Report: LIV Golf Players Face Exclusion From Majors

Report: LIV Golf Players Face Exclusion From Majors


The prize money and staggering payments used to lure players to the LIV Golf Invitational Series are undoubtedly having the desired effect, with Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed among the latest to sign up. However, according to a report in The Telegraph (opens in new tab)the trade-off may be severe, with their participation in future Majors in jeopardy.

Within minutes of the first event at London’s Centurion Club getting under way, the PGA Tour announced its members taking part would be suspended. That number stands at 17 and will increase after the second event in Portland, Oregon, beginning on 30 June. However, the ongoing issue of Official World Golf Ranking Points (OWGR) is also likely to count against players where it comes to Majors.

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