The DP World Tour has commenced its European Swing, which includes three events so far: the Soudal Open, claimed by Spain's Nacho Elvira; the European Open, won by England's Laurie Canter; and the Volvo Car Scandinavia Mixed, dramatically secured by Swede Linn Grant from the Ladies European Tour. Elvira tops the European Swing standings with three additional qualifying events scheduled, culminating in the BMW International Open in early July.

The DP World Tour's new structure divides the season into five distinct Swings: the Opening, International, Asian, European, and Closing Swings. Each Swing champions a unique identity, and winners earn a $200,000 Bonus as part of a 'mini-Order of Merit'. Following the Global Swings, a $1 million Bonus Pool will be distributed among the top ten players on the Race to Dubai who have participated in at least eight 'regular' Global Swings events, excluding Majors and the co-sanctioned Genesis Scottish Open.

The Back Nine, commencing in August 2024 and ending in October 2024, includes nine historic tournaments and national Opens, open to all Swing champions. The top 15 non-members from the top 70 on the FedEx Cup Rankings on the PGA Tour can also compete, aiming for the DP World Tour Championship. The top 110 players on the Race to Dubai Rankings after the Back Nine will secure their DP World Tour cards for 2025, while the top 70 advance to the DP World Tour Play-Offs in the UAE.

The Play-Offs feature the $9 million Abu Dhabi Championship at Yas Links Abu Dhabi in November 2024, determining the top 50 players who will compete in the season-ending $10 million DP World Tour Championship, Dubai. At season's end, the top-ten DP World Tour members on the final Race to Dubai Rankings will earn PGA Tour cards for 2025, and the leading ten players will share a $6 million Bonus Pool.