Scottie Scheffler admits he would rather the PGA Tour just "kicked him out of the tournament" if he was playing badly rather than make him play on over the weekend to just keep sponsors happy.
Scheffler was asked in the media centre at The Players what he made of the PGA Tour's decision to remove cuts in their limited-field Designated Events in 2024.
While Scheffler explained he was 50/50 on the decision, he was leaning much more on the side of keeping cuts in play.
Scheffler, did however, admit he can see good reason for why cuts are bad.
Scheffler's views about cut marks were similar to that of DP World Tour pro Eddie Pepperell's comments last week.
The reigning Masters champion and World No.2 also spoke about his excitement to tee it up alongside World No.1 Jon Rahm and World No.3 Rory McIlroy for the opening two rounds this week.
Scheffler can return to World No.1 providing results go this way and he finishes in front of both Rahm and McIlroy.
Surprisingly, his best result at TPC Sawgrass is a tie for 55th, but he's looking to turn his fortunes around this week.
GolfMagic Editor Andy Roberts discussed the issue of removing cuts on the PGA Tour in our latest episode of the 'From The Tips' Podcast, which you can watch below.
Topics on episode nine included:
- Tiger Woods' retirement plans being laid bare by Jack Nicklaus
- Alleged cheating at the Arnold Palmer Invitational
- A preview and betting tips for The 2023 Players Championship
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