After weeks of uncertainty and collaboration among golf’s leading organizations a restructured schedule has been cobbled together that will allow for three of the year’s four major championships and the Ryder Cup to be played this year.
While the R&A announced on Monday the official cancellation of the Open Championship at Royal St. Georges, a joint announcement confirmed:
The Masters is expected to be played the week of Nov. 9-15 at Augusta National;
The U.S. Open has been rescheduled to the week of Sept. 14-20 at Winged Foot Golf Club, moving from its mid-June dates, while the U.S. Senior Open and the U.S. Senior Women’s Open have been canceled;
The PGA Championship is now scheduled to be played the week of Aug. 3-9 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, nearly three months after its original May dates;
Also, the PGA Tour has moved the Wyndham Championship and its three FedEx Cup events back by one week, to start the week of Aug. 10 in Greensboro and concluding Sept. 7 in Atlanta;
As for when the PGA Tour will...
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