The Ryder Cup has been described as a college football game on a golf course, and last year revealed just how lifeless college football games can be without fans. That’s a massive reason why the PGA of America and European Tour postponed the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. However, with COVID-19 pandemic numbers headed in the right direction, there is great optimism that the refreshed Ryder Cup, which is slated to be held this September, will rock as hard as any Michigan-Ohio State or Alabama-Auburn game ever has.

After PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh said last year that, “playing without [spectators] was not a realistic option,” he sounded far more encouraged and optimistic on Tuesday while speaking from the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island.

“From a Ryder Cup perspective, obviously we worked with the industry…

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