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Sergio Garcia withdraws from Masters after testing positive for COVID-19

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A notable golfer has been forced to miss the upcoming Masters tournament due to the coronavirus.

Spanish PGA veteran Sergio Garcia confirms he tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing symptoms following his participation in the Houston Open this past weekend. As a result, he will not be able to play in the 2020 edition of the Masters.

After 21 years of not missing a Major Championship, I will sadly miss the Masters this week,” wrote Garcia on his official Twitter account.

“The important thing is that my family and I are feeling good. We’ll come back stronger and give the green jacket a go next April.”


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Draft Kings for 3M Open

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  1. Bubba Watson – $9900
  2. Harris English – $9000
  3. Jhonattan Vegas – $7900
  4. Max Homa – $8000
  5. Will Gordon – $7700
  6. Troy Merritt – $7000

We’ve got the 3M open in Minnesota this weekend and this is the our DraftKings lineup. Finished in the money last week at the Memorial (just barely) so we’re gonna try to keep it going.

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PGA Tour expected to resume in Texas on June 11th

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Professional golf could be coming back to a television screen near you sooner than anticipated.

According to reports, PGA commissioner Jay Monahan is expected to announce as early as Wednesday that the Tour will return to action on June 11th, with the Charles Schwab Challenge at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas that will conclude on the 14th of that month.

Unfortunately for Canadian golf fans, the 2020 edition of the RBC Canadian Open will be cancelled due to the scheduling conflict caused by the pandemic. It will not return until 2021.

Additional tournament announcements will be announced in the coming days.

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Tiger Woods commits to playing in 2019 Memorial Tournament

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Tiger Woods is opting to get some work in before the U.S. Open.

The 43-year old confirmed he will be participating in the 44th Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio from May 30-June 2.

Woods, who is fresh off a disappointing performance where he shot five-over-par and failed to make the cut at the PGA Championship, has a history of success at the Jack Nicklaus-designed course.

He has appeared in the tournament 16 times throughout his career, winning on five different occasions. His most recent win was back in 2012.

Woods has made the most money out of any participant in the tournament’s history at a combined $5,136,605.

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