The European Tour declared that next week’s Porsche European Open in Germany will be moved to Saturday, June 5 through Monday, June 7, turning out to be a 54-gap tournament from a common 72 holes.
The event, which will be performed at Eco-friendly Eagle Golf Classes in Hamburg, Germany, was moved because the German government put the United Kingdom on its vacation ‘red list’ past 7 days owing to COVID-19.
“The sizeable travel modifications declared previous 7 days intended it was simply just unachievable for us to begin the Porsche European Open as meant a week these days with no unacceptably damaging the discipline and the integrity of the tournament,” European Tour main executive Keith Pelley explained in a statement.
Approximately a third of the 156-participant field, alongside with caddies and many users of the European Tour Productions and European Tour employees, can’t enter Germany and must quarantine if they had not been outside the U.K. for at least 10 days.
Going the starting up day of the match back two times permits those to invest the required time exterior of the U.K. both of those for the duration of and after the Manufactured in Himmerland tournament in Denmark this week, right before coming into Germany up coming week.