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With his mother hospitalized, Kamaiu Johnson unable to make PGA Tour debut after positive Covid-19 test

But for 27-year-old golfer Kamaiu Johnson, it has turned into a nightmare few days.
The American was supposed to make his PGA Tour debut on Thursday at the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, but after testing positive for Covid-19, Johnson has been forced to withdraw.
On top of that, he took to Twitter to inform fans that his mother was hospitalized with the virus.
"This is turning into a nightmare from hell my mom has just been rush (ed) to the hospital not being able to breathe due to COVID 19. Pray for my family please," he said on Wednesday.
A few hours later, Johnson once again took to Twitter with the good news that his mother was "feeling better."
"I've been talking to my mom all day today and she's feeling better and she's (in) really good spirits. I told her she basically has the entire world praying for her and she told me to tell you guys to keep praying and thanks for all the support. "
Although he reports feeling well, Johnson expressed that he felt "disappointed" that his debut will have to wait, but is remaining positive nonetheless.
"To say that I'm disappointed would be a massive understatement. I've dreamed of playing on the PGA Tour for a long, long time, but health and safety come first," Johnson said.