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  1. There will be more marquee matches involving Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. So we decided to make up our dream matches.
  2. The PGA's return won't be simple. No sport's return will be. Then think about the added complications for international players like Matthew Fitzpatrick as they try to get back into the U.S. and become competition-ready.
  3. The USGA says its "sole focus" is playing the rescheduled U.S. Open at Winged Foot in September. As for fans being there? "We are cautiously optimistic," USGA exec John Bodenhamer told ESPN.
  4. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said the state will allow outdoor stadiums to host fans up to 25% of their normal capacity. Leagues will have to apply to state health officials to be allowed to have fans.
  5. The John Deere Classic, scheduled to be the fifth tournament as part of the PGA Tour's revised schedule, will be canceled this year, with hopes of replacing it with another event.
  6. The European Tour announced a return to play with six events in the United Kingdom.
  7. John Daly II finished in a tie for second at the inaugural Dye National Junior Invitational.
  8. Phil Mickelson says he would like to see "The Match" become an annual event with stars such as Stephen Curry, Michael Jordan, Tony Romo and Patrick Mahomes taking part.
  9. Though new Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said "I really enjoy golf" after his appearance on "The Match," and noted some perks to the game, he also said he is "sticking to my day job."
  10. Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson put on a good show, with the help of some antics, Justin Thomas' debut as an announcer and the possibility that this is just the beginning.