Seven LIV golf players will participate in this year’s US Open.
On the 10th (Korean time), the United States Golf Association (USGA) announced the qualifications for this year’s US Open, which are slightly different from last year.
4 qualifications were added. The winner of the Latin American Amateur Championship, the National Collegiate Sports (NCAA) individual champion, and the 2022 American Professional Golf (PGA) Corn Ferry Tour point No.
Two more spots for amateur players have been added. He also cared for college students. In addition, it gave a clear signal that the cooperation with the PGA Tour will be further strengthened.
Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira (Argentina), who won last year’s Latin American Amateur Championship, and Justin Suh (USA), a Korean-American who won last year’s Conferri Tour prize money, were the first beneficiaries. 안전놀이터
There was no change in eligibility to exclude players who joined LIV Golf. Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson (USA), Martin Kaymer (Germany) and 2021 PGA Championship winner Phil Mickelson (USA), last year’s Open Champion Cameron Smith (Australia), last year’s Tour Seven LIV golfers, including championship player Joaquin Niemann (Chile), are eligible to compete in the US Open this year.
However, other than these 7 players, LIV golf players who will participate in the US Open are limited. To qualify for the US Open, a LIV golf player must win the Masters in April or the PGA Championship in May, or be in the top 60 in the world rankings on May 22 or June 12.
As of the 10th, LIV golf players who have been ranked around the 60th place in the world rankings are Taylor Guchi (43rd), Harold Varner III (51st), Jason Cocrack (56th), Patrick Reed (61st), and Kevin Na (USA) (63rd).
Their world rankings are likely to decline as time goes on. This is because world ranking points are not awarded for LIV golf tournaments.
This year’s US Open will be held at the Los Angeles Country Club on June 15.