Nick Faldo calls for LIV players to be banned from Ryder Cup

Sir Nick Faldo believes any European golfers who have joined LIV Golf should have no further involvement with the Ryder Cup, whether as players or future captains. Stalwarts of many European successes over the last two decades have joined the breakaway tour and as a result, in Faldo’s eyes, have burned their bridges when it comes to the biennial event.

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LIV Golfers set to play at The Masters

IV golfers will be allowed to compete in The Masters in 2023, organisers at Augusta National have confirmed. Despite the fracture in the sport brought about by LIV Golf, the tournament organisers say their ultimate focus is to bring together “a pre-eminent field of golfers” and they will invite players who are eligible under their current criteria.

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Tiger Woods confirms return at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods has announced he will return to action at this year’s Hero World Challenge in his first outing since The 150th Open in July. The 15-time major champion took to Twitter to confirm his involvement in the 20-man tournament which is due to take place from December 1-4 in Albany.

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Luke Donald to captain Team Europe at 2023 Ryder Cup

Luke Donald has been named Europe’s Ryder Cup captain for next year’s contest in Rome after Henrik Stenson was stripped of the role. Stenson’s move to LIV Golf forced Team Europe to look for a new captain and former world number 1 Donald has the credentials having previously served as a vice-captain.

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Henrik Stenson stripped of Ryder Cup captaincy due to move to LIV Golf

Henrik Stenson has confirmed he is joining the Saudi-backed LIV Golf International Series and says he is “disappointed” to be stripped of the Ryder Cup captaincy but hopes to represent Team Europe in the future. The decision to remove the Swede was made after weeks of speculation he would join the breakaway tour.

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