Garcia, who plays LIV golf, participates in US Open qualifiers

Four players from LIV Golf, including 2017 Masters Champion Sergio Garcia (Spain), have decided to compete in the US Open in June.

10,187 people submitted applications for the US Open qualifiers that ended on the 19th (Korean time), including four LIV golf players: Garcia, Matthew Wolf, Harold Varner III (Above USA), and Mark Leishman (Australia) AP said.

They do not qualify for exemption from qualifying separately, so they must pass the qualifying round to go to the US Open, which opens on June 15th.

The US Open gives players within the 60th place in the world ranking as of May 22nd the right to participate, but they chose to participate in the preliminaries because there is little chance of entering the 60th place by then.

It’s not uncommon for famous players to compete in US Open qualifiers.

This year, four former US Open winners, Jeff Ogilvy (Australia), Webb Simpson, Lucas Glover (above USA), and Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland), will compete in the preliminary round.

The US Open gives the winner a 10-year berth, but the automatic qualifier has expired.

Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka,먹튀검증 Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed (Above USA), Cameron Smith (Australia), etc. can win the US Open within 10 years, win another major tournament within 5 years, or participate in the US Open by world ranking.

However, Bubba Watson, Charles Howell III (above USA), Louis Oosthuizen, Charles Schwartzl (above South Africa), Lee Westwood, and Paul Casey (England) did not qualify for the US Open even though they did not qualify for the US Open, so at this year’s US Open It was difficult to watch the game.

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