Here are all the golf tournaments that have been canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus

Ryan Herrington
Golf Digest

Concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 virus have caused the cancellation or postponement of sporting events throughout the world. Domestic sports leagues such as the NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS and ATP Tour, along with the NCAA, have all shut down competition for the foreseeable future in an effort to help slow down the spread of the virus and protect the health of the athletes, officials, spectators and volunteers.

The same is occurring in the world of golf. Below is a listing of all the major professional and amateur events that have been either canceled or postponed over the coronavirus. We’ll update this list as more events are impacted.

Players Championship (March 12-15)
Valspar Championship (March 19-22)
WGC-Dell Match Play (March 25-29)
Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship (March 26-29)
Valero Texas Open (April 2-5)
RBC Heritage (April 16-19)
Zurich Classic of New Orleans (April 23-26)
Wells Fargo Championship (April 30-May 3)
AT&T Byron Nelson (May 7-10)
Open Championship (July 16-19)

Masters (April 9-12; rescheduled for Nov. 12-15)
PGA Championship (May 14-17; rescheduled for Aug. 6-9)
U.S. Open (June 18-21; rescheduled for Sept. 17-20) Olympic Tournament (July 30-Aug. 2; pushed back to 2021)

Moved Wyndham Championship (Aug. 6-9; moved to Aug. 13-16)
The Northern Trust (Aug. 13-16; moved to Aug. 20-23)
BMW Championship (Aug. 20-23; moved to Aug. 27-30)
Tour Championship (Aug. 27-30; moved to Sept. 4-7)

WGC-Dell Match Play (March 25-29)
GolfSixes Cascais (May 9-10)
Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika (June 11-14)
Open Championship (July 16-19)
D+D Real Czech Masters (Aug. 20-23)

Magical Kenya Open (March 12-15)
Hero Indian Open (March 19-22)
Maybank Championship (April 16-19)
Volvo China Open (April 23-26)
Andalucia Masters (April 30-May 3)
Made in Denmark (May 21-24)
Dubai Duty Free Irish Open (May 28-31)
Trophée Hassan II (June 4-7) Olympic Tournament (July 30-Aug. 2; pushed back to 2021)

Honda LPGA Thailand (Feb. 20-23)
HSBC Women's World Championship (Feb. 27-March 1)
Blue Bay LPGA (March 5–8)
Pure Silk Championship (May 21-24)

Volvik Founders Cup (March 19-22)
Kia Classic (March 26-29; rescheduled for Sept. 24-27)
ANA Inspiration (April 2-5; rescheduled for Sept. 10-13)
Lotte Championship (April 15-18)
Hugel-Air Premia LA Open (April 23-26)
LPGA Mediheal Championship (April 30-May 3)
Pelican Women’s Championship (May 14-17; rescheduled for Nov. 12-15)
ShopRite LPGA Classic (May 29-31; rescheduled for July 31-Aug. 2)
U.S. Women's Open (June 4-7; rescheduled to Dec. 7-13)
Meijer LPGA Classic (June 11-14) Olympic Tournament (Aug. 5-8; pushed back to 2021)

Moved Evian Championship (July 23-26; moved to Aug. 6-9) LPGA/Symetra Tour Q school—Stage I (Aug. 20-23; rescheduled for Oct. 12-15, moved to Plantation Golf & C.C. in Venice, Fla.)
LPGA/Symetra Tour Q school—Stage II (October; rescheduled for November at a location to be announced)
LPGA Q Series Final (December; moving from Pinehurst to new TBD facility)

RELATED: LPGA reschedules ANA Inspiration while postponing more event

Rapiscan Systems Classic (March 27-29)
Mitsubishi Electric Classic (April 17-19)
Insperity Invitational (May 1-3)
Regions Tradition (May 7-10; rescheduled for Sept. 24-27)
Senior PGA Championship (May 21-24)
Mastercard Japan Championship (June 12-14)

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Chitimacha Louisiana Open (March 19-22)
Lake Charles Championship (March 26-29)
Veritex Bank Championship (April 16-19) KC Golf Classic (May 7-10)

Savannah Golf Championship (April 2-5)
Huntsville Championship (April 23-26)
Simmons Bank Open for the Snedeker Foundation (April 30-May 3)
Visit Knoxville Open (May 14-17)

IOA Championship Presented by Morongo Casino Resort & Spa (March 27-29; rescheduled for Aug. 21-23)
Windsor Golf Classic (April 2-4; pushed back to 2021)
IOA Invitational (May 7-9)
Symetra Classic (May 13-15)
Zimmer Biomet Championship (May 20-23)
The CDPHP Open (May 29-31)
Four Winds Invitational (June 12-14; rescheduled for July 31-Aug. 2)

LPGA/Symetra Tour Q school—Stage I (Aug. 20-23; rescheduled for Oct. 12-15, moved to Plantation Golf & C.C. in Venice, Fla.)
LPGA/Symetra Tour Q school—Stage II (October; rescheduled for November at a location to be announced)
LPGA Q Series Final (December; moving from Pinehurst to new TBD facility)

Azalea Invitational (March 26-29)
Augusta National Women’s Amateur (April 1-4)
U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball (April 25-29)
U.S. Amateur Four-Ball (May 23-27)
NCAA Women’s Championship (May 22-27)
NCAA Men’s Championship (May 29-June 3)

RELATED: College golf season comes to abrupt end due to coronavirus

Women’s Asia-Pacific Amateur (Feb. 12-15; rescheduled for Oct. 7-10)
Drive Chip and Putt National Finals (April 5; rescheduled to April 4, 2021)
41st Curtis Cup (June 12-14; rescheduled for summer of 2021)
British Amateur (June 15-20; rescheduled to week of Aug. 24)
British Women's Amateur (June 23-27; rescheduled to week of Aug. 24)

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AJGA -- Postponed all events until Memorial Day

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