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LIV golf players go to Asia for ranking points

LIV League players sponsored by Saudi Arabia's PIF are expected to pay keen attention to Asia. They are now focusing on Asia tour, where they can earn ranking points to secure berths for major competitions and Olympics.

The International Series (total prize money of $2 million, 2.6 billion won) will be held in Oman on the 22nd. It is a competition co-hosted by LIV and the Asian Tour.

Twenty-one players from the LIV League will reportedly participate in the event. Lucas Herbert (80th), Joaquin Niemann (81st), and Dean Bermister (95th) will participate in the event.

One of the reasons they have turned their attention to Asia is the Masters and the Olympics, major golf competitions. To participate in the Masters, which starts in April, they must be ranked within the top 50 in the world. World ranking players play a big role in other major competitions and Olympics.

However, players who participate in LIV-hosted competitions do not receive ranking points. Patrick Reed, Bryson DeChambeau, and Dustin Johnson, who recorded great records in the PGA, fell to the top 100 and 200 in the world rankings.

Because of this, LIV players are showing interest in the Asian tour. Although the prize money is small, you can receive ranking points.
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Monday, February 19, 2024
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