled due to persistent heavy rain; it was later rescheduled to the end of July, opposite the Paul Lawrie Matchplay.
- The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names show the number of official career wins they had on the European Tour up to and including that event. Totals are only shown for members of the European Tour and are inclusive of the three United States-based major championships which were included on the schedule for the first time in 1998, with earlier editions having retrospectively been recognised as official tour wins. Victories in "Approved Special Events" are not recognised as official tour wins.
- Rescheduled due to persistent bad weather.
Location of tournaments
Race to Dubai
Since 2009, the European Tour's money list has been known as the "Race to Dubai", and is based on money earned during the season. In a change for the 2015 season, the system was slightly modified to a full points system, with one euro equal to one point for all events leading up to the Final Series, where additional points were awarded (previously earnings were converted into points at the start of the Final Series); earnings from tournaments that award prize money in other currencies were converted at the exchange rate available the week of the event.
The following table shows the final top-10 in the 2015 standings.
|1||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||12||4,727,253|
|3||Branden Grace||South Africa||19||3,056,948|
|6||Louis Oosthuizen||South Africa||13||2,711,457|
|7||An Byeong-hun||South Korea||26||2,417,356|
- Full list can be found here.
|European Tour Golfer of the Year||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland|
|European Tour Players' Player of the Year||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland|
|Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year||An Byeong-hun||South Korea|
Golfer of the Month
The winners of the European Tour Golfer of the Month award:
|May||An Byeong-hun||South Korea|
|November||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland|
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