The Masters Says It Will Allow LIV Golfers to Compete in 2023
Summary by Ground NewsAugusta National Golf Club, the famous institution that hosts the Masters, said Tuesday it would allow any eligible golfers to compete—ending speculation that those who have bolted from the PGA Tour to the Saudi-backed LIV Golf could be banned.
Published 3 months ago · Augusta, United States
Masters keeps eligibility criteria, allowing LIV players to compete in 2023
Players who defected from the PGA Tour to join Saudi-funded LIV Golf are still welcome at the Masters next year, even as Augusta National officials expressed disappointment Tuesday in the division it has caused in golf.
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