The 2021 PGA Championship in May will take place with approximately 10,000 spectators allowed on the course in Kaiwer Island, South Carolina.
The PGA of America said Tuesday that the decision to accept a limited number of fans in each round of the May 20-23 tournament was made in collaboration with South Carolina, MUSC Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I did.
“We are excited to welcome spectators to the PGA Championship in May this year in a consistent manner, responsible for the current South Carolina health protocol,” said Jim Richardson, President of the PGA of America. Says.
“I wish I could meet the sold-out crowd who bought the tickets, but the 2021 PGA Championship is full of gratitude as the world’s best players compete on the historic Ocean Course at Kaiwar Island Golf Resort. Become.”
“… less crowded than originally planned, but we know that our passion for golf in Carolina creates a memorable atmosphere on the track and excitement for the entire region.”
Collin Morikawa defends the 2020 PGA Championship, which won in August without spectators at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.
Fans, staff and volunteers participating in the 2021 tournament will need to wear face covers to maintain proper social distance.
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