Fox Sports will be bringing back the classic tour, the classic Caribbean tour.
The Tour de France will be back next year and a new tour of the Bahamas is scheduled for the summer.
The Bahamas Tour of Lights will also return for the first time in 30 years, with a new date set for next summer.
A total of 17 countries will be on the itinerary including four World Cup countries, and it will include the first-ever Grand Slam of Golf.
“The Tour de la Reunion and the Bahamas Tour are among the most iconic events in the world and the perfect way to bring the best of both worlds together,” said Rob Smith, Tour de Force and Classic Tour Manager for Fox Sports.
“The Caribbean is one of the most beautiful parts of the world, and we are excited to return to it once again.
We are excited for the excitement of the event and for the fans, who will be able to enjoy all the sights, sounds and smells of this incredible country.”
The Tour of America will be returning to the USA for the third time since 2012.
It will include three major events including the US Open, the Presidents Cup and the Masters, which will be held in Miami.
The US Open and the Presidents Cups are held every four years in Washington, DC.
The Masters is held every three years in Augusta, Georgia.
Fox Sports’ American Tour of Duty, the only international tour to be hosted by Fox Sports, is slated to begin on July 1, 2018.
The tour will begin with the 2018 US Open.