Euro Tour to resume season on July 22
The European Tour plans to resume its season the last full weekend in July with six tournaments in England and Wales that will include COVID-19 testing and depend on the U.K. lifting its quarantine restrictions.
It would start July 22 with the British Masters, hosted by Lee Westwood. The next five in the "U.K. Swing" are new tournaments the European Tour will pay for out of its tournament development fund. Three will be at former Ryder Cup venues - two at Celtic Manor in Wales, one at The Belfry in England.
The purse at each new event is 1 million euros. The tour said it will add 500,000 euros for the U.K. Swing for charities - half for the markets they play, half for the top 10 players from a "mini money list" to decide.
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