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BBC Sport report that non-american players will have to quarantine in America before the PGA tour started next month. The news was confirmed when the PGA Tour confirmed that it plans to return to the fairways.
There has been no golf since March 12th. However, 25 players must play in the Charles Schwab Colonial event. The BBC reports that some of these players include Matt Fitzpatrick, Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood. These golfers will need to be quarantined for 14 days after arriving in the country. Andy Levinson, PGA tour administrator, said of the quarantine: "This is in effect at the moment." “It is likely to continue, and so it is imperative that constituents who need to return to the United States do so at least two weeks before our return to competition.
The PGA tour remains highly confident that the action will resume in Texas on June 11th. Tyler Dennis, head of operations for the PGA tour, said, "We created what we believe to be an extremely comprehensive health and safety plan." He continued: "But, to be perfectly clear, we will not play if we cannot do so in a safe and healthy environment."
Players will also undergo coronavirus testing on the PGA tour. The process begins with questions about your health and temperatures will be measured. "By providing a thermal readout with a questionnaire, you have a very good chance of detecting a high percentage of people at risk," Levinson said in a conference call describing the tour plans.
The first major event on the PGA Tour Card is the US PGA Championship in August. There are fears that this event will have to be removed from Harding Park due to the blocking rules.
All good golfing will resume on June 11th.