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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Open will be held without qualifying this year, the United States Golf Association announced on Monday, with the field "filled entirely through exemptions."
(Reuters) - California governor Gavin Newsom cleared a path for the potential return of professional sport in the state, saying on Monday that an early June restart was possible under strict guidelines, including no fans.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The first live televised golf event in the United States since the coronavirus outbreak brought world sport to a standstill attracted an average of 2.35 million viewers on Sunday, NBC Sports said.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - When the country’s president demanded that a soon-to-turn 38-year-old striker be included in the World Cup squad, it was seen as a new low for African football.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The National Women's Soccer League is set to move forward with plans for a month-long, single-city National Women's Soccer League tournament starting in late June, according to media reports.
(Reuters) - When retired pro cyclist Phil Gaimon spent nearly eight hours climbing the equivalent height of Mount Everest, he had hoped he might have more than four days to enjoy his world record.
WORLD number one Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson teamed up to win the TaylorMade Driving Relief two-on-two charity skins match with a tie-break in Florida last weekend, in the US’ first live televised golf competition since the Covid-19 shutdown.
THE return to competitive golf, albeit a charity match (broadcast live on television), by the game’s greatest ever player, Tiger Woods, is on. Woods and Peyton Manning
IN a week when the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour returned to action amidst the Covid-19 pandemic and Rory McIlroy and his friends featured in a two-on-two charity match in Florida, Malaysia lost one of its genuine golf stars, Vellasamy Nellan.
LONDON (Reuters) - Audi Formula E driver Daniel Abt was disqualified and ordered to pay 10,000 euros (8,956.5 pounds) to charity on Sunday for getting a professional gamer to compete under his name in an official esports race.