What do you do if you’re a professional golfer and there is no place to play tournament golf for at least the next two months?
Mackenzie Hughes, runner-up at the Honda Classic, the second-to-last tournament completed on the PGA Tour earlier this month, discovered he could do some basic masonry work.
Harold Varner III bought a range picker for the new practice facility he built in his parents’ backyard.
Scott McCarron, player of the year on the PGA Tour Champions last season, and his wife have been planning a virtual cocktail party with friends in faraway places.
Webb Simpson has organized a small tournament among mini-tour and Korn Ferry Tour players who live in the Charlotte, N.C., area.
Paul Casey has been puttering around on his bicycle. Photo: Juan Luis Diaz, Quality Sport Images via Getty Images
And Paul Casey has been riding his bike, playing soccer with his son in the backyard and, more than a week after returning home from the Players Championship, had not unzipped the travel bag that carries his clubs.
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