This page will be updated regularly with any COVID-19 updates that pertain to the golf industry.
March 26 - Competitions Update
Due to the worldwide pandemic of Covid-19, The Wisconsin State Golf Association is announcing that ALL WSGA EVENTS THROUGH MAY 11 HAVE BEEN POSTPONED OR CANCELED in accordance with the current CDC recommendations.
SENIOR TOUR #1 - The Legend at Bergamont (POSTPONED)
NET PARTNERS #1 - The Legend at Bergamont (POSTPONED)
USGA OPEN QUALIFYING - Hidden Glen (CANCELED)
The WSGA is continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will provide another update by April 10th regarding future events. We will do our best to reschedule events if they can be conducted safely and in accordance with CDC guidelines, but first need to understand the overall impact COVID-19 will have on our 2020 tournament schedule. We will send an email to participants of postponed events with additional information.
March 26 - MEDIA Inquiries
All media inquiries should be directed to:
Rob Jansen, Executive Director Wisconsin State Golf Association
Phone: (262) 202-5457
March 25 - Safer at Home FAQs issued by Governor Evers: LINK
Will golf courses remain open?
Golf courses are not considered essential businesses. Staff can perform minimum basic operations as defined in the order.
March 24 - Safer at Home order issued by Governor Evers: LINK
4b Closures. All of the following facilities shall be closed:
Places of public amusement and activity. Whether indoors or outdoors, including but not limited to amusement parks, carnivals, water parks, licensed public or private swimming pools, splash pads, aquariums, zoos, museums, arcades, fairs, children's play centers, playgrounds, funplexes, theme parks, bowling alleys, movie and other theaters, concert and music halls, country clubs, social clubs, and gyms and fitness centers.
March 23 - Wisconsin golf industry letter to Gov. Evers: LINK
March 20 - USGA Rules and Handicapping guidance during COVID-19 era: LINK