The PGA Tour is comprehended to be hoping to get its 2020 timetable fully operational again in June, with a notice conveyed to players a week ago referring to the Charles Schwab Challenge, which is expected to be played at the Colonial Country Club in Texas from June 11-14, as the feasible date to continue rivalry following the break brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. (PGA Tour to Resume in June)
In spite of the fact that the Tour has said that the exact date of arrival will be driven by wellbeing and security rules set by the US government, any early competitions that do proceed are relied upon to be played away from public scrutiny, without any observers present.
The Charles Schwab Challenge was initially due to be played from May 21-24, yet the Canadian Open, which was planned for June 11-14, isn’t relied upon to be held, in this way opening up that date for the Charles Schwab occasion to be arranged in its place. The Rocket Mortgage Classic would follow from June 18-21, with the Travelers Championship (June 25-28) keeping its booked spot in the schedule.
The Tour has just settled on the choice to move its ordinary season finale, the Wyndham Championship, and three FedEx Cup Playoff occasions multi-week later, beginning the seven day stretch of August 10 and closing with a Monday, September 7 completion for the Tour Championship.
When an official conclusion on a re-start date is made, the Tour said it will give players half a month’s notification so they can get ready in like manner.
“At the very least, it is our want to give the participation at any rate three to about a month’s notification before restarting the season,” the update said. “We comprehend a significant number of you might be affected by movement limitations as well as the failure to rehearse in your general vicinity, therefore we need to have the option to give you however much time as could reasonably be expected to permit you to return completely arranged.”
The PGA Tour held a telephone call with individuals from its player board to examine the timetable and the effect on player qualification. That incorporates matters like playing at least 15 occasions to keep up participation and potential field sizes.
Regarding the matter of player capability during the current year’s Majors, the focuses rundown to meet all requirements for the US PGA Championship, which is because of occur on August 6-9, will close with the PGA Tour occasion that closes on July 26, while the passing criteria for the US Open, which is scheduled for September 17-20, is as yet being resolved. The field for the Masters, which has been moved to November, has just been concluded, while all players who made sure about a spot in the field for the Open Championship as of April 6, will stay qualified for the 2021 competition at Royal St George’s.