When Will the 2020 Masters Take Place? Signs Point to October Though Nothing Has Been Confirmed
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We don’t know much about the 2020 sports calendar at this moment, but what we are sure of is that things will be very different this year. The suspension of the NBA, NHL and MLB, as well as the canceling of the 2020 NCAA Tournament has left the sports schedule in flux. And, as we’ve all heard over the past 10 days, the situation remains fluid.
What we do know about the 2020 Masters is that it will not take place in the spring. Augusta National announced on Friday, March 13 that the tournament was indefinitely postponed but made no indication on exactly when it would be rescheduled for.
A report published by ESPN.com speculated that Oct. 8-11 might eventually wind up being the rescheduled date, based on hotels in the Augusta area raising prices for that week, though nothing official has been offered by Augusta National.
The PGA Championship has also been postponed and the TOUR has already announced that it has canceled events up until the Charles Schwab Challenge on May 21.
For more information on the ever-changing sports calendar, check out our updated tracker here.