USGA boss can see LIV players having harder path to US Open

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LIV Golf star Phil Mickelson, left, congratulates US PGA Tour star Jon Rahm after a US Open practice round eagle, a scene that could become rare as US Golf Association chief executive Mike Whan says he can see LIV players have a harder time getting into future majors

US Golf Association chief executive Mike Whan said Wednesday he could foresee Saudi-backed LIV Golf players having a harder time getting into future US Opens, but nothing has been decided.

In justifying not banning LIV Golf players, Whan noted 30 PGA players were allowed to compete at an DP World Tour event with the same Saudi backers earlier this year.

Originally published as USGA boss can see LIV players having harder path to US Open


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