Will no spectators affect players at Congressional?
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jun 30, 2012 1:18 PM ET
After severe storms ripped through the Washington D.C. area on Friday night, causing damage to Congressional CC, the PGA Tour decided that play will continue - but for safety reasons, no fans will be allowed on the course Saturday at the AT&T National. So ...
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