Closed: Houston’s Memorial Park, for a 10-month, $13.5 million renovation that officials hope will turn the municipal course into the new home of the PGA Tour’s Houston Open in 2020, the Houston Chronicle reported. The Astros Golf Foundation is paying for the renovation, to be overseen by architect Tom Doak and scheduled for a Nov. 1 completion. That date would allow the course to be open for one year ahead of the 2020 Houston Open, in accordance with Tour guidelines. In June, Astros owner Jim Crane struck a five-year deal with the Tour to operate and host the Houston Open, which moved from its customary April slot one week ahead of the Masters to a fall slot. Memorial Park, a 1936 John Bredemus design, played host to the PGA Tour in 1951-63.