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A minute of silence on the PGA Tour “It’s going to be very strange, especially due to the absence of an audience. We are not going to be able to fully share insanity with the fans. We will not be able to clap our hands with our caddies or the other players either. You imagine someone investigating a bomb over 20 m at 18 to win the tournament. What will he hear? Nothing ? Crickets? “ Jon Rahm “You imagine someone investigating a bomb over 20 m in 18 to win the tournament. What will he hear? Nothing ? Crickets? ” “I didn’t think the nasal test hurt that much to be honest. I got tested when I arrived Tuesday morning and got the results very quickly. In less than an hour, I had the green light to go to the golf course. There, the only strange thing is to realize what you can and cannot do. You have to be very careful when you come across other players in the locker room. We cannot check ourselves out as we are all used to. And then we have no access to the physio truck which upsets habits a bit. In the end, it comes down to the shopping cart, the golf course and the course. And it suits me pretty well. “ “A Ryder Cup without fans, or with a limited number of spectators does not make sense. It’s the ultimate entertainment. It is the only week during which we do not play for ourselves but for Europe or the USA and therefore for the fans. They are the ones who make this event so special. Without them, it will not be a normal Ryder Cup. Postponing to 2021 would be the best thing to do. “ “Are you asking me that?” (laughs) I understand the envy of the viewers who expect to hear us tell a lot of things. But considering the kind of person I am on the course, I think it would take a delay of 20 or 30 seconds given the number of curses that I leave. I’m not for putting microphones on players. Of course it deserves a test, but I’m not sure of the result. ““data-reactid =” 19 “> Jon Rahm resumes play this week on the PGA Tour. Between health protocol, absence of public and slightly rusty golf, the No. 1 European in title offered a fresh look at this week of reprise. “I haven’t hit a single ball or touch a club for at least seven weeks. It’s the longest break I’ve ever had since my pro debut. I only started back on the course last week. Suddenly, the mission was not to make sockets on my first balls at the driving range. And then little by little to untie my swing, to find my marks. “ A minute of silence on the PGA Tour “It’s going to be very strange, especially due to the absence of an audience. We are not going to be able to fully share insanity with the fans. We will not be able to clap our hands with our caddies or the other players either. You imagine someone investigating a bomb over 20 m at 18 to win the tournament. What will he hear? Nothing ? Crickets? “ Jon Rahm “You imagine someone investigating a bomb over 20 m in 18 to win the tournament. What will he hear? Nothing ? Crickets? ” “I didn’t think the nasal test hurt that much to be honest. I got tested when I arrived Tuesday morning and got the results very quickly. In less than an hour, I had the green light to go to the golf course. There, the only strange thing is to realize what you can and cannot do. You have to be very careful when you come across other players in the locker room. We cannot check ourselves out as we are all used to. And then we have no access to the physio truck which upsets habits a bit. In the end, it comes down to the shopping cart, the golf course and the course. And it suits me pretty well. “ “A Ryder Cup without fans, or with a limited number of spectators does not make sense. It’s the ultimate entertainment. It is the only week during which we do not play for ourselves but for Europe or the USA and therefore for the fans. They are the ones who make this event so special. Without them, it will not be a normal Ryder Cup. Postponing to 2021 would be the best thing to do. “ “Are you asking me that?” (laughs) I understand the envy of the viewers who expect to hear us tell a lot of things. But considering the kind of person I am on the course, I think it would take a delay of 20 or 30 seconds given the number of curses that I go out. I’m not for putting microphones on players. Of course it deserves a test, but I’m not sure of the result. “