Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Professional golfer Ernie Els helped a New Jersey country club serve first responders at a local hospital during their fight against the coronavirus.“It was a great initiative,” Els told “Fox & Friends” on Friday, explaining that the movement is spreading nationally.“It’s a great cause. We want to help the people on the front line. Please, all the clubs around the country, find a way to get in,” said Els, a South Africa native who has won four major golf titles in his career.The initiative started at Spring Brook Country Club in Morris Township, where workers collected bottled water and Gatorade to donate to the nearby Morristown Medical Center.SCIENTISTS OFFER HOPEFUL NEWS ON COVID-19 VACCINE BASED ON VIRUS’ MUTATION RATEBachman said that immediately after his conversation with “Fox & Friends” last week, Els reached out to see how to get involved in bringing clubs across together “in the mission to support first responders in the local community.”CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS MAP“In the last 11 days, we created a national charitable organization called Clubs Help. Clubs help bring the Country Club and or key person together with a key person

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