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Latest GOLF news from www.espn.com
  1. Making the kids do pushups, helping with science projects and chipping balls into pools and plastic cups and whatever else players can find as golfers try to keep busy.
  2. How are professional sports' top stars staying in shape -- and staying competitive -- while social distancing? In-home spin bike challenges with Alex Toussaint.
  3. The U.S. Women's Open, which had been scheduled for June, will now be played Dec. 10-13 in Houston.
  4. Scheduling options for golf's major championships and PGA Tour and European Tour events are expected to gain clarity once the R&A, which runs The Open, makes a decision on postponing or cancelling the event.
  5. Due to Michigan's stay-at-home order, the PGA of American has canceled the Senior PGA Championship, which had been scheduled for May 21-24 in Benton Harbor.
  6. The Royal and Ancient, which organizes The Open Championship, is "continuing to work through our options" regarding the 2020 major, following a report that the July tournament had been canceled.
  7. A match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, with other players involved, has been in the works, but it has yet to receive PGA Tour approval amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  8. The Curtis Cup, which was to be played June 12-14 at Conwy Golf Club in Wales, will now be moved to 2021. The event pits female amateurs from the U.S. against a team from Britain and Ireland.
  9. Hank Haney's lawsuit against the PGA Tour for alleged tortious interference with his Sirius XM Radio contract and business relations over comments made about the LPGA Tour can proceed.
  10. They are golf's behind-the-scenes road warriors, spending hours and hours on the road, at tournaments, fixing clubs and easing players' minds. Oh, and the stories they can tell.