In January 2017, Jay Monahan became the commissioner of the PGA Tour after holding several different positions within the organization. Most notably, he ran the Players Championship after moving to Florida in 2008.
Since taking over, he’s dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, the emergence of the LIV Golf League and a total restructure of the Tour schedule.
More recently, Monahan was forced to step back after a medical emergency. He was scheduled to return to work on July 17.
As Monahan comes back to the job, we look back on his entire career as PGA Tour Commissioner, and every roadblock he’s been forced to deal with along the way.