Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, PGA Tour officials are looking to resume the tour by providing safety procedures. The whole PGA aims to protect everyone involved in the tour. The safety procedures include strict social distancing methods, coronavirus testing, and medical clearances for caddies, players, and some support personnel. 

The tour plan, detailed in a 37-page memo, was issued to hundreds of players, staff members, and media members. It concentrates on how players regulate social distancing, in practice ranges, in interviews, and locker rooms. Some live events might not feature audiences and will strictly be streamed or shown live. 

It was announced on June 08, 2020, that the week would mark the arrival of aggressive golf as the PGA Tour would debut fewer events for the Charles Schwab Challenge at The Colonial. 

This year’s events will be packed with the best American golfers to play. In July 2020, the Muirfield Village will host back-to-back PGA Tour events. Workday will host a whole field event from July 9 to July 12; the Nationwide Memorial Tournament is from July 16 to July 20. 

Some of the country’s largest cities are still looking forward to opening their golf courses in the municipality. The 15 municipal golf courses of New York City, along with Trump Ferry Point, remain closed as of this writing.

Given this year is a difficult period, the success of the PGA Tour is challenging to pull off.  Not only does success involve the whole PGA, but it also involves its audience and bettors. For betting contests, golf picks include both major tournaments and PGA tours worldwide.

As the summer of golf in 2020 is reaching full season, it’s time to determine several golfers to watch out for this season. In particular, these are golfers who may be prepared to take the next step in their career or have established names that are already superstars. 

The meaning may vary, but the concept is generally quite self-explanatory. Along with that, here’s our look at the players most likely to break into the golf scene and breakout stars in 2020:

 Abraham Ancer

Ancer won the Australian Open to rise to a career-high ranking of 57th in the world and had a great showing at the President Cup late last year. As the PGA is fast approaching, Ancer will look to capitalize on his meteoric rise. Ancer once played well even before he released a total International fifth-highest score in the Cup. 

In the 2019-20 slate, which also involves a tie for second on The American Express, the University of Oklahoma product has three top 10 finishes. He is a breakout star, but he has yet to win a masters. He was 14th ranked on the PGA Tour last season. In the new season, Ancer has garnered two more top-10 finishes. Look for Ancer to rise to the occasion this season. Who knows, with his style and play, maybe he’ll finally win a masters he truly deserves.

Viktor Hovland

Many eyes are on Hovland during this time. As the winner from the Am low Masters last year, Hovland has a unique style of playing and has the potential to be a multiple-winner on the 2020 PGA Tour. 

A rookie in the year 2019-20, Hovland has shown the kind of constant talent he could be on the PGA Tour. In the 2018-19 season, Hovland played ten events, recording a top-20 finish in the half of his start, but it was his stretch at the end of the season that caught the attention of fans.  If you’re looking for an exciting breakout player to follow, Viktor Hovland is one of the best bets.

Collin Morikawa

Morikawa burst into the scene by winning the Barracuda Championship just days after the pro tour in 2019. That alone puts him above positive expectations for the 2020 season. He finished with an impressive T7 in the Sentry Tournament of Champions and T21 in both Farmers and Sony tournaments. 

Morikawa might not yet be a top contender for winning it all, but make no mistake. With just a few more wins, he’ll be well known for his style and finesse. A few more wins and he will cement his status as one of the best breakout golfers for seasons to come. He is talented, knows it, and is not afraid of the PGA Tour’s bright lights.


Today, there is a lot of strength and depth in the golfing world, with numerous older players and even youngsters coming in the ranks to mix it with the world’s best. Despite restricting the movement of players during events that perform without live viewers, let us continue to do what is necessary today so we can get back  things together!