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Here Are the COVID-19 Rules & Regulations You Need to Know Before Coming to the Korn Ferry Tour Championship

The start of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship is close, and before you come to Victoria National, you’re going to want to know these COVID-19 rules and regulations.

Posted: Sep 1, 2021 4:34 PM
Updated: Sep 1, 2021 7:44 PM

The start of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship is close, and before you come to Victoria National, you’re going to want to know these COVID-19 rules and regulations.

With the surge of the delta variant, special COVID-19 rules have been put into place for this event. Guests must wear masks any time they’re indoors at this event, unless they are actively eating or drinking, and tournament directors spoke about why they have these rules in place.

Patrick Nichol - Executive Director

“We’re just following the CDC’s guidelines," said Patrick Nichol, executive director of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship. "We want people to feel safe, and people are more than welcome to wear masks around the golf course, if they want to, and if they don’t want to, they don’t have to. There’s a little bit of freedom of choice when you’re outside and you can socially distance Sox feet away from each other.”

While outside, fans can choose whether or not to mask, but fans are asked to take advantage of the spacious course and try to remain six feet apart from other spectators.

And once you’re at the course, you’re asked not to request autographs, pictures or handshakes from any of the golfers to keep them as safe as possible.

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