If the suspension does come to pass, then the tournament will remain in "odd" years, meaning Adare Manor will have the honour of marking the 100th anniversary of the Ryder Cup in 2027.
Padraig Harrington is due to lead Europe in their defence of the famous trophy at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin from September 25-27.
The move also would have a permanent effect on the Ryder Cup schedule, per the Guardian, with the biennial matches moved to odd-numbered years moving forward.
The PGA of America say they, "will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments and work in concert with the state of California and San Francisco city and county public health authorities and the Centres for Disease Control & Prevention through Championship Week". "The safety and well-being of all is our highest priority".
Team Europe star Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland said in late May, "I think the majority of players would like to see it pushed back until 2021 so that they can play in front of crowds and have the atmosphere that makes the Ryder Cup so special".
"With all the various changes to the 2020 schedule, it quickly became apparent that we would need to amend our selection criteria", said Stricker.
"We agreed that a smaller sampling of 2020 events - including just one major (US PGA Championship) - would justify a one-week extension of the qualification window and an increase in the number of captain's selections from four to six".
The UK newspaper said the Ryder Cup announcement is expected next week, with the biennial clash between the United States and Europe now scheduled for September 25-27.
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