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Will LIV Players Have A Challenging Time At The Masters This Weekend?

The non-stop conversation in golf the past year has been the PGA Tour VS. the LIV Tour. The PGA Tour is the NFL of golf, and the LIV is the new and upcoming XFL golf tour.

The PGA Tour is still home to the greatest golfers in the world, and while LIV has some great golfers on tour, it is at a different competitive level than the PGA.

Many people are wondering if LIV golfers will be able to compete with the PGA players at the Masters this weekend since they haven’t been used to a high level of competition in a while.

Why LIV Players Will Be Fine?

If you are one of the ten people who have watched LIV, you will realize that the competition stinks and is just some big party.

However, to question if any golfer on LIV could compete with PGA golfers at the Masters is just flat-out ridiculous.

Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Cameron Smith can compete with any golfer anytime and anywhere on the planet. Even though they play on a golf tour with no competition, these guys will still be able to compete this weekend.

Koepka is one of the best golfers in majors that we have ever seen, and he can turn on his competitive level at any time. Johnson won the Masters in 2020 and was at the top and even at number one at one point in the official World Golf Ranking before joining LIV. Smith won the 2022 Open Championship and tied for third at the Masters last season.

There’s also Phil Mickelson, who won the Masters three times but is pretty much done at golfing and stealing LIV money, so he probably won’t have much impact this weekend.

Two-time champ Bubba Watson and one-time champs Charl Schwartzel, Sergio Garcia, and Patrick Reed will also compete this weekend.

It will be interesting to see how the golfing world reacts to the PGA vs. LIV players this weekend, and even though there are sides in this fight, we can all sit back and watch all the golfers compete at the best golf event in the world.



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