New Dates for 2020 Majors Open Championship Unveiled

Following the cancellation of the 2020 Open Championship, there will be only three major championships scheduled to take part this year,…

New Dates for 2020 Majors Open Championship Unveiled

Last Updated on May 25, 2020 by Daniel

Following the shut down of the 2020 Open Championship, there will be just three significant titles booked to partake this year, with new dates for the Masters, US PGA Championship and US Open having been declared today [April 6].

The Masters has been given another date for the week starting November 9, while the US Open, which was initially set to be played at Winged Foot GC, New York from June 18-21, has been given another date of September 17-20.

The PGA Championship, recently booked for May 14-17 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, will presently be played from August 6-9 at a similar setting, subject to all Coronavirus limitations having been lifted around then. Augusta National executive Fred Ridley stated: “We need to underscore that our tentative arrangements are officeholder upon good advice and heading from wellbeing authorities. Given that happens and we can lead the 2020 Masters, we expect to welcome those experts and beginners who might have equipped for our unique April date and welcome all current ticket holders to appreciate the energy of Masters week.”

The 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin, is to stay in its unique date of September 25-27, which implies the primary day’s matches will be held only five days after the finish of the rescheduled US Open.

The ladies’ expert game has additionally rearranged its significant timetable, with the LPGA Tour moving the ANA Inspiration to the week starting September 7 at Mission Hills Country Club in California, and the US Women’s Open moving to the seven day stretch of December 7 at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas. The AIG Women’s British Open is as of now remaining in its booked space at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland from August 20-23.

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