Golf’s various organizers announced a revamped schedule for 2020 in hopes that the coronavirus pandemic will allow them to proceed later in the year, with the Masters being rescheduled from this week to November.

The Open at Royal St. George’s was canceled, but the PGA Championship was moved to August and the U.S. Open to September, the Ryder Cup will remain in its original late September date and the Masters will be Nov. 12-15.

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The PGA Tour hopes to resume in June with the Memorial Tournament, but details about dates and other events are forthcoming. It is unclear whether spectators will be allowed if golf resumes at that time.

As part of the schedule shuffle, the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship will follow the PGA Championship, which has been moved from its original May date to Aug. 6-9 at Harding Park in San Francisco.

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