Except for the birdies and bogeys, it feels like everything is different as the PGA Tour season resumes this week at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.
No fans. Almost no media. A different television experience.
Testing and thermal scans are now part of the weekly routine. Players and caddies will operate at a proper social distance with players pulling their own clubs. No post-round handshakes.
Another thing hasn’t changed – it was around 100 degrees at Colonial Country Club on Tuesday.
Justin Thomas says the resumption of the PGA Tour is "going to be different." Photo: Cliff Hawkins, Getty Images
“It's going to be different,” Justin Thomas said. “You can't go into this thinking it's going to be normal because it's not. I would say 2020 is beyond a bizarre year so far, and especially in the world of sports it's just going to be different.
“If we all want to get back and play the game that we love, and not just for us but for the fans and everybody at home, we're just going to have to get over the fa...
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