The 120th US Open will be played without spectators this September at Winged Foot, the USGA has confirmed.
Phil Mickelson will have another chance to complete golf’s career Grand Slam after changes to the exemption criteria mean he has now qualified for this year's US Open.
The US Open will not have qualifying for the first time since 1924, a decision the USGA has described as "incredibly difficult" to make.
This year's US Open golf tournament is set to be postponed due to coronavirus concerns, according to the New York Post.
The USGA's preparations for the US Open have been halted by the closure of the venue, Winged Foot Golf Club.
Phil Mickelson has insisted he would turn down a special exemption for this year's US Open if he fails to qualify outright.
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