The LPGA has cancelled Tour qualifying "Q-schools" this year because of the coronavirus pandemic with most players retaining their status for the 2021 season.
The elite women's golf circuit also scrubbed the Meijer LPGA Classic in Michigan from the schedule.
The Tour, which was suspended in late February after the Australian Open, plans to return on July 23 with the opening round of the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio.
Commissioner Mike Whan said the decision to retain the same playing roster, with a few exceptions for players returning from medical exemptions or earning cards from tournament wins, was simply a matter of fairness.
"We really felt that the right thing to do was make sure that while COVID-19 is going to affect 2020 for everybody, it shouldn't affect your career," he said.
“We really felt that the right thing to do was make sure that while COVID-19 is going to affect 2020 for everybody, it shouldn't affect your career.” – Mike Whan
"And you shouldn't find yourself back trying to play your way onto a Tour when you probably didn't get a chance to play your way on or off a Tour in the first place."
There will be no qualifying for any of the remaining 20 tournaments this year, with the fields to be decided the week before the event.
The Meijer LPGA Classic had already been postponed from June to October 1-4 and will be replaced in the amended schedule by the LPGA Classic in New Jersey, which was originally slated for May 29-31.