Augusta, no anti-LIV instructions at Masters

Coverage will be fair, promised CBS President Sean McManus

by Andrea Gussoni
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Augusta, no anti-LIV instructions at Masters

The president of the American network in charge of carrying out the Masters for the whole world explained how LIV Golf players will be covered during the next Masters 2023 at Augusta National. Coverage will be fair, promised CBS President Sean McManus.

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Unlike the DP World Tour, which for several months has placed LIV Golf players in less exposed areas and avoids showing them “too much”, CBS will not make dissidents a special case. “We are not going to cover up or hide anything.

As I have often said, our job is to cover the golf tournament. We are not going to treat golfers who have played on the LIV Tour differently than the other golfer. » Last December, Fred Riley, president of the Augusta National Golf Club, explained that he did not want to exclude LIV players from the tournament even if he regretted the creation of the circuit financed by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia.

and the events of recent months that have led to the division of the golf world. The schedules (in French time) for broadcasting the international beam are as follows every year: 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. the first two days then from 9 p.m.

to 1 a.m. on Saturday and from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Sunday. The LIV players invited to Augusta this year are: Abraham Ancer
Bryson DeChambeau
Sergio Garcia
Talor Gooch
Dustin Johnson
Brooks Koepka
Jason Kokrak
Phil Mickelson
Kevin Na
Joaquin Niemann
Louis Oosthuizen
Mito Pereira
Thomas Pieters
patrick reed
Charles Schwartzel
Cameron Smith
Harold Varner III
Bubba Watson Since 1960, the Par 3 Contest has been held on Wednesday of the week of the tournament: it is a mini-tournament on 9 par 3 holes in which the players are often accompanied by relatives, friends and boyfriends as caddies; the winner is the player who achieves the lowest score at the end of the nine holes.

Spectacular shots and numerous holes in one are often seen, however no Par 3 Contest winner has gone on to win the Masters.

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