American is the 7th player on PGA Tour to be sidelined by coronavirus since the season restart last month
Withdrew: From the 3M Open, Grayson Murray, who disclosed on his Instagram account that he tested positive for COVID-19. Murray withdrew from the Workday Charity Open during the second round two weeks ago, citing a back injury, and did not compete in last week’s Memorial Tournament. Murray said he learned Sunday that he had tested positive for the virus after he experienced coronavirus symptoms last week while at his home in Raleigh, N.C. Since the PGA Tour restarted its season in early June amid the global coronavirus pandemic, Murray withdrew from the Korn Ferry Challenge and missed cuts at the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship and Rocket Mortgage Classic. Murray is the seventh PGA Tour player known to have tested positive for COVID-19. Three caddies also have tested positive since the season restart, according to the PGA Tour. Murray, 26, has won once on the PGA Tour, at the 2017 Barbasol Championship.
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