According to sources, the PGA Tour is expected to resume the season in June with the Charles Schwab Challenge.https://t.co/sQBDos0BCf
— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) April 15, 2020
Golf Digest– PGA Tour officials are expected to announce this week their intention to resume the tour season, halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on June 11-14 at the Charles Schwab Challenge, multiple sources have told Golf Digest. It’s also expected that fans will not be allowed to attend that first tournament at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth. As the Tour looks to follow health and safety guidelines set by government and health officials, other early tournaments also are expected to be played without spectators. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to speak on the Tour’s behalf. Tour officials discussed plans with the Players Advisory Council during a conference call on Tuesday.
Hey there! Live sports! Yes, sports. Remember those? We built a website dedicated to those. Almost forgot what they were. But thank god the PGA tour is trying to come back in June. And really it makes sense. Golf is a non contact sport, it can be done with social distancing and most importantly it will give us some sense of normalcy.