PGA Tour Eases Restrictions on Incoming International Players
Following an okay from the White House, the PGA Tour has eased travel restrictions for those traveling internationally.
Players, caddies and other personnel will no longer need to quarantine for a 14-day period after coming from over seas.
According to Golf Digest, players were notified on Friday and the rule is effective immediately.
This change comes two weeks before the first major of the season, the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park.
The PGA Tour’s new policy applies to anyone within the Tour’s bubble, such as players, caddies, coaches and therapists.
Spouses, family members, friends and other personnel not in the bubble will still have to quarantine.
Players will still be subject to significant testing, like all players, and they must meet requirements in order to be able to play.