(Reuters) – The John Deere (NYSE:-RRB- Classic arranged for July in Illinois, which was intended to be the 5th occasion of the circuit’s overhauled timetable, has actually been cancelled due to state-related obstacles pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PGA Tour claimed onThursday
The event, which was likewise the very first of the PGA Tour’s changed timetable that might have possibly consisted of followers, was due to be played July 9-12 at TPC Deere Run in Silvis.
“Because of the ongoing health and safety concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic, the difficult decision was made to cancel the 2020 John Deere Classic,” event supervisor Clair Peterson claimed in a PGA Tour press release.
“While we considered several alternatives for the Classic, this was the choice that made the most sense for our guests, the players and the Quad City community at large.”
The PGA Tour claimed it will certainly load the July week with a brand-new event that will certainly be identified in the future.
Following a three-month respite due to the coronavirus, the PGA Tour is arranged to return to with the June 11-14 Charles Schwab (NYSE:-RRB- Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.
The occasion is the very first of 4 straight weeks of events which will certainly have no followers present.
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