PGA Tour planning to restart golf season in June without fans
The PGA Tour is planning to restart golf season in June, though there will not be fans present at the events.
Golf Digest reported on Tuesday that the PGA Tour plans to resume on June 11-14 at the Charles Schwab Challenge. The event will take place at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, but fans are not expected to attend.
The US Open was originally scheduled to take place the week after the Schwab event, but that has been postponed until September. The RBC Heritage, which originally would have taken place this week in Hilton Head, is set to fill that slot.
According to Golf Digest, the order of events following the RBC Heritage would be:
Rocket Mortgage Classic
John Deere Classic
WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational
Read the entire story at Golf Digest for full details on the planned schedule.