LIV Golf would be ‘extremely excited’ by a Masters winner – DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau has admitted LIV Golf would be ‘extremely excited’ if one of their players won the Masters.

There are 13 players from the breakaway Saudi-backed circuit teeing it up this week at Augusta National, including several past champions.

And DeChambeau, who is playing in his eighth Masters, is hoping he could be the one wearing the Green Jacket on Sunday.

“I think if a LIV player were to win, including myself, I think we’d all be extremely excited and happy for whoever that individual is,” said DeChambeau.

“I’m not so sure for the other side, but that’s for them to make up their own emotional state I guess you could say.”

But does the 2020 U.S. Open winner ever see himself ever plying his trade back on the PGA Tour?

“I would love to continue to showcase my skill set around the world in different places,” continued the American. “Whether it be Shriners or the Arnold Palmer, Mr. Nicklaus’ event, TPC Las Vegas. I’d love to play those events. They’ve been great to me.

“I’d love to play Tiger’s event; put on a fantastic event in a good community and around some great people. That’s what I look forward to hopefully being able to do down the road.

“Do I want to play a full schedule? You know what, I don’t know. We’ll see how things shake out. I don’t know what the future is going to look like, and I’m not here to decide that.

“But would I like to play a few? Sure, ones that I truly enjoyed and had a lot of friends with and helped impact the community in a positive way, absolutely.”

The Masters gets underway this week on April 11, 2024.

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