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Houston Open to allow limited number of golf spectators

HOUSTON (AP) — Fans are slowly returning to the PGA Tour. The Bermuda Championship that starts Oct. 29 has been approved for limited spectators. The first domestic event to allow fans will be the Houston Open on Nov. 5-8. The tour says 2,000 daily tickets will go on sale next week at the tournament's website. The cost if $79 for the opening round and $109 for the final three rounds. The tour has not had fans since golf shut down on March 13 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The big event of the fall is the Masters. It will not have fans.

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