Jon Rahm wants big changes to be made at the Masters.
Jon Rahm wants big changes to be made at the Masters.

The Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) does not recognize LIV Golf because it is exclusive and has a unique format. This means that many LIV Golf players can not make their way into big events like the Masters. And Jon Rahm of LIV Golf thinks

Jon Rahm won the Masters last year, so he doesn’t have to worry about qualifying for any major events for the next five years. This is one of the reasons he chose to quit the PGA Tour in the first place. Still, he believes that all golfers should be able to earn their way into big events such as the Masters.

Read More: Jon Rahm can’t play in PGA Tour events before the LIV season starts.

Rahm told ESPN this week, “There’s got to be a fair way for everyone on whatever tour to play and compete.” “Some players need to be able to earn their way in.”

The Saudi-backed LIV Golf league had been trying to get approval from the OWGR since the league started more than two years ago. However, the league withdrew its application last month after it was turned down.

Read More: Jon Rahm has a terrible accident at the LIV Golf event, which makes the $4 million prize seem unlikely.

Because of this, LIV Golf stars will have to get into big tournaments in a way that doesn’t involve getting OWGR points from LIV events.

[ESPN]

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