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PGA Tour will allow players to compete at Saudi International - report

PGA Tour will allow players to compete at Saudi…

The PGA Tour has granted permission to its members to miss one of its own events and instead compete at February's Saudi International, Golfweek reported on Monday, citing a memo to players. Thirty players including Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau were granted waivers to miss the PGA Tour's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which is taking place over the same Feb. 3-6 weekend. Players that compete at the Saudi International had to commit to playing the event in the future as a

PGA Tour will test for COVID-19 for ‘foreseeable future’…

The PGA Tour will continue testing players for COVID-19 for the "foreseeable future" and until a high percentage of competitors are vaccinated, Commissioner Jay Monahan said on Tuesday. Speaking at a news conference ahead of this week's Players Championship in Florida, Monahan felt there was light at the end of the tunnel regarding pandemic-related protocols but the PGA Tour was not about to let its guard down. "We will continue to provide testing for the foreseeable future and, hopefully, as we get to a high percentage of