Where do we even begin with LIV Golf and the debate around world rankings?
At this point the topic is undoubtedly more tiresome than getting to the first tee and slicing your brand new golf ball out of bounds.
It seems hard to believe we are coming up to the one-year anniversary of the breakaway tour led by Greg Norman submitting their application to the Official World Golf Ranking.
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We have no idea the status of that application because the governing body conveniently won't discuss what's happening.
OWGR chairman Peter Dawson would only confirm the application was lodged and is pending.
Since then, we have seen some remarkable things happen.
LIV Golf linked up with the little-known MENA Tour in an attempt to essentially pull a fast one as their players plummeted down the world rankings at an alarming pace.
DeChambeau reckons the system is fast becoming 'obsolete' whereas Mickelson - who has been extremely active on social media in recent weeks - got involved in a fiery exchange with a fellow tour pro about the topic.
Perhaps the most recent update we have from this process came last week from a report by SI's Alex Miceli.
Miceli quoted USGA boss Mike Whan - who sits on the OWGR board - as saying that the process won't be 'rushed' and they are still figuring it all out.
LIV fans might suggest the delay is deliberate.
But according to Alan Shipnuck of The FirePit, the 'primary issue' relates to the fact that LIV doesn't meet the average field size of 75.
LIV Golf are set to play their next event in Tulsa over 12-14 May.
Whatever happens, one thing is abundantly clear about this: the OWGR debate won't be settled for quite some time, if ever.