'Rattled': PGA Tour stars look back at the day The Players Championship was shut down

As a monstrous virus named COVID-19 was spreading across the globe, the PGA Tour joined all professional sports leagues in going dark.

As players cleaned out their lockers that bright, silent morning and headed home, they toted extra baggage of unknown with them.

The Tour’s flagship event – or Super Bowl as commissioner Jay Monahan calls it – was canceled after one round and the season put on hold.

Amidst all the safety measures – testing, tracing, social distancing, the shunning of indoor dining – the players rallied around one common goal – do what we have to do to keep playing.

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