Live Golf News Updates for May 21
Here we will post the latest COVID-19 golf news and updates for Thursday, May 21. (All times Eastern)
5:00 p.m. -- These guidlines will help you safely get back to normal on the golf course.
4:11 p.m. -- Increased interest in junior golf tournaments as families prepare for the return of competition.
2:43 p.m. -- RoboGolfPro offering trip to Pebble to help raise money for cancer research and COVID-19 relief efforts.
2:12 p.m. -- Before he defends his title at Colonial, Kevin Na won the internet.
12:00 p.m. -- Europen Tour pro Joost Luiten's social distancing trick shot went awry.
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11:21 a.m. -- The American Junior Golf Association announced its revised 2020 Schedule on May 20 and with it, new health and safety guidelines for an expanded summer lineup which features seven events per week and the most robust fall competition in the Association’s more than 40-year history.
10:02 a.m. -- FlingGolf - the sport inspired by an intersection of golf and lacrosse - has now been played at more than 1,000 golf courses worldwide.
8:43 a.m. -- Adam Scott skeptical of PGA TOUR's coronavirus health and safety plan. “They are being fairly thorough, but my initial reaction was I was surprised it wasn't tighter than it is,” Scott said.
8:32 a.m. -- Playing through the pandemic: Derek Bayley has golf game in order, but coronavirus limits summer options. The former Washington State Cougar is playing some of his finest golf, but the virus’s widespread impact on the sport has left Bayley contemplating the next step in his career, like many grinding on tours other than the PGA.
8:10 a.m. -- Albuquerque: 96-year-old golf course volunteer continues work amid coronavirus outbreak. While he isn’t able to play, he’s still committed to keeping the greens, green and keeping golfers smiling.
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