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  1. A silent Ryder Cup just wouldn't work. The players wanted no part of it, either, and have been saying so for months. Waiting a year and hoping the gates will be open again in 2021 was the only choice.
  2. The PGA Tour heads to Dublin, Ohio June 9-12 for the Workday Charity Open. Here are our experts' best bets.
  3. The PGA Tour announced a clarification that will allow players and caddies who have tested positive for the coronavirus to return to work after 10 days, even if they continue to test positive, provided that certain qualifications are met.
  4. The Ryder Cup will be delayed until 2021, with the Presidents Cup moving to 2022, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it was announced Wednesday.
  5. The Women's British Open at Royal Troon, Scotland, is set to play behind closed doors from August 20-23, the R&A announced on Tuesday.
  6. Jack Nicklaus to face world No. 1 Rory McIlroy at a virtual Open Championship hosted by the R&A.
  7. The Memorial Tournament was supposed to be the first event with spectators, but officials have changed their minds.
  8. Bryson DeChambeau is now favored to win the Masters at Caesars Sportsbook after his victory this past weekend.
  9. Bryson DeChambeau flashed some of his newfound power en route to a Rocket Mortgage Classic victory.
  10. He had been close since adding pounds and distance. But he still had to answer all the questions about his methods. His win at the Rocket Mortgage Classic should take care of all that once and for all.