Original title: Affected by the new crown epidemic, Woods' hosting of the Heroes World Challenge was forced to cancel
On October 20th, Beijing time, according to a foreign media "Yahoo Sports" report, the World of Heroes Challenge hosted by Tiger Woods will be cancelled this year due to the new crown epidemic. On Monday local time, the PGA Tour announced the news.
This event has been held in Albania, Bahamas, and is scheduled to be held from December 3rd to 6th local time in 2020. This unofficial event has an elite lineup of 18 people. Last year Henrik Stenson won the championship. In the past few years, players who won the championship include Jon Ram, Rich Fowler, and Baba. Watson and Jordan Spieth.
The PGA Tour stated in an official statement: "Global restrictions and development have resulted in the World of Heroes Challenge not being held this year. This decision was made in consideration of the health of all participants and the health of the Albanian community. We I look forward to the successful hosting of the 2021 Heroes World Challenge and welcome 18 top players and guests from all over the world to Albania in the Bahamas.