BREAKING NEWS :8 LIV Golf stars have dropped out of The Masters field as sport’s civil war rages on, full information 👇 👇

BREAKING NEWS :8 LIV Golf stars have dropped out of The Masters field as sport’s civil war rages on, full information 👇 👇

Breaking; 8 LIV Golf stars have dropped out of The Masters field as sport’s civil war rages on

Breaking; 8 LIV Golf stars have dropped out of The Masters field as sport’s civil war rages on

 Golf

At Augusta National, the first major event of 2024 – The Masters – unites professional golfers from LIV Golf and PGA Tour. However, compared to its earlier size, the contingent representing LIV is now reduced.

Compared to the previous edition, there has been a significant decrease in the number of LIV Golf players participating in this year’s Masters field.

Out of the group of 88 golfers waiting to play at Augusta, only a mere 13 belong to the league. This figure has decreased from last year’s tally of 21 players- even with newcomers such as Adrian Meronk and reigning champions Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton making their debuts.

Bubba Watson, Charl Schwartzel, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia, like Rahm, are all in thanks to their lifetime exemption as former winners. Meanwhile, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau and Cameron Smith benefit from being recent major winners. Hatton, Meronk and Joaquin Niemann also profit from their past play, but that leaves eight on the outside looking in.

The LIV Golf stars who are sitting out this week’s Augusta tournament have been listed by Sport Base.

Abraham Ancer

Despite emerging as the victor of LIV Golf’s Hong Kong event, Ancer won’t be making a return to Augusta this year. This puts an end to his consecutive four-participation streak. Despite participating in all four majors back in 2023, the erstwhile world number 11 is currently ineligible for any events this year due to lack of exemption.

Harold Varner III

Despite securing his first LIVGolfwin in Washington DC last May, Varner will not be competing at this year’s Masters tournament – even though he had placed within the top 30 during his past two appearances.

Jason Kokrak

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