Houston Open to become 1st U.S. Tour stop to allow fans since March
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The Houston Open will become the PGA Tour's first tournament on American soil to host fans since the Players Championship was canceled in March, the Tour announced Friday.

Memorial Park Golf Course will allow 2,000 fans onto the grounds daily for the event, which runs a week prior to the Masters from Nov. 5-8.

All fans, volunteers, and essential staff must wear masks at all times while on the property, except while actively eating or drinking. Other specific guidelines for those attending the event - such as designated standing areas - are not yet known.

The Bermuda Championship - which will be held the week prior to the Houston Open - is also letting a limited number of fans attend daily.

Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, and Rickie Fowler are among the early commits to the Houston Open.

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