Bryson DeChambeau took a renewed aim at golf's world rankings before the LIV Golf League event in Singapore as he insisted that he doesn't miss playing on the PGA Tour.
DeChambeau stood alongside Bubba Watson to answer a few questions from the media on Tuesday before his Crushers tee it up at Sentosa Golf Club this weekend.
The rival league is still without OWGR-accreditation and it's still something that is causing consternation among the LIV Golf ranks.
Phil Mickelson? He reckons world rankings are no longer a credible way of selecting fields for golf's four major championships.
DeChambeau, who is currently the World No. 178 having previously occupied a position inside the top-10 less than two years ago, reckons a resolution needs to be made before they become 'obsolete'.
When asked if he missed the PGA Tour, DeChambeau simply said: 'No'.
But he explained there are certain tournaments that he really likes playing, such as the Memorial at Jack's place.
"Milkshakes were unbelievable," he said. "That's their undoing, not ours."
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