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Report: PGA Tour to restart in June in Texas

2020-04-16 11:16
Rory McIlroy (PA)
Rory McIlroy (PA)

According to a Golf Digest report, the PGA Tour will restart with the rescheduled Charles Schwab Challenge on 11 June in Texas.

The tournament was originally scheduled for 21-24 May at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas.

According to the report, it will now tee off on 11 June, taking the place of the Canadian Open, which was scheduled to begin 11 June but will be canceled.

The Charles Schwab Challenge will not be played in front of fans, however, as PGA Tour events are expected to be played without galleries for at least the months of June and July.

According to the Golf Digest report, the PGA plans to play the following events without fans:

- RBC Heritage, 18-21 June, Hilton Head Island

- Travelers Championship, 25-28 June, Cromwell, Conn.

- Memorial Tournament, 16-19 July, Dublin, Ohio

- TEAMtalk media

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