PGA Tour participant Grayson Murray stated he’s tested positive for COVID-19 after undergoing coronavirus symptoms while at home a week, and it has retreated from this week’s 3M Championship.
Murray, 26, withdrew in the Workday Charity Open two weeks ago and wasn’t at the Memorial Tournament area last week.
Players need to choose an at-home COVID-19 evaluation before traveling to an event, but Murray explained via his Instagram accounts that on Friday that he”began having symptoms of a migraine, runny nose, loss of smell/taste. I was supposed to depart for a championship in the morning knew obtaining a plane feeling crappy was not a fantastic idea.”
Murray stated he managed to secure a rapid-response test on the weekend and heard on Sunday that he had been convinced.
“I’m self-isolating in your home and adhering to the PGA Tour guidelines so that I will get back to the path when you can,” Murray stated. “If I have been about you at the previous week and you begin to feel some symptoms please go get tested! Because men!”
Murray had missed the cut in the Travelers Championship and also Rocket Mortgage Classic before withdrawing by the Workday tournament.
He’s the seventh famous PGA Tour player to deal with the virus, but the PGA Tour said Murray’s positive evaluation wasn’t a part of its testing program. During the first six weeks of this year’s restart, the tour has stated that six other gamers in addition to three caddies have tested positive.
Anyone who required a tour-organized charter trip into Minnesota this week could have been analyzed prior to being permitted to boardfurther testing will occur on web site before the championship.