Comment se fait-il que les joueurs de LIV Golf puissent participer au Masters ?

How come LIV Golf players can compete in the Masters?

Brooks Koepka Leads at the Masters Despite Controversial Departure from PGA Tour

Brooks Koepka has taken the lead at the Masters, but his participation in the tournament has sparked controversy due to his departure from the PGA Tour for the LIV Golf series. Koepka is one of several notable professional golfers who have joined the upstart league sponsored by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, which offers larger purses and unique tournaments. However, the PGA Tour suspends any player who joins the new series, leading to questions about why Koepka is allowed to compete in golf’s most prestigious tournament.

PGA Tour vs. LIV Golf: Tension Continues

The ongoing tension between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf has been a focus of this week’s press conferences at the Masters. While LIV Golfers like Koepka can still compete in golf’s four majors, their participation is not drama-free. The PGA Tour has suspended players who have joined the new series, including Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson, and Phil Mickelson. However, the organizing bodies that stage the majors can set their own entry rules, allowing LIV Golfers to participate.

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Despite the controversy, Koepka’s performance at the Masters has been impressive, with a three-stroke lead prior to a rain delay on Friday. The questions about his participation in the tournament are unlikely to stop, but LIV golfer Garcia has urged reporters to focus on the Masters rather than the ongoing tension between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf.

As golf fans continue to debate the merits of the LIV Golf series and its impact on the sport, it remains to be seen how the PGA Tour will respond to the growing competition.

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