The main golf associations have teamed up to report a changed golf schedule for 2020.
Joined by what may even now be conceivable this year for the universe of expert golf, and with an objective to serve all who love and play the game, Augusta National Golf Club, European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA TOUR, The R&A and USGA have given the accompanying joint articulation:
“This is a troublesome and testing time for everybody adapting with the impacts of this pandemic. We stay extremely aware of the deterrents ahead, and every association will keep on following the direction of the main general wellbeing specialists, leading rivalries just on the off chance that it is protected and mindful to do as such.
“Lately, the worldwide golf network has met up to altogether advanced a schedule of occasions that will, we trust, serve to engage and motivate golf fans far and wide. We are appreciative to our individual accomplices, patrons and players, who have permitted us to decide – some of them, extremely intense choices – so as to push the game and the business ahead.
“We need to emphasize that Augusta National Golf Club, European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA TOUR, The R&A and USGA all things considered worth the wellbeing and prosperity of everybody, inside the sport of golf and past, regardless of anything else. We urge everybody to follow every mindful insurance and put forth attempt to stay sound and safe.”
Updates from every association follow, and more data can be found by tapping on the connections included:
The U.S. Open, recently planned for June 15-21 at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York, has been formally rescheduled for September 14-20 and is affirmed to stay at Winged Foot. For more data and remarks from USGA CEO Mike Davis, Click here.
The R&A has chosen to drop The Open in 2020 because of the current COVID-19 pandemic, and the Championship will next be played at Royal St. George’s in 2021. The Open was expected to be played in Kent, England, from July 12-19, yet it has been important to drop the Championship dependent on direction from the UK Government, the wellbeing specialists, open administrations and The R&A’s guides. For more data and remarks from The R&A Chief Executive Martin Slumbers, Click here.
PGA of America
The PGA of America is reporting today that the PGA Championship is presently planned to happen August 3-9 and will stay at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California. The PGA Championship was initially scheduled for May 11-17 yet was deferred on March 17.
Besides, the PGA reconfirmed the Ryder Cup stays as initially booked, September 22-27, at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. For more data and remarks from PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh, Click here.
Augusta National Golf Club
Augusta National has distinguished November 9-15 as the proposed dates to have the 2020 Masters Tournament, which was recently planned for April 6-12 and deferred on March 13. For more data, and remarks from Chairman Fred Ridley, Click here.
While teaming up with the PGA of America to locate a suitable date for the PGA Championship in August, the PGA TOUR worked with its host associations and title supporters to move the Regular Season finale – the Wyndham Championship – and every one of the three FedExCup Playoffs occasions multi week later, beginning the seven day stretch of August 10 and closing with a Monday, September 7, Labor Day finish for the TOUR Championship.
The TOUR will look to reschedule competitions into the weeks in the past involved by the U.S. Open, The Open Championship and the Men’s Olympic golf rivalry in June and July. The TOUR will make further declarations about this potential, just as its fall plan, in the coming weeks. For more data and remarks from PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan, Click here.
Because of the numerous complexities included, the European Tour is at present working through different situations comparable to the rescheduling of our competitions for the 2020 season. The European Tour will make further declarations on these at the appropriate time.
On April 3, the LPGA discharged a reexamined take a gander at the LPGA Tour’s 2020 summer plan, starting on the seven day stretch of June 15 with the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship introduced by P&G.
What’s more, the LPGA Tour declared that they have effectively rescheduled their initial two majors of the year (the ANA Inspiration moves to the seven day stretch of September 7 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California; and the U.S. Ladies’ Open directed by the USGA moves to the seven day stretch of December 7 at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas). For more data,
A posting of the reconsidered calendar of occasions reported today follows:
• TO BE CONFIRMED: June 15-21 (some time ago U.S. Open week) – potential PGA TOUR occasion
• CANCELED: July 13-19, The Open Championship, Royal St. George’s GC, Sandwich, Kent, England
• TO BE CONFIRMED: July 13-19 (some time ago The Open Championship week) – potential PGA TOUR occasion
• TO BE CONFIRMED: July 27-August 2 (some time ago Men’s Olympic Competition week) – potential PGA TOUR occasion
• CONFIRMED: August 3-9 – PGA Championship, TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, California
• CONFIRMED: PGA TOUR’s season-finishing occasion/FedExCup Playoffs
August 10-16 – Wyndham Championship, Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro, North Carolina
August 17-23 – THE NORTHERN TRUST, TPC Boston, Norton, Massachusetts
August 24-30 – BMW Championship, Olympia Fields CC, Olympia Fields, Illinois
August 31-September 7 (Labor Day) – TOUR Championship, East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia
• CONFIRMED: September 14-20 – U.S. Open, Winged Foot Golf Club, Mamaroneck, New York
• RECONFIRMED: September 22-27: Ryder Cup, Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin
• CONFIRMED: November 9-15: the Masters Tournament, Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia