On Tuesday Cameron champion test report a positive test for the coronavirus when he arrived for Travelers Championship, becoming the 2nd PGA Tour player in 5 days to conduct a positive test.
Nick Watney also got positive on Friday at RBC Heritage in South Carolina last week.
The Champions finished 14th at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas. He did not play in Harbor Town last week and tested when he arrived at TPC River Highlands.
He withdrew the name from the tournament and they must self- isolate in the house for at least 10 days. He may cease his self-isolation after 10 days and they provided he has no found any symptoms or has two negative test results within 24 hours or more.
“I am feeling very good physically and I am shocked and disappointed to know about the test result,” Champion said in a tour statement. “It is now important to take the necessary steps and measures to protect others, including my loved ones.”
The PGA tournament is expected to release the full test results on Wednesday after the pre-test.
A Charter flight players from Hilton Head were given a saliva test on Saturday before boarding the plane. Others traveling for the Travelers Championship, such as the champ, were to undergo a nose swab test.
The PGA Tour had 11 people tracing for tests with contacts who may come in close contact with Watney, who played the first round of RBC Heritage and was preparing to warm-up when he was reporting positive test results. There were two trials of 11 people, and all results were negative.