Woodland, Piercy and Redman, outside the Honda Classic after testing positive for coronavirus

Gary Woodland, Scott Piercy and Doc Redman have tested positive for coronavirus and will not play in the Honda Classic, the PGA Tour confirmed on Monday.

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Gary Woodland, Scott Piercy and Doc Redman will not play the next Honda Classic after testing positive for coronavirus, the PGA Tour announced Monday.

"Players will have the full support of the PGA Tour during the quarantine period under CDC guidelines," the PGA Tour wrote in the statement.

Woodland, Piercy and Redman will be replaced in the tournament by Sebastian Cappelen, DJ Trahan and Kiradech Aphibarnrat, respectively, at the PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Woodland, which won the US Open in 2019, missed the cut at The Players Championship this past weekend. The 36-year-old golfer has four titles on the PGA Tour.

Piercy, 42, has also been a four-time PGA Tour champion and finished 69 at The Players. For his part, Redman, 23, has yet to debut his record on the PGA Tour. He also missed the cut at The Players.



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