Participating in the LIV golf major is getting easier… Monaghan resigns from the World Ranking Jury

The LIV golf series, supported by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, is likely to receive world ranking points.

ESPN, an American sports media outlet, reported on the 25th that “PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan and DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelli have decided to drop out of the Men’s Golf World Ranking Committee review.” 헤라카지노도메인

According to reports, in December of last year, Commissioner Monahan and CEO Pelli decided to voluntarily withdraw from the world ranking point-related screening for the forthcoming LIV series. The World Ranking Committee screening is conducted by representatives of the world’s two major tours, the PGA Tour and the DP World Tour, as well as the four major tournaments.

The LIV golf series, which was launched last year, failed to give world ranking points on its own, causing the world rankings of its players to drop. As a result, it was a concern that the chances of participating players in major tournaments were reduced.

I asked the World Ranking Committee to ‘give me ranking points’, but it was not carried out. This is because among the judges, Commissioner Monahan, who has a sharp conflict with the LIV series, was included.

However, as Commissioner Monaghan and CEO Pelli decided to withdraw themselves from the screening, the possibility of the LIV series receiving world ranking points increased slightly. Unlike the PGA Tour, the four major tournaments (Masters, PGA Championship, US Open, and The Open) do not ban LIV players from participating.

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