The identity of the European Ryder Cup vice-captain

European Ryder Cup captain, Padraig Harrington recently inadvertently revealed the identity of one of the deputy team leaders who will work alongside him at this year’s Ryder Cup event.

Padraig Harrington inadvertently revealed the new vice captain’s identity at the Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup European captain, Padraig Harrington recently inadvertently revealed the identity of one of the vice-captains who will work alongside him at this year’s Ryder Cup event. It is the former world No. 1 golfer Luke Donald. Harrington revealed this information on the Sky Sports Golf Show.

Padraig Harrington reveals his partner at the Ryder Cup 2020

Donald is expected to return to the 2020 Ryder Cup after the tournament in Robert Karlsson, Sweden in 2018. This year’s Ryder Cup event is likely to be moved to September and takes place on 25-27 days at the Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

The European Tour will host virtual tournaments until the golf tour returns

The European Tour is expected to take about 5 weeks to return. Therefore, organizers decided to create a virtual tournament for top golfers like Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Mike Lorenzo Vera and Joost Luiten to play at their homes.

By using the latest emulation technology from Trackman, the virtual tournament will give golfers a very real experience, just like they actually play on the field. The award is expected to take place within 4-5 weeks.

The PGA Tour plans to constantly test golfers for the tournament

As planned, the PGA Tour will return to competition in the middle of next month. The preparation of the organizers is extremely urgent, and they also have relatively thorough prevention plans for Covid-19.

Specifically, at a new meeting earlier this week, the organizers of the PGA Tour have planned to ask golfers to test Covid-19 before leaving home, until the event they will be revisited again. and finally a mandatory medical examination after the competition day is closed.

Former world No. 4 player warns of the fate of ATP tournaments

Former Czech player, Tomas Berdych has just said that male players will have to accept the fact that many unexpected decisions can be made at this time. Earlier, the original ATP tournaments had been postponed since March 12 due to the outbreak of Covid-19. However, according to the latest developments, there will not be any tournament coming back before July.