Getty ImagesGolf's European Tour will resume on 22nd July with a run of six tournaments over six weeks in the UK. The calendar has been wiped out since 8th March due to the coronavirus pandemic but a return date has now been set, with the British Masters at Close House set to be the opening tournament in July. Coronavirus: News, views and insights during the Covid-19 pandemicThe season will run through until December, with all tournaments played behind closed doors and subject to strict safety and testing protocols. The other events in the British swing are a revived English Open at Forest of Arden, the English Championship at Hanbury Manor, back-to-back tournaments at Celtic Manor – the Celtic Classic and the Wales Open – and the UK Championship at the Belfry. However, they are all subject to the lifting of the two-week quarantine by the British government. Four Rolex Series events have also been announced, with the Scottish Open and PGA Championship in back-to-back weeks in October, while the Nedbank Golf Challenge and the World Tour Championship will take place in December.
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