The hope for Korn Ferry Tour players such as Vince India is that the season resumes June 11 with the Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass, one of five new events added to combat a layoff that has already stretched more than two months.
If that restart occurs, and the 17 remaining events can be played without significant interruption, a long list of pros who depend on prize money to pay their bills will consider themselves incredibly fortunate. But that doesn’t mean they are banking on coming back in June. The looming uncertainty has players in an awkward position of wanting to play so they can keep money coming in but not wanting to put themselves or others in danger.
Vince India calls the proposed rollout of the season "optimistic." Photo: Stan Badz, PGA Tour via Getty Images
“The rollout is a little bit optimistic in my opinion,” India said. “Everyone wants to play golf, but there are so many things that still need to happen before we can. You can’t tee up a golf ball without guaranteeing the safety of players, caddies and ...
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