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PGA Tour could resume play without fans, report says

A memo was sent by the Tour to its players that includes a proposal to restart play ‘with or without fans,' Golf Channel reports

Obtained: By Golf Channel’s Rex Hoggard, a memo sent by the PGA Tour to its players that outlines a plan to resume play “with or without fans” after the coronavirus pandemic wanes, according to a report Friday. The proposal reportedly will be discussed Tuesday during the next Player Advisory Council meeting. The news follows the recent announcement by the Tour of a revised schedule that preserves dates for the Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship, the FedEx Cup playoff events and the Ryder Cup. The PGA Tour has not competed since suspending its season March 12 after the first round of the Players Championship. The next scheduled tournament is the Charles Schwab Challenge on May 21-24 at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas.

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