The International Golf Federation (IGF) has announced plans to host the organisation's biennial meeting virtually on October 20.
Bryson DeChambeau won his first major title as he triumphed by six shots at the US Open at Winged Foot in New York.
American Matthew Wolff leads the US Open by two shots, after shooting a five-under-par 65 at Winged Foot Golf Club in New York State.
American Patrick Reed birdied the last hole to move above compatriot Bryson DeChambeau and into the lead after a gruelling second round at the US Open.
World number one Dustin Johnson is a man in form ahead of the US Open and will start the second men's major of the year as the favourite, having won three times on the PGA Tour since it resumed.
The Invictus Games Foundation has received £50,000 ($38,700/€54,300) from the European Tour's Golf for Good charity, which is supported by the Foundation's long-term partner ISPS Handa.
Two more withdrawals have been announced for golf's US Open after England's Sam Horsfield and the United States' Scottie Scheffler both tested positive for COVID-19.
South Korea's Mirim Lee secured her first major title after winning a three-way play-off on a dramatic final day of the ANA Inspiration.
American Nelly Korda and Canadian Brooke Henderson share the lead on 12-under-par heading into the final day of the ANA Inspiration tomorrow.
American four-time major winner Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from the upcoming US Open due to injury.
South Korean world number four golfer Park Sung-hyun has said she is "more nervous than excited" to make her return to the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour when she competes at the ANA Inspiration tournament - her first since the suspension of play.
Defending champion and world number one Ko Jin-young has chosen not to defend her ANA Inspiration title, with the tournament scheduled to begin on Thursday (September 10).
The World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in Shanghai has been cancelled because of a Chinese Government ban on international events taking place in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic.
World number 304 Sophia Popov maintained her overnight lead to record a fairytale win at the AIG Women's Open by two shots at Royal Troon in Scotland.
Sweden's Dani Holmqvist leads the Women's British Open by one shot at the halfway stage of the event on the Old Course at Royal Troon.