PGA Championship moved from Trump National Golf Club Bedminster
Next year's PGA Championship won't take place at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster.
The course in New Jersey had been due to host the major, but tour organisers have voted to move it - saying using the facility would be "detrimental to the brand".
The decision comes less than a week after supporters of the US President - who owns the course - stormed the US Capitol.
The Trump Organisation say they're "incredibly disappointed", claiming it's a breach of a binding contract.
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