At The Match: Champions for Charity, we got to see Tiger Woods play golf for the first time in months It was a breath fresh air for golf fans, especially Tiger loyalists, and came on the heels of the Rory McIlroy/Dustin Johnson/Rickie Fowler/Matthew Wolff skins match at Seminole.
But as the calendar turns to June, we have the real thing waiting right around the corner. The PGA Tour’s 2019-2020 season finally resumes on June 11 at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial, after a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus.
With the season about to get going, and a full lineup of tournaments planned between now and September, one big question remaining is which tournament Woods will choose to re-start his season.
The next tournament after Colonial is the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town in Hilton Head, S.C., which will run June 18-21, followed by the Travelers Championship in Connecticut, and the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. The fifth event on the schedule was supposed to be the John Deere Classic, but the tournament was recently canceled in light of coronavirus-related state restrictions.