Rory McIlroy will be at the start of the next three meetings of the PGA Tour. The season, greatly disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, is due to resume on June 11 in Fort Worth (Texas) for the Charles Schwab Challenge. It will be followed by the RBC Heritage and the Travelers Championship. “I’m ready, dropped the current world No. 1 at the Golf Channel. I can’t speak for everyone but, personally, I just want to play. So I plan to be there for the first three events (of the new PGA Tour calendar). Later we shall see. So, of course, we will have to take as many precautions as possible to be able to restart the machine, but I think the Tour people have a very solid plan. If they can do it the right way, I don’t see any reason why we can’t start over on June 11. “The North Irishman also went back to the closed session scheduled for the first four resumption tournaments.” I think this is the new standard at the moment. The most important thing is that everyone is safe and that the PGA Tour is operational again. I don’t think it will tarnish anything. On the contrary, I think everyone will be very excited to replay. I also think people are going to be excited to watch golf live on TV. Admittedly, the atmosphere will not be the same as with 50,000 people on the course, but I do not think that that takes anything away from the integrity of the competition. “Meanwhile, the Briton will compete this Sunday at Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) an exhibition game, the “TaylorMade Driving Relief”. Associated with Dustin Johnson, he will challenge the pair Rickie Fowler-Matt Wolff. The profits will be donated to associations fighting against the Covid-19 in the United States.