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The PGA Tour has scrapped its contract to hold annual golf tournaments at a resort owned by billionaire West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice after turnout lagged and federal prosecutors eyed the lavish retreat.
The Greenbrier resort issued a statement Thursday saying it came to an agreement with the Tour to cancel this year's tournament because of the coronavirus pandemic and to cancel future golf contests that were scheduled at the resort through 2026.
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The yearly tournament, A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, has struggled to draw fanfare after moving from summer to fall. Last year, attendance dragged as the matches went up against college football home games, even as one of Justice's family mining companies bought 30,000 tickets to give away to fans.