As the global golfing schedules get pieced again collectively, the PGA Tour has declared how it’ll take care of its 3 global tours in 2021.
The great news?
The Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada is again immediately after possessing its 2020 time wiped out by the COVID pandemic.
The Mackenzie Tour declared six qualifying tournaments to be played in the U.S., and a single, its standard Canada Q-Faculty, is set for British Columbia. Registration for these will open up Jan. 18. The tournaments will be February via April.
The U.S.-Canadian border remains shut to non-essential vacation, but the tour is generating these programs “now in buy to get ready for the opportunity lifting of this restriction prior to the common late-May perhaps start off to the Mackenzie Tour period,” according to a statement.
Particular tour dates and web sites will be announced at a later date.
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“We can only go forward with a 2021 period if we entire all our qualifying tournaments,” Scott Pritchard, Mackenzie Tour Executive Director, reported in a statement. “Because the bulk of individuals are held in the U.S., exactly where permitted, we will move forward with these tournaments in a secure and dependable way.”
Extra very good information is that the PGA Tour Latinoamérica is back again as effectively. In fact, the tour previously staged two functions on its present-day agenda, with MJ Maguire winning the Shell Open in Miami and Brandon Matthews winning the Puerto Plata Open in the Dominican Republic, each in December. The comprehensive tournament routine will be launched shortly but tour officers anticipate the comprehensive restart to be in March and operate through mid-June.
The poor information?
There will be no PGA Tour Series-China for a 2nd straight 12 months. The 2020 time was canceled final July. On Friday, it was declared the 2021 year will also be wiped out, “because of the pandemic and the uncertainty of the problem in Asia at this time,” according to a release sent by the tour.
“We stay fully commited to the area and want to do almost everything we can to give aggressive alternatives for players in Asia and from the Pacific Rim,” Greg Carlson, PGA Tour Sequence-China Government Director, reported in a release. “We are striving to pursue other opportunities for our gamers to participate in in 2021. We will also get this pause and assess what we may be equipped to do in 2022.”