More contagions in golf: Harris English tests positive for COVID-19

The golfer dropped the Rocket Mortgage Classic after learning his positive. You must remain isolated for ten days.


The list of positives in golf continues to grow. The last example is found in Harris English (30 years old), after announcing the PGA Tour last Monday that the golfer had tested positive for COVID-19. Immediately, the golfer dropped the tournament he was going to play, the Rocket Mortgage Classic.

In this way, English joins the infected Dylan Frittelli, Cameron Champ, Denny McCarthy and Nick Watney, the list of players who have tested positive since the tournaments resumed on June 11. That's when it comes to golfers, as the Koepka and McDowell caddies tested positive, too .

"We are making various adjustments to our health and safety plan as outlined in the memorandum sent out to players this morning, and we will continually reinforce all players, caddies, staff members, and property support personnel at PGA Tour to adhere to the distancing and inclusion of other security professionals who further minimize the risk, "PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan explained in an official statement. At the moment, English will not be able to rejoin tournaments until the test is negative. For now, he must remain isolated for ten days. The battle continues ...



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