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Golf’s 11-day offseason is over, so it’s time to look back on the longest season ever and ahead to what comes next (www.espn.com)

Golf’s 11-day offseason is over, so it’s time to look back on the longest season ever and ahead to what comes next

Golf never really ends, it just takes a brief break. This year, it’s a grand total of one week. The actual number of days between PGA Tour events will be 11.

Before the 2021-22 seasons begins on Thursday in Northern California, a look back at the 2020-21 “super season” that saw 50 official events and six major championships played in roughly a 12-month period, and a look ahead to what’s coming now that the 11-day break between seasons is over.

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