After the Masters and PGA Championship were postponed, there were questions about when they would be played (if at all) and whether the U.S. Open in June and Ryder Cup in September would be affected. The release answers all of these questions. Here are the new dates for the biggest events in golf this year.
– PGA Championship — Aug. 6-9 at TPC Harding Park (previously in May)
– U.S. Open — Sept. 17-20 at Winged Foot (previously in June)
– Ryder Cup — Sept. 25-27 at Whistling Straits
– Masters — Nov. 12-15 at Augusta National (previously in April)
Augusta National plans to host the 2020 Masters in November after initially postponing the tournament due to the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/NSaAtKD7tM
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) April 6, 2020
🚨BREAKING: 2020 Masters to be played in November, US Open and USPGA also rescheduled. Ryder Cup to go ahead as planned https://t.co/FPwwzQ4k8w pic.twitter.com/BBkYGFyTDY
— Golf Monthly (@GolfMonthly) April 6, 2020
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