It was a welcome sight. We don't want them having to wear masks and be doing what we've been doing for the last number of months.
Where: Seminole Golf Club, Juno Beach, Fla.
That was 66 days ago.
Next is an exhibition match on May 24 at Medalist, where Tiger Woods will team up with National Football League great Peyton Manning to face Phil Mickelson and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady in Champions for Charity - which will raise $10 ($A15.6m) for COVID-19 relief efforts.
The golfers all played without caddies, carrying their own bags.
McIlroy has already confirmed he will play in all three of the PGA Tour events to take place next month; the Charles Schwab Challenge on June 11, followed by the RBC Heritage (18-21 June) and the Travelers Championship (25-28 June). That includes McIlroy three years ago.
Mark Russell, the PGA Tour's vice president of rules and competition, was the only one to handle the flagstick.
The president stayed on the line for about 10 minutes.
Fowler, who made seven birdies, and Wolff made $US1.15m ($A1.8m) for the CDC Foundation. But a back-nine stretch of halved holes - Nos. If scores are tied after the 18th hole, the four players will return to the par-3 17th and play it from 125 yards out to determine the victor. It's only 120 yards but it's a tough shot.
"Matt (Wolff) hit a decent shot in. A very, very supine interview when he actually had the chance right there to go, "Rory McIlroy has disowned you". That allowed the favorites to out-earn the underdogs, $1.85 million to $1.15 million in the skins competition.
"We want to get sports back, we miss sports", Trump said.
"It's been awesome and it's nice to get back on the golf course".
At the end of the day, there were no losers among the four players - regardless of how rusty they looked at times (Johnson, in particular, looked rustiest).
McIlroy and Johnson ended up winning £1.53m to Fowler and Woolf's £951,000.
"I'm really proud to be a part of an event to entertain the people at home on a Sunday afternoon but also to raise money for people who really need it".
President Donald Trump said the return of sport would be good for the nation's "psyche" as he praised a live charity golf event on Sunday. [.] I really do think it's possible, " he said. "It's a wonderful thing to see".
The US President said things would soon be back to normal and he was exhausted of watching old tournaments.
"We were all critical at the time of Rory playing with Trump and whether he would come to regret it, and he was very, very strong last week in knowing the potential for a backlash considering who you are dealing with".
"Our normal is if you have 100,00 people in an Alabama football game or 110,000 to be specific", Trump said. That's not getting back to normal.