Lee Westwood caught the headlines earlier in the week as he blasted Golf Digest for describing the 151st Open as 'a dud'.
Not only that, he also had a few things to say about the DP World Tour's schedule given we are rapidly approaching the 2023 Ryder Cup.
"There are six weeks left in the race to make the Europe team, but only three events on the DP World Tour," Westwood wrote in a Telegraph Sport column.
There will not be another event until the tour heads to Northern Ireland for the ISPS Handa World Invitational which will be played over 17-20 August.
Well, the break was reportedly requested by tour members.
Steve Todd, the deputy communications director of the DP World Tour, has clarified to Golfshake:
There have been some interesting developments of late with a number of players staking their claims to European Ryder Cup skipper Luke Donald.
Robert MacIntyre did himself a few favours with his second place finish at the Scottish Open before teeing it up at Royal Liverpool.
His Ryder Cup dream looks set to become a reality in September. Elsewhere, Donald will be keeping a close eye on German Yannik Paul, Poland's Adrian Meronk and Austria's Sepp Straka given their recent performances too.
Donald will also have to think about Victor Perez, Rasmus Hojgaard and Adrian Otaegui.
Over on the US side, vice captain Fred Couples has revealed the three players who can definitely pack their bags.
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