Golf events for the majority of the year was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Of course, given the nature of the game, many pay per head bookies are expecting a swift and easier return. At least, if you compare golf with other team and contact sports. Let’s find out what are the PGA and LPGA schedule updates and make sure to mark them in your calendars.
PGA Tour Schedule
You will be seeing a lot of PGA lines in your favorite sports betting software soon as the PGA Tour is back. This week, the best golfers in the world are at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth Texas. The Charles Schwab Challenge is the first PGA Tour event since March, when sports events were first cancelled.
As what will be the new normal, players will be taking daily temperature checks, practice social distancing, and fill out health forms. There will be other safety features that most golf fans will surely observe. The only thing that is unfortunate in this event, is that Tiger Woods is sitting this event out.
LPGA Tour Schedule
The Evian Championship in France is cancelled this year, and will resume in 2021. There are, however, 4 more majors on the schedule for this year. The Women’s British Open will be in August. Next, the ANA Inspiration Cup will be in September. Followed by the Women’s PGA Championship in October. Lastly, the US Women’s Open will be in December.
The regular LPGA tour will be reopening in July 23, and the first tournament will be in Ohio. As we are starting to get final details on schedules and lineups, make sure that the lines you offer in your sportsbook is updated as well. If not, read some sportsbook pay per head reviews, choose a software provider, and get your sportsbook set up in time for the best golf tournaments in the world.