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PGA TOUR AND 3 MONTHS OF DIFFICULTIES

After 3 months of a lot of ups and downs being caused by Covid-19, PGA Tour will be held again, kicked off with the Charles Schwab Challenge – which will take place on the 11th of June, on the Colonial Stadium of Forrt Worth, Texas.

Covid-19 made a huge impact on PGA Tour, which forced it to be closed on the 13th of March. Many difficulties have arrived which are over the control of PGA Tour organizors. They did not get a clue how the animated atmosphere of the event can be blown off by such an invisible thing like Covid-19 during an unbelievable short time.

During the latest days of January, 2020, golfers and fans have been enjoyed the pre-golf festival atmosphere with Waste Management Phoenix Open tournament being held on the TPC Scottdales stadium in Arizona. Spectators felt fastinated with many impressive golf kicks on the hole 16, par3. This is the 16th event of PGA Tour 2019-2020.

Until now, the tournament has undergone a lot of impressive and successfull seasons. Tiger Woods won Zozo Championship on the recent October to make the record of earning 82 PGA Tour titles accompanied with the legend Sam Snead. Rory McIlroy earned the WGC-HSBC Champions cup in Shanghai at the beginning of November and will make a return to be the top 1 golf star in the world. At the same period of time, Jusstin Thomas has become the champion 2 times, once with the Cj Cup taking place in Korea, before Woods 1 week with the Sentry Tournament of Champions helding for the champions at the beginning of the year.

During just a short period of time, international press constinuously made news about nCoV. The complex and hard-to-predict status of this dangerous pandemic has forced WHO to make official annoucement and warnings to nations to prepare timely measurement with the viewing to preventing the large spreading of Covid-19. However, local authority kept the status of the pandemic under the level of “social distancing”.