COVID-19 has clearly been wreaking havoc in the sports world, and with social distancing and safer-at-home measures even a fairly keep-your-distance sport like golf has been affected. Most courses around the country are closed, although various petition drives and movements are seeking reconsideration of those orders, since it's an outdoor sport and people aren't gathered in groups. While that's probably not advisable right now, it may be one of the first sports to open up again once this pandemic is in decline - hopefully soon.
The PGA announced today (April 6th) that they've reconfigured the 2020 schedule. The Open Championship will be cancelled; however, new dates have also been announced for the three remaining majors.
The PGA Championship will be the year's first major, scheduled to take place August 6th-9th. The U.S. Open is now slated to begin September 17th and run through the 20th. Meanwhile, The Masters has been moved to November 12th-15th.
Of particular importance to us here in Wisconsin since it's taking place at Whistling Straits, The Ryder Cup's original scheduling of September 25th-27th remains in place. The FedEx Cup playoffs have been pushed back one week to begin August 10th, when hopefully we can enjoy Wisconsin State Fair, too. Hopefully this holds!
Stay safe out (or in) there, and thanks again for listening.