Live Golf News Updates for March 25
10:00 p.m. EST, March 25, 2020
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Here are the latest golf news and updates for Wednesday, March 25. (All times Eastern)
2:34 p.m. -- Under Wisconsin’s new statewide, stay-at-home order, golf courses are considered nonessential businesses and will therefore be suspended until April 24.
2:11 p.m. -- Seamus golf has stopped produced headcovers and accessories and is now creating face masks for healthcare workers, according to Golf.com.
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30% OFF SITE WIDE // Sometime today, our Co-Founder Megan will be provided with more information on the actual design tech pack and materials to be used. We are proud of our team. They took the time to design a mask and figured out how many we can make. 5,000 in three days with our 10 sewers sewing if it were the design above. Our team is well accustomed to working on projects we’ve never worked on before. Some of our team learned to sew at SEAMUS, thus it is possible that we could to increase our workforce if that need presented itself. In the meantime, we will continue to offer a 30% site wide to all customers until we are making masks. Having taken serious steps to ensure Social Distancing, we now truly believe we are in a position to help. #farandsure
10:50 a.m. -- Bandon Dunes has suspended play today, through April 5.
10:41 a.m. -- Riverside County, Coachella Valley cities are clamping down on desert golf courses that have remained open despite restrictions inspired by COVID-19, or the coronavirus.
8:08 a.m. -- Winged Foot CC has suspended operations, which has also halted the USGA’s buildout for U.S. Open infrastructure and placed the event in question, according to ESPN.