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Charles Schwab Challenge director: ‘It’s scary’ to be first tournament back during a pandemic – Yahoo Sports

announcing a revised schedule this week — which will include three of the four major championships being played this fall. ‘ data-reactid=”47″>The Tour suspended operations after the first round of The Players Championship in March, and canceled numerous tournaments across all Tours before announcing a revised schedule this week — which will include three of the four major championships being played this fall

according to The New York Times, and more than 18,000 in Texas alone. The Fort Worth City Council extended its shelter-in-place restrictions through April 30, though Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced executive orders on Friday to ease coronavirus restrictions — including opening state parks, lifting a ban on non-essential surgeries, opening retail stores and more in the coming days and weeks.’ data-reactid=”49″>There were more than 717,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States as of Saturday afternoon, according to The New York Times, and more than 18,000 in Texas alone. The Fort Worth City Council extended its shelter-in-place restrictions through April 30, though Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced executive orders on Friday to ease coronavirus restrictions — including opening state parks, lifting a ban on non-essential surgeries, opening retail stores and more in the coming days and weeks.

While the Tour and the city are hoping to move forward, they know that it may not be easy.

“A lot of that has been discussed, and a lot more has to be figured out,” Tothe said, via ESPN. “Every element of the golf tournament is now going to be looked at and dissected and we’re going to have to change what we did in 2019 to what we do in 2020. But what’s paramount in all of this is, we have to put everybody that has the opportunity to be on the grounds with us in a very safe environment. No stone will be left unturned.”

But if the Charles Schwab Challenge goes well, Tour chief tournaments and competitions officer Andy Pazder said it will be a very good sign for the rest of the schedule.

“If we’re able to determine that we can conduct the Charles Schwab Challenge and subsequent events in compliance with all health regulations, local, state and federal health regulations, and if we’re comfortable that our protocol, testing protocol and on-site procedures give us a confidence level, [then] we’re going to proceed with our tournaments,” Andy Pazder, the tour’s chief tournaments and competitions officer, said, via ESPN. “We will not conduct our tournaments if the answers to those previous questions aren’t yes. We are confident [in that].”

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