The opportunity to use caddies in the 2020 championship is to be determined. Currently, Rule 10.3a has been modified due to COVID-19: a player is not allowed to use a caddie during the round.
If a modification to this rule is provided, and caddies are allowed, this will only allow caddies as long as they are not participants in the tournament, adult relatives, professional caddies or golf professionals. This is inclusive of all PGA professionals, and any person who is a regular employee of a golf course. For example, staff that may work in a golf pro shop or bag room. Employees that are part-time summer help only that work in a bag room are allowed to caddie for players in the championship. Failure to comply may result in disqualification of a player in the tournament.Exceptions: siblings and cousins that are 21 years old and younger and not participating in the championship may caddy for a player.
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2020 #STLGOLFJR WINNERS
Two Honorary Observer spots, one girl and one boy, to attend the Ascension Charity Classic on Friday, October 2, will be awarded to the 2020 Boys and Girls Champions of the St. Louis Junior Invitational.
The Honorary Observers will receive a special “inside-the-ropes” credential, will be announced on the first tee with the playing group, and will received a signed photo of them with their professional group.
It will be a one of kind experience for two of our players to have an up-close view of each golf shot and experience the excitement of being right there with some of the best players in PGA history.