Bryson DeChambeau is adamant the Top 12 players on the LIV Golf points list this season should automatically qualify for all four major championships in 2024.
That decision was revealed by OWGR chairman Peter Dawson earlier this week, who said in a letter penned to LIV Golf:
The OWGR's decision will effectively mean the majority of players on LIV Golf, with the exception of those that have recently won major championships such as DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Cameron Smith and Dustin Johnson, will all miss out on future major tournaments.
LIV Golf players will only be able to earn OWGR points via the majors as well as in Asian Tour and PGA of Australia events.
All LIV Golf players remain suspended by the PGA Tour, and it remains to be seen whether those players who tore up their DP World Tour cards this season will be allowed back on the former European Tour circuit.
Speaking to Flushing It after learning LIV Golf's OWGR snub, DeChambeau said:
The former US Open champion then explained ahead of this week's LIV Golf Jeddah how he and his peers intend to continue to "grow the game in places like Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Australia."
Six-time PGA Tour winner Hunter Mahan responded with an "oh sure, sure" meme.
Mahan also hit back at DeChambeau's Top 12 LIV Golf claim for major eligibility:
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