PGA Tour American Express in La Quinta, California 21-24 January 2021
From The First Look:
The PGA TOUR returns to the U.S. mainland for The American Express in La Quinta, California. This year’s edition will have a different look – only two courses will be used, and amateurs will not play alongside the pros – but a strong field has assembled, highlighted by Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed, Patrick Cantlay and tournament host Phil Mickelson. Andrew Landry is your defending champion.
The pro-am portion of the tournament has been eliminated for the first time in its history due to COVID-19 health and safety precautions. The cut will go from the typical 54 holes to 36. The only other time there was not a pro-am was in the second round of 2010, when amateur play was suspended due to weather. It’s set to return in 2022… [From Storylines]
LAST TIME: Landry fended off a hard-charging Abraham Ancer to notch his second PGA TOUR title. Ancer, fresh off his Presidents Cup appearance in 2019, fired a Sunday 63 (tied for the round of the day) which included going 3 under for his final five holes.
Full article with all the info at PGA Tour site on The First Look