John Rahm had a sense that the PGA Championship wasn’t going to be completed as scheduled due to the coronavirus. He was correct. The PGA, like most other sports, suspended play as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread. Rahm’s focus isn’t on the game of golf anymore but rather his family in Spain, who are currently under quarantine. Rahm gave his first interview to Sports Illustrated after the PGA Championship to discuss his personal bouts with the virus pertaining to his family overseas. SI’s Ryan Asselta tells the story.
Lee Westwood Skipping PGA Championship Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Lee Westwood is skipping out on the PGA Championship, citing his concerns about America's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The English golfer says he’s “still more concerned that America doesn’t take [COVID-19] as seriously as the rest of the world,” and will not play in ...read more