Golfweek Rewind: PGA Tour aims for June restart, young golfers

The PGA Tour hopes to get back to action in June, the PGA Championship is still on for August and we meet two sisters who are trying to heal the world.

Take a look at the week’s top stories on the latest episode of Golfweek Rewind featured below.

The Charles Schwab Challenge is expected to be the first event back on the PGA Tour calendar in 2020. The Tour announced Thursday the latest schedule changes which includes restarting the season June 11-14 with the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club. No fans will be allowed at the Tour’s first four events. The revised tour schedule can be seen on our website.

On SiriusXM PGA Tour radio this week, PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh said the PGA Championship is still on for August at TPC Harding Park, but he admitted the location could change if necessary.

The European Tour may cut prize money, stage two events a week and require 14-day quarantines once golf returns in order to complete the season. The European Tour schedule has postponed 11 events so far in 2020.

To hear the story of golf prodigies and sisters Amelie and Alexandra Phung who are our Heroes of the Week, watch the latest episode of Golfweek Rewind, featured above.



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