The action then switches a month later to the US PGA Championship on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park on Long Island where Rory McIlroy will be chasing his third title. It will be staged between May 16-19.
Next up is the US Open at Pebble Beach, scene of Tigr Woods's stunning 15-shot victory in 2000 and Graeme McDowell's win a decade later.
Barney Francis Head of Sky Sports said: "It promises to be a stunning year for golf fans with countless fascinating stories of the best players on the planet jostling for the biggest prizes on pristine courses."
Sky will show over 100 tournaments this year, including the Solheim Cup, all four World Golf Championship competitions and events each week from the European and PGA Tours.
Plus all five women's Majors are also live on Sky Sports this year, including Georgia Hall's bid to defend her Women's British Open title at Woburn in August.