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The Masters will take place in November without fans at Augusta National (2020)

Fans got close to Rory McIlroy at Augusta National in 2019 but there will be none at the event in 2020



The Masters will be played without fans in attendance at Augusta National when it takes place from 12 November.

The event - usually golf's first major of the calendar year - was postponed in April because of coronavirus.

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US PGA Championship: Collin Morikawa wins to deny Paul Casey first major

Morikawa becomes the ninth player to win the US PGA championship on debut



American Collin Morikawa emerged from a stacked leaderboard to win the 2020 US PGA Championship after a flawless final round in San Francisco.

At one point on the back nine, six players shared the lead but an eagle on the 16th saw the 23-year-old go clear.

Read more: US PGA Championship: Collin Morikawa wins to deny Paul Casey first major

Tiger Woods: Premier Golf League approaches former world number one

Tiger Woods is seeking a record-breaking 83rd PGA Tour win this week

 

Former world number one Tiger Woods has been approached by the organisers of the Premier Golf League - a proposed competition to rival the PGA Tour.

The grand prix-style, 18-event world tour would feature 48 top players and have a $240m (£183m) total prize-fund.

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Saudi Arabia to host Ladies European Tour - its first women's golf tournament

The Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in Jeddah will host the first professional women's golf tournament in Saudi Arabia

 

Saudi Arabia will host its first women's tournament in March 2020 when it stages a Ladies European Tour event.

A prize fund of $1m (£750,000) will be on offer at The Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in Jeddah.

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Rory McIlroy: World number two turned down Saudi Arabia event offer

McIlroy's most recent competitive outing came at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai last month



Rory McIlroy has ruled out competing in next month's European Tour event in Saudi Arabia, despite being offered a large appearance fee.

World number one Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson are among big names who will be in action at the Saudi International in late January.

Read more: Rory McIlroy: World number two turned down Saudi Arabia event offer


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