Sports Minute: Todd ready to return to PGA Tour, willing to take on risks
By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer
Brendon Todd expects there to be some risks from the new coronavirus when the PGA Tour resumes its schedule. But he's willing to take them if it means getting back to playing. Todd says the tour is starting to outline plans for the return. That includes players testing at home, at the tournament when they arrive and again during the week. Todd says his biggest reservation is getting the virus while at a tournament and having to quarantine for 14 days away from home. He says he believes the tour is controlling the environment the best it can. The tour is tentatively scheduled to return June 11-14 at Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas.
Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.
Candidates for U.S. House District 15 make final pitches to voters as...
Loan deadline approaches for people, businesses affected by Hurricane Hanna
Valley Made, Local Strong: Teddy's Barbecue
FBI informant takes the witness stand in bribery case against Brownsville ISD...
As schools resume in-person instruction, COVID-19 cases among young people increase