The European Tour announced Wednesday it had been freezing the eligibility procedure for the Ryder Cup before the start of the next year following the games were postponed till 2021.
Points earned so far will still depend, however, also the European and World Points lists will restart Jan. 1.
In a declaration, the excursion stated a couple of points multipliers might be released throughout the course of this 2021 year to”ensure that powerful performance nearer to the game at September 2021 is given additional significance.”
Rather than restarting the things system before the start of 2021, the European group will not formally count outcomes in 3 majors this season.
The Ryder Cup on Wednesday was formally postponed a calendar year before Sept. 24-26, 2021. In the event the games were not postponed, the European group faced with the unenviable job of fielding a group by means of a pandemic.
The European Tour has been closed down as early March and resumes this week together with the Open.
European captain Padraig Harrington will maintain three captain’s selections for 2021.
“The 2020 year has been heavily affected, and might have been further affected, with quite a few COVID-19 related problems concerning traveling constraints, quarantine regulations, and personal privacy worries,” Harrington said in a declaration.
“I believe gamers shouldn’t feel under pressure to perform and thus the things tables shouldn’t employ from today until the close of the year by a program which may affect further.
“But, while that’s the scenario, noteworthy performances will nevertheless very much depend on my concerns for selections as I manage a keen interest in the kind of all potential Ryder Cup team members at championships on each side of the Atlantic.”
PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh explained that a last conclusion about the U.S. Ryder Cup qualifying procedure would likely be announced in the forthcoming weeks. Before this postponement,”
American captain Steve Stricker reported he had been increasing his amount of wildcard selections, from four to six.