Sanford Health has just been selected as a supplier of disease screening tools by PGA Tour so that it will secure a rematch.
PGA Tour selected nCoV testing partner
One of the largest health service systems in the United States is Sanford Health. This is also a sponsor of the PGA Tour Champions – the senior championship system affiliated to the tour. This business is entrusted by PGA Tour because it proves its ability to test on the spot and give fast results thanks to the modernity and maneuverability in its personnel and specialized equipment.
Under the plan, Sanford Health will deploy three affiliated units to accompany the PGA Tour stages across the USA mainland. Each group will consist of a driver and three technicians.
They will arrive at the venue on Saturday, two days earlier than the event takes place to conduct RT-PCR – real-time period biology testing – for regarding 400 people, according to staff estimates at every PGA Tour event. Each test takes less than 5 minutes and will give the results in a few hours. Sanford Health forces will remain until the end of Thursday, the equal of the opening round, and then move to the next stop in the match.
The opening stage for the rematch of the PGA Tour is the Charles Schwab Challenge on the Colonial Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas, starting June 11.
Under an agreement between the two sides, Sanford Health also has the same duty for the PGA Champions and the Korn Ferry Tour second-class arena. All medical personnel in charge are also tested weekly and always ready to be on obligation in all 3 arenas.
Complements the tournament schedule
The Muirfield Village Golf Course, in Dublin, Ohio, will host the new event, replacing John Deere Classic canceled by the disease.
According to the announcement of the PGA Tour on June 2, the tournament at Muirfield is open to the list of 156 golfer players, taking place from July 9 to July 12 and will prohibit the audience. In the program to resume the season, this time frame belongs to John Deere Classic at Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.
Thanks to the new event that appeared with Workday Inc. As a title sponsor, Muirfield Village became the exception of this season when receiving the “event brace”. Because a week later, this yard continues to welcome the Memorial Tournament hosted by the great golfer Jack Nicklaus. His role is currently unknown at the event sponsored by Workday Inc.
In the new context, organizing two consecutive tournaments in the same place is considered a reasonable choice for PGA, because it helps to cut down the movement, reduce the burden of logistics, make use of available facilities. The risk of nCoV infection for the golfer, caddie, and related people is also minimized.
The new schedule of the PGA opens with the Charles Schwab Challenge on the Colonial yard in Fort Worth, Texas, starting June 11. This event and the four adjacent stages behind will have no field fans.