CROMWELL, Conn. — A second PGA Tour player examined optimistic for COVID-19 when Cameron Champ on Tuesday was pressured to withdraw from the Travelers Championship.
At past week’s RBC Heritage Championship at Hilton Head, Nick Watney, emotion symptomatic before enjoying his second spherical, tested constructive and was compelled to withdraw and quarantine for 10 days as for every the PGA Tour protocols.
“Champ will have the PGA Tour’s comprehensive support throughout his self-isolation time period underneath CDC recommendations,” the tour claimed in a assertion.
Champ, 25, stated in a statement, “I experience great bodily and I was clearly shocked and unhappy to master of the exam result. It’s vital now to choose the necessary ways and measures to shield other individuals, like my loved ones.”
Watney was the initially PGA Tour pro to exam optimistic.
Champ has designed 12 commences in 2019-20, profitable the Safeway Open up very last September. He finished tied for 17th at the Charles Schwab Obstacle two weeks in the past and didn’t engage in in previous week’s RBC Heritage.
For every PGA Tour protocols, Champ now need to self-isolate for at minimum 10 times.
The PGA Tour is expected to release the total screening outcomes at the completion of the pre-tournament testing process on Wednesday.
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