Dustin Johnson has become the latest pro to offer his thoughts on how the LIV Golf League players will approach this year's past champions' dinner at the Masters.
Jon Rahm initially set this discussion off when news filtered through that Augusta National was not banning the LIV Golf League players from the first major of 2023.
The Spanish World No.3 was posited a question in January about what he was most curious about heading into 2023.
"I keep thinking about it because I wish I could be there and just be able to see how things work out," Rahm said of the dinner before winning the first elevated event of 2023 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
"Too bad the U.S. Open doesn't have one of those."
Other players have also offered their thoughts.
Phil Mickelson, who has this week taken a fresh dig at Tiger Woods, has said there will be no animosity on his part.
Reigning Masters champion Scottie Scheffler joked he'd planned a separate table for two-time green jacket winner Bubba Watson.
Watson, 44, who appears to have re-named his LIV Golf League team, had a pretty funny take about Scheffler's comments.
Now Johnson, speaking to the media after being forced to withdraw from the Saudi International with a back injury, has insisted that he has a "great" relationship with his fellow Masters champions.
Johnson told the media:
Dustin Johnson's wife Paulina Gretzky at the 86th Masters
So what about the tension, DJ?
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