The rest of the PGA Tour’s rematch schedule for the 2019-2020 season will prohibit the field venue because Covid-19 is complicated in the United States.

On 13/7, all units hosting the remaining stages of the PGA Tour simultaneously announced the plan to organize with no audience. Last week, this information appeared on the Golf Channel but has not been confirmed by the PGA Tour.

As of 11 pm on July 14, data from Johns Hopkins University in the US recorded that there were 3,363,056 cases of -19 in the country and more than 135,000 deaths since the beginning of the epidemic. Florida is leading the number of new cases with 15,300 positive cases were detected only on 11/7. Meanwhile, the whole US spent 59 days to reach 15,000 cases, from 21/1 to 20/3.

PGA Tour reopened on June 11

PGA Tour reopened on June 11 and has now completed five closed matches. In the original plan, the Memorial Tournament from July 16 to July 19 in Muirfield Village in Dublin City, Ohio will be about 8,000 field fans every day. But when the number of new cases in this area increased at an alarming rate, the event organizer, led by the great golfer Jack Nicklaus, canceled the proposal.

It was expected to be the first event to open to field audiences after Covid-19, but Memorial will still be quiet and unpopular as it kicks off this midweek

After Memorial, PGA Tour 2019-2020 still has eight more stages to take, including 3M Open, WGC-FedEx St. The Jude Invitational and the Barracuda Championship are both on July 23-2 August.

In August alone, they had to deal with major PGA Championship, Wyndham Championship, and two play-off stages of FedEx Cup, Northern Trust, and BMW Championship. After this part, it will be the event to close the Tour Championship season from September 4 to 7, deciding the results of the FedEx Cup and USD 15 million for the overall winner.