As the world-wide golfing schedules get pieced back jointly, the PGA Tour has declared how it’ll manage its a few international excursions in 2021.
The fantastic information?
The Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada is back again immediately after obtaining its 2020 season wiped out by the COVID pandemic.
The Mackenzie Tour announced 6 qualifying tournaments to be performed in the U.S., and 1, its traditional Canada Q-University, is set for British Columbia. Registration for these will open up Jan. 18. The tournaments will be February by April.
The U.S.-Canadian border continues to be shut to non-important journey, but the tour is generating these ideas “now in order to put together for the potential lifting of this restriction prior to the conventional late-Might commence to the Mackenzie Tour period,” according to a statement.
Specific tour dates and web-sites will be declared at a later date.
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“We can only go ahead with a 2021 time if we comprehensive all our qualifying tournaments,” Scott Pritchard, Mackenzie Tour Government Director, stated in a statement. “Because the bulk of people are held in the U.S., wherever permitted, we will continue with these tournaments in a risk-free and responsible manner.”
Additional good news is that the PGA Tour Latinoamérica is back as very well. In truth, the tour previously staged two activities on its latest program, with MJ Maguire winning the Shell Open in Miami and Brandon Matthews profitable the Puerto Plata Open in the Dominican Republic, both equally in December. The comprehensive match program will be launched quickly but tour officials foresee the total restart to be in March and run by means of mid-June.
The undesirable news?
There will be no PGA Tour Sequence-China for a next straight year. The 2020 period was canceled very last July. On Friday, it was introduced the 2021 time will also be wiped out, “because of the pandemic and the uncertainty of the problem in Asia at this time,” according to a release despatched by the tour.
“We keep on being fully commited to the region and want to do everything we can to give competitive options for players in Asia and from the Pacific Rim,” Greg Carlson, PGA Tour Series-China Government Director, explained in a launch. “We are trying to go after other options for our gamers to participate in in 2021. We will also acquire this pause and appraise what we may be ready to do in 2022.”