Andrea Lee positive, out of U.S. Women’s Open

Andrea Lee has withdrawn from the U.S. Women’s Open after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Lee, 22, tested negative in a pre-arrival test by the USGA last week in Dallas while playing an LPGA Tour event. She traveled to Houston and tested positive, with mild symptoms.

The U.S. Women’s Open, the final golf major of the year, starts Thursday. Lee, who is eligible for next week’s CME Group Tour Championship, was replaced by Ayaka Watanabe of Japan.


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