British-based players face 28 days of quarantine when golf resumes in US

  • PGA Tour resumption scheduled for 11 June in Texas
  • Arrivals in US must self-isolate for 14 days, UK set to follow

Players and caddies hoping to travel from the UK for the restart of the PGA Tour season face 14 days in quarantine on both sides of the Atlantic, officials have confirmed. The restrictions will affect Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari plus a batch of top-level caddies.

The PGA Tour is pressing ahead with plans to return to competition on 11 June at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas. Detailed guidelines have now been issued, including rigorous Covid-19 testing procedures, contact tracing and physical distancing measures at tournaments. The first four stages of the Tour’s relaunch, at least, will take place minus spectators.

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