Get your calendars out. Calendars for 2016, that is. It’s going to be a momentous year, and not just because there’s a Presidential election. In the golf world, along with the four majors, there’s a Ryder Cup and, for the first time in more than a century, Olympic golf to slot in. Which is why a datebook comes in handy. Since the Rio Olympics will take up most of August 2016, the PGA Championship—to be held at Baltusrol in New Jersey (above)—is being pushed back, most likely to the last week of July. As a result of that move, the British Open—at Royal Troon, on Scotland’s west coast—probably will be moved back a week or two from its usual third-week-in-July date; final confirmation should come soon. For the moment, the Masters and U.S. Open (at Pittsburgh’s Oakmont, June 16-19) appear safe. But you never know, so for now you might want to write in those dates in pencil.