I had 2 Rahm bets and they have not been completed. I am afraid they are going to void them.
Anyone else have Rahm bets for today’s round.
this is going to open up a can of worms heading into tomorrow...CONTACT TRACING "should" end up forcing Morikawa and others to have to pull out tomorrow as well...total bs how all this was handled following 3 separate negative tests for Rahm prior to the positive result
It will only be if a person tests positive. It has nothing to do with contact tracing if they have been fully vaccinated and it has been over 2 weeks past the time of the last shot. I hope no one else tests positive but definitely something to keep an eye on not only for this tournament but even into the next tournament if players have not been vaccinated.
I don't remember where I read this so I won't state this as fact....but pretty sure Rahm got his first dose this week at the tourney. Either way not in that protocol of having it done for a certain time if getting tested still.
I copied the statement below from a Golf Digest article. If Morikawa, Cantlay or anyone else that wins tomorrow has been fully vaccinated and has been 14 days after that point since last vaccination than they do not have to get tested. Heartbreaking for Rahm...same time a protocol is in place for the golfers
(Levinson is the tour Senior Vice President of Tournament Administration)
"Levinson said that Rahm’s playing partners were being interviewed to determine if they had come in close contact with him, but, like Rahm, they are permitted to remain in the tournament, “as long as they are following our testing protocol and facility restrictions." He added that a fully vaccinated player would not have to go through the tour's testing procedures as a result of being a close contact to someone who had tested positive. The definition of a fully vaccinated player under the tour protocol, according to Levinson, is someone 14 days past the full cycle of a vaccination. "They do not have to test as a result of being a close contact," Levinson said."
He was the 10-1 favorite at Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill entering the Memorial Tournament. While under normal circumstances this would be treated by Caesars as a post-tee-off withdrawal -- meaning any bets placed on Rahm would not be refunded, since the withdrawal came after he teed off on Thursday -- the sportsbook said in a tweet Saturday night that it would count all tournament bets on Rahm as winners.
First. What corona virus did Rahm test positive for and how m any cycles did they use during the test?
Rahm is more likely to be struck by lightning than catch covid. He is young and gets plenty of vitamin d.
Cantley should never have accepted the trophy. The following is easy for me to say. I would have done the following.
Cantley should have said this trophy belongs to Jon Rahm. I will have it fixed and give it to Jon when it is ready. Also.
I would like to donate half my winnings to the Nationwide Children's Hospital in the name of Jon Rahm.
I am no longer a fan of Patrick Cantley.