BBC Sport: PGA Tour plans to resume in June with tournaments behind closed doors

BBC Sport: PGA Tour plans to resume in June with tournaments behind closed doors. “The PGA Tour has announced plans to resume in June with the first four tournaments played behind closed doors. The Tour has been suspended since 12 March because of the global coronavirus pandemic that has halted all golf. The Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas is scheduled to be the first tournament back on 11-14 June.”

Oh, fore putt’s sake: Golf org PGA bunkered up by ransomware attack just days before tournament (The Register)

The Register: Oh, fore putt’s sake: Golf org PGA bunkered up by ransomware attack just days before tournament. “The Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) was hit by ransomware just before one of the sport’s biggest pro events, which teed off on Thursday. Scrambled files on its infected computers include “creative materials” for this week’s PGA Championship as well as next month’s Ryder Cup, Golf Week reported.”

Twitter, PGA Teaming Up for Some Live Coverage

Twitter continues its foray into sports by teaming up with the PGA. “The deal, which comes after Twitter streamed Thursday Night Football this season, will include as much as 90 minutes of analysis and live coverage of early Thursday and early Friday rounds. That equates to more than 70 hours of coverage across the 31 tournaments that comprise the rest of the 2016-17 schedule, according to a joint news release from Twitter and the PGA Tour.”