LIV Golf’s Bryson DeChambeau Reacts to Augusta National’s Decision for 2023 Masters

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When the Masters announced that eligible LIV Golf members would be allowed to compete in the 2023 tournament, the golf world reacted passionately. That included the players themselves. 

Bryson DeChambeau, who defected from the PGA Tour to join the Saudi-backed league in June, weighed in on the highly anticipated decision. The 29-year-old expressed his excitement regarding the announcement to Golf Channel’s Todd Lewis.

“As long as you meet the criteria established by the tournament committee, you should be eligible to play. I believe they made the right decision. This Masters will be one of the most exciting Masters in many years,” said DeChambeau.

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