The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down and at this point has thrown professional sports for a loop.

The landscape has changed greatly with the four majors being knocked off their schedules.

The Open Championships became the first major to be canceled since 1945. As it stands right now, The 149th Open will be played at Royal St. George’s next year, with the 150th to be played at St. Andrews in 2022.

The three majors played in the United States have all been rescheduled to take part later this year.

Though anything is not a guarantee at this point, here is what’s on the books for the rest of the year.

The Masters, which was scheduled to be played this week, has been rescheduled for Nov. 12-15. The PGA will remain at Harding Park in San Francisco and is slated from August 6-9. The U.S. Open will stay at Winged Foot and is scheduled for September 18-21.

The timing of the U.S. Open is an interesting one as the Ryder Cup is set for the week before at Whistling Straights.

As to when the regular PGA Tour is set to start play again remains to be seen, as the changing schedules of the majors will affect the Tour schedule.