PGA Tour’s Houston Open to permit restricted followers
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Bob HarigESPN Senior Author
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For the primary time because the Avid avid gamers Championship turned as quickly as canceled in March after one spherical, the PGA Tour will allow a restricted quantity of spectators at a U.S. match for the size of subsequent month’s Houston Open.
The Bermuda Championship in two weeks would possibly per probability be the primary to confess a restricted quantity of spectators.
The Tour and the Houston Open launched Friday that as rather a lot as 2,000 tickets might properly presumably be accessible per day at $79 for the outlet spherical and $109 per day for the closing three rounds, costs that encompass meals alternate decisions.
The tour has no longer allowed spectators at events since coming back from a 13-week injury because of the coronavirus pandemic in June. The PGA Championship and U.S. Open had been performed with out spectators, and the Masters will moreover no longer allow them when it is performed subsequent month.
The Houston Open is Nov. 5-8 and might bear to quiet require all spectators, volunteers and match employees to put on masks in any respect circumstances whereas on the grounds.
The match has obtained commitments from Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler, Brandt Snedeker, Jason Day and Tony Finau. Phil Mickelson is moreover anticipated to play. The match is the week forward of the Masters.