‘LIV members’ DeChambeau and Koepka “US Open confirmed”
Players who joined LIV Golf will compete in the US Open.
On the 9th (local time), the United States Golf Association (USGA) announced the qualifications for this year’s US Open, which are slightly different from last year. There was nothing to exclude players from joining Saudi Arabia-funded LIV Golf.
Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson (US), Martin Kaymer (Germany), 2021 PGA Championship winner Phil Mickelson (USA), last year’s Open Champion Cameron Smith (Australia), last year’s US Professional Golf (PGA) Seven LIV golf players, including Tour Championship participant Joaquin Niemann (Chile), can compete at the US Open this year.
The USGA has added four new qualifications to participate in the tournament. The winner of the Latin American Amateur Championship, the National Collegiate Sports (NCAA) individual champion, the 2022 PGA Korn Ferry (Part 2) Tour point winner, and the top five players in the PGA Tour FedEx Cup rankings as of May 22. 스포츠토토
Two more spots for amateur players have been added. He also cared for college students. In addition, cooperation with the PGA Tour has been further strengthened. Mateo Oliveira (Argentina), who won the Latin American Amateur Championship last year, and Justin Seo, a Korean-American who won last year’s Conferri Tour prize money, were the first beneficiaries.
This year’s US Open (total prize money of 15 million dollars) will be held at the Country Club (par 70, 7,136 yards) in Los Angeles, California, USA for four days on June 15th. Last year’s winner was Matthew Fitzpatrick (England).