1. Open Championship canceled because of coronavirus  ESPN
  2. 2020 Open Championship canceled in wake of coronavirus pandemic  USA TODAY
  3. The Open 2020 cancelled as a result of coronavirus pandemic  The Guardian
  4. British Open canceled for first time since WWII due to coronavirus  CNBC
  5. R&A cancels 2020 British Open, will play 2021 edition at Royal St. George's  Golf Digest
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The 149th Open Championship, scheduled for July 16-19, was canceled Monday because of the coronavirus pandemic.The 149th Open Championship, scheduled for July 16-19, was canceled Monday because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Open Championship canceled because of coronavirus

The 149th Open Championship is cancelled but 2020's three other men's majors are rescheduled because of the global coronavirus pandemic.The 149th Open Championship is cancelled but 2020's three other men's majors are rescheduled because of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The Open cancelled; Masters, US Open & US PGA Championship rescheduled - BBC Sport

Plus, is a Trackman-based pro event in the offing?Plus, is a Trackman-based pro event in the offing?

Announcement on 2020 majors imminent - bunkered.co.uk

The Masters, US Open and PGA Championship have all been rescheduled for later this year while The 149th Open will not be played until 2021.The Masters, US Open and PGA Championship have all been rescheduled for later this year while The 149th Open will not be played until 2021.

PGA Championship, US Open and Masters all rescheduled for 2020 | Golf News | Sky Sports

“It is with a heavy heart that we have to cancel The Open for the first time since WWII. We appreciate that this will be disappointing for a great many people but we have to act responsibly during this pandemic and it is the right thing to do. Statement: https://t.co/brJfuOZSFP”

The Open on Twitter: "It is with a heavy heart that we have to cancel The Open for the first time since WWII. We appreciate that this will be disappointing for a great many people but we have to act responsibly during this pandemic and it is the right thing to do. Statement: https://t.co/brJfuOZSFP… https://t.co/i0QG6B1Sup"

“Obviously im disappointed that I won’t get to defend the Open championship this year but I feel the RandA have made the right decisions based on people’s health and safety. See you all in Royal St George’s in 2021 https://t.co/zr7uS80lgH”

Shane Lowry on Twitter: "Obviously im disappointed that I won’t get to defend the Open championship this year but I feel the RandA have made the right decisions based on people’s health and safety. See you all in Royal St George’s in 2021… https://t.co/CWqI5Csm7R"

“The R&A has decided to cancel The Open in 2020 due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. The 149th Open will now be played at Royal St George’s from 11-18 July 2021 and The 150th Open at St Andrews from 10-17 July 2022. Full Statement: https://t.co/iZ3HiU7wwV”

The R&A on Twitter: "The R&A has decided to cancel The Open in 2020 due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. The 149th Open will now be played at Royal St George’s from 11-18 July 2021 and The 150th Open at St Andrews from 10-17 July 2022. Full Statement: https://t.co/iZ3HiU7wwV… https://t.co/z34pJPqkOg"

“BREAKING: As @GolfDigest reported last week, British Open is canceled, formally expected today. Other announcements: Tour will begin mid June, with no fans, at Memorial PGA Champ Aug 6; Ryder Cup Sept 25 US Open Sept 17 Masters to Nov”

Joel Beall on Twitter: "BREAKING: As @GolfDigest reported last week, British Open is canceled, formally expected today. Other announcements: Tour will begin mid June, with no fans, at Memorial PGA Champ Aug 6; Ryder Cup Sept 25 US Open Sept 17 Masters to Nov"

Read a statement from the R&A regarding the cancellation of The Open in 2020 at Royal St George's.Read a statement from the R&A regarding the cancellation of The Open in 2020 at Royal St George's.

Statement from The R&A | The Open in 2020 to be Cancelled

The Masters - which had been due to take place this week - has been pencilled in for mid-November as golf adjusts to the coronavirus.

November date for the Masters as PGA Tour confirm outline of new schedule

The Open has joined the list of major sporting events that have been called off following the coronavirus outbreak. The event was set to begin on July 16 at Royal St George's in Kent.The Open has joined the list of major sporting events that have been called off following the coronavirus outbreak. The event was set to begin on July 16 at Royal St George's in Kent.

The Open is cancelled for the first time since World War II amid coronavirus outbreak | Daily Mail Online

The 149th Open golf championship due to be staged in Kent this summer has been cancelled.The 149th Open golf championship due to be staged in Kent this summer has been cancelled.

Coronavirus: The 149th Open golf championship 2020 in Sandwich cancelled

United by what may still be possible this year for the world of professional golf, and with a goal to serve all who love and play the game, Augusta National Golf Club, European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA TOUR, The R&A and USGA have issued the following joint statement:United by what may still be possible this year for the world of professional golf, and with a goal to serve all who love and play the game, Augusta National Golf Club, European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA TOUR, The R&A and USGA have issued the following joint statement:

Golf world presents revised calendar of events for 2020

THIS year’s Open has been cancelled due to coronavirus – and now won’t be played until July 2021. The tournament had been scheduled to be played at Kent’s Royal St George’s betwee…

The Open 2020 CANCELLED due to coronavirus and will not take place until next July at Royal St George’s – The Sun

Golf's governing bodies released a revised, ambitious schedule on Monday, attempting to play as much golf as possible during the shortened 2020 season

Masters moves to November, U.S. Open to September, Ryder Cup is on: Golf's bodies release new 2020 schedule - Golf Digest

The 149th Open Championship, due to be played at Royal St George's in July, will not be held this yearThe 149th Open Championship, due to be played at Royal St George's in July, will not be held this year

Coronavirus forces Open Championship cancellation for first time since 1945

Golf’s oldest major championship will not be contested in 2020, the first cancellation of the event since World War II.Golf’s oldest major championship will not be contested in 2020, the first cancellation of the event since World War II.

Read a statement from The R&A regarding the cancellation of The Open in 2020 at Royal St George's.

The R&A - The Open in 2020 cancelled

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