LPGA tour to begin from July 31, players will have corona test

Jul 16 2020 05:56 PM
LPGA tour to begin from July 31, players will have corona test

The sports world has also been affected due to Corona. The Women's Professional Golf Tour (LPGA) is ready to return after about six months, before which all players will be tested for corona infection.

The LPGA Tour was last played on 16 February when Inby Park won the women's Australian Open title. Since then, three tournaments in Asia were halted and then due to the Corona Concentration, sports activities came to a standstill and now the grounds are being returned.

Let us tell you that LPGA Tour was scheduled to host 13 tournaments in this six months, but some of these tournaments were postponed and others were canceled. Now the LPGA Tour will begin on July 31 with the LPGA Drive on Championship which is to be played at Inverness Club, Toledo. However, according to the tour, all players, caddies and related employees will be tested for corona infection before this.

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