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Horsfield latest to withdraw from US Open with positive test



MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — Sam Horsfield of England is the second player in as many days to withdraw from the U.S. Open because of a positive result from a coronavirus test. Horsfield had a negative result Thursday from a pre-travel test. Upon landing in New York, he tested positive without having symptoms. Scottie Scheffler withdrew Sunday after a positive coronavirus test. He also was asymptomatic. Horsfield spent two years playing college golf for the Florida Gators. He won two European Tour events in a span of three weeks to earn an exemption to Winged Foot. Horsfield was replaced by Rory Sabbatini.

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