US Open Without Playing Spectators at Winged Foot in September

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Winged Foot, located on the northern edge of New York, hosts the US Open for the first time since 2006

The rescheduled US Open on Winged Foot & # 39; s West course in September is played without spectators.

The major was moved from the original slot on June 18-21 in April and qualifying events were canceled in June.

Last month, the US PGA Championship – which takes place next week at San Francisco's TPC Harding Park – confirmed that it will be . held without fans.

No decision has yet been made on crowds for the Masters in Augusta, which is now scheduled for November 12-15.

USGA CEO Mike Davis said, "After months of consultation and scenario planning with local and state health officials, we have jointly decided that hosting the US Open without spectators is the best opportunity to Safely organize the Championship for everyone involved. "

Earlier this month, the Ryder Cup scheduled for September in Wisconsin, was postponed for a year because spectators were unable to attend due to concerns about the coronavirus.

The 2020 Open The championship at Royal St George & # 39; s in Kent was canceled due to the pandemic.

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