Corona 19 vaccine non-vaccination grant, unable to enter the United States, does not participate in the International Crown

Lynn Maria Grant (Sweden), ranked 23rd in women’s golf, was unable to compete in the Chevron Championship and the International Crown, a major competition held in the United States due to non-vaccination against Corona 19.

Golf Week, an American golf media, reported on the 17th that “Grant was unable to participate in major tournaments held in the United States due to entry restrictions in accordance with the US government’s Corona 19 quarantine policy토스카지노.” The US government extended the entry restriction policy for foreign travelers who have not completed the Corona 19 vaccination in January until May 11th.

As a result, Grant will miss her season’s first major, the Chevron Championships in Texas this week, and the International Crown, an LPGA Tour-sponsored national event, in California, the first week of May. The highest-ranked Swedish player, Grant, qualified for the International Crown along with Maya Stark (#26), Madeleine Sakstrom (#28) and Anna Nordqvist (#35), but was unable to enter the United States and lost to Caroline Hedwall. (ranked 117).

Grant passed the US Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour Qualifying Series at the end of 2021 to qualify for full membership, but failed to compete in the US tournament last year, the first year of her debut, and only participated in six tournaments in France, England, Korea and Japan. did.

Last year, while simultaneously participating in the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET), Grant won 4 wins in the season and won prize money and rookie of the year. This year, LET tournaments were held in Morocco and Saudi Arabia, and after participating in the LPGA tour held in Thailand and Singapore, taking advantage of the time when the LET tournament was not held, the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour season opening Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open (tied for 36th place) and Mediheal He participated in the Hankook Ilbo Championship (tied for 18th place) and drew attention.

Golf Week predicted that if the United States’ Corona 19 quarantine policy, which expires next month, is not extended, Grant will be able to compete starting from the Bank of Hope LPGA match play to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, from May 24.

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