The 2021 Masters Tournament will be held with a set number of onlookers in the exhibition.
Fred Ridley, executive of Augusta National Golf Club, on Tuesday (Jan 12) said that the deferred 2020 Masters, held in November, given an outline to securely direct the 2021 release in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The following Masters is booked for April 8-11.
It additionally was reported that the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals will return in April with restricted fans in participation.
His assertion didn’t make reference to the number of ticket holders will be permitted to enter however players invited the news.
The Master to Allow Fans in April
According to sports betting reports, history-production Masters second place Cameron Smith of Australia and 2020 PGA Championship victor Collin Morikawa were both pleased by the declaration.
Morikawa, a 23-year-old American, caught his first Major title last August at Harding Park in San Francisco and trusted the Masters’ arrangements may flag a steady return for fans across all PGA Tour occasions.
“It’s clearly promising,” he said. “I think every one of these competitions will begin bringing fans back, regardless of whether it’s restricted limit or a specific sum for each day.”