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Masters Legends Sound Off on PGA Tour/LIV War

With few exceptions, the PGA Tour/LIV Golf conflict is on hold—at least publicly—during the Masters this week. But after Sunday’s final round, each side will once again go their separate ways, which means the world’s top players won’t see each other again until the highly anticipated PGA Championship next month at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, KY.

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Fred Couples Still Doesn’t Understand LIV Golf

While some of the more vocal anti-LIV Golf players on the PGA Tour have softened on their beliefs – at least publicly – Fred Couples, with his unique perspective, remains defiant. Golf’s King of Cool still doesn’t see the need for the upstart league’s existence.

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Masters Chairman Ridley Doesn’t Want 8,000 Yards

Masters Chairman Fred Ridley said today reiterated Augusta National Golf Club’s support of the USGA and R&A’s decision to roll back the golf ball beginning in 2028. ANGC’s support, however, appears to be a bit self-serving, as Ridley said he hopes the Masters will not be played at 8,000 yards.

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