Golf Legend Jack Nicklaus and his Wife Tested Positive for Coronavirus in March, Recovered

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ABOVE VIDEO: Jack Nicklaus talks about he and his wife Barbara testing positive for COVID-19 in March and their recovery. (PGA TOUR Video)

(FOX NEWS) – Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus revealed Sunday that he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus back in March when the pandemic first swept across the United States.

Nicklaus, who made the revelation during the CBS telecast of the Memorial Tournament, said his wife showed no COVID-19 symptoms, but he had had a sore throat and a cough. He also said that they were home in North Palm Beach, Florida, from March 13 “until we were done with it” on about April 20.

“It didn’t last very long, and we were very, very fortunate, very lucky,” Nicklaus said. “Barbara and I are both of the age, both of us 80 years old, that is an at-risk age. Our hearts go out to the people who did lose their lives and their families. We were just a couple of the lucky ones.”

This past Tuesday, Nicklaus said he would shake hands with whoever wins the Memorial Tournament, a tradition he created.

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