LIV Golf Players petition to head of world golf rankings in letter

Players competing in LIV Golf Invitational Series events have sent a letter to the Official World Golf Ranking Head in search of points to be issued retroactively.

The letter was sent to Peter Dawson, former CEO of R&A, who now chairs the OWGR board of directors which includes PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan and DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley.

“Your supervision has ensured golf’s official world rankings status as one of the sport’s most respected institutions,” reads the letter, signed by all 48 players who participated in last week’s LIV Chicago event, as well as future player Bubba Watson. and reserves. “As ranked athletes, we rely on OWGR not only to qualify for the most important events, including major events and the Olympics, but to tell us where we stand among our peers.

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