Fans were allowed to attend the Champions Tour stage

The Sanford International tournament will be the first professional Golf event to allow spectators after a three-month “covid” break. This stage of the veteran Champions Tour starts this week at the Minnehaha Golf club (South Dakota, USA), and fans have already sold out more than ten thousand tickets.

“I think we are ready for this, and we have everything perfectly planned for security,” says one of the organizers of the tournament. – People are starting to live their normal lives again. They are tired of being locked up.”

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Recall that in the PGA Tour Champions performances resumed at the end of July – a month later than in the PGA Tour, where it is still not known even the approximate time when fans will be able to attend tournaments again. Note that the title sponsor of the upcoming competition is Sanford Health, whose mobile laboratories conduct testing for golfers competing on the veteran Tour. Permission to hold a competition involving fans was agreed with the Governor of South Dakota, which previously also approved the Sturgis Bike Rally-a month ago, about half a million people took part in this traditional biker rally. This stage of the veteran Champions Tour starts this week at the Minnehaha Golf club (South Dakota, USA), and fans have already sold out more than ten thousand tickets.

All spectators are advised to take their own temperature before traveling to the tournament. Special buses will be organized for them, where contactless thermometers will be placed in the Parking lots. Those who arrived at the tournament arena “on their own” will also have their temperature measured at the entrance to the territory. if higher values are detected, the audience will not be allowed to enter the tournament. Free masks and gloves will be distributed to fans, and the field will be restricted with ropes to avoid contact between fans and players (the traditional signing of autographs will also be canceled). Hand sanitizers will be placed throughout the territory.