No Positive Coronavirus Tests on PGA Tour for 2nd Straight Week

For the second straight week, no PGA Tour players, caddies or personnel tested positive for coronavirus with the RBC Heritage set to start on Thursday at Harbour Town in South Carolina. 

No PGA Tour players test positive for coronavirus.

According to Brian Wacker of Golf Digest, there were 467 tests administered this week, including 369 at RBC Heritage and 98 on the charter flight from the Charles Schwab. 

“It doesn’t surprise me, because I feel like the plan that has been put in place here has been very good. It’s great to hear that two weeks in a row there’s no positive tests. That’s what we just have to keep doing,” said Rory McIlroy in his press conference on Wednesday. 

The RBC Heritage will be the PGA Tour’s second tournament back following the Charles Shaw Challenge last week. 

Two Test Positive on Korn Ferry Tour 

According to ESPN’s Bob Harig, there were two positive tests on the Korn Ferry Tour our of 408 total tests this week. 

Harig adds that none of those who tested positive were players. 

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