The Nationwide Tour’s Mexico Open is scheduled to be played May 21-24 at El Bosque Golf Club, but officials said Monday they are monitoring the situation closely.
“We haven’t made a decision but we are concerned by what we have been seeing and reading,” said Bill Calfee, president of the Nationwide Tour. “Right now we’re planning to play the event as scheduled, but that could change.”
Nationwide officials sent an e-mail to players on Monday to update the situation and plan to make a decision by early next week whether to play the event. Calfee said the tournament would probably be rescheduled for later in the season if the situation worsens.