The schedule, which reflects a net increase of one tournament over the original 2019-20 schedule, features the most tournaments in a season since 1975 (51).
This week the Round Table opines on the PGA Tour’s decision to re-start the schedule in June without fans; and how viewing habits may change moving forward.
Commissioner Jay Monahan also provided details for overlapping 20/21 events on the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour.
Three of four majors are still on the schedule along with the Ryder Cup in a weird, shortened schedule.
This week the Round Table weighs in on qualifying for the Ryder Cup in a short season and how to schedule the majors if and when the season re-starts.
The Tour also cancelled an opposite field event in Dominican republic scheduled opposite the WGC Match Play.
This week the Round Table enters the JD cart debate, ponders further tweaks to the PGA Tour schedule and picks the next Canadian to win on Tour.