Tommy Fleetwood will host next season’s British Masters at Hillside Golf Club in Southport.
The tournament only returned to the Tour four years ago and there were fears that it could once again drop off the calendar following the end of a sponsorship deal.
However, the European Tour have been able to keep the event on the list and Fleetwood will welcome his rivals to Southport.
Eddie Pepperell is the current champion following his victory at Walton Heath earlier this month.
The 2019 campaign will get underway at the Hong Kong Open on November 22, 2018 with the season set to finish in Dubai a year later.
Meanwhile, the historic Open de France will take place in October and the Andalucia Valderrama Masters, which was won by Sergio Garcia earlier this month, has been brought forward to June.
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