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Richard Bland, Like Many Others, Is Anticipating the First LIV Field Announcement and Its Potential Consequences!

ORT WORTH, TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Despite the fact that the field list for LIV Golf’s inaugural tournament was not disclosed on Friday, as many had expected, at least one player is looking forward to the announcement and the subsequent aftermath.

Richard Bland, an Englishman, stated he expects to compete in the inaugural LIV Golf tournament, which will be held June 9-11 at the Centurion Golf Club in London. He also admitted to asking for and being refused a conflicting-event leave from the DP World Tour.

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The PGA Tour also turned down all requests to compete in the inaugural LIV tournament, which is expected to include both DP World Tour and PGA Tour, players.

 

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“My honest view is that I don’t know.” When asked how he believes the DP World Tour would react, Bland told Golf Channel,

“I suppose we’ll find out in a few weeks.” “I’ve spoken to [DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley] about it, and we’ve both laid our cards on the table, which is fair.” Right now, your guess is as good as mine. I honestly have no idea. Right now, I don’t believe anybody does.”

Bland was in the field for the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial this week, but he didn’t make the cut. He has already qualified for the U.S. Open and The Open Championship, which will be held a week after the first LIV tournament. He also intends to compete in the Scottish Open, which is co-sponsored by the PGA and the DP World circuits.

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Qualified for The United States Open.

“My honest view is that I don’t know.” When asked how he believes the DP World Tour would react, Bland told Golf Channel, “I suppose we’ll find out in a few of weeks.

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” “I’ve spoken to [DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley] about it, and we’ve both laid our cards on the table, which is fair.” Right now, your guess is as good as mine. I honestly have no idea. Right now, I don’t believe anybody does.”

Bland was in the field for the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial this week, but he didn’t make the cut. He has already qualified for the U.S. Open and The Open Championship, which will be held a week after the first LIV tournament.

The Open of Scotland.

He also intends to compete in the Scottish Open, which is co-sponsored by the PGA and the DP World circuits. “I understand his stance,” Bland said.

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“He essentially said you have to do what’s best for you and your family, and I have to do what’s best for the tour.” “I understand his terrible situation, but I also understand my own.”

Bland has been candid in prior interviews about his intentions for competing in the LIV tournaments, which are expected to have large payouts and significant appearance costs.”I have the potential to make the next phase of my life really pleasant.

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“I see why people believe I can still accomplish it on the DP World [Tour], but when I look at it, I’ll be 50 in six months,” Bland remarked. “I’m a really pragmatic man, and I realize things aren’t going to stay forever, so you have to seize the possibilities that come your way.”

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In the field are likely to be Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia, Martin Kaymer, and Louis Oosthuizen. Westwood, like Bland, reiterated his long-held interest in The Belfry’s British Masters. Garcia chose a different path. Garcia did not openly express his desire to participate, but a wrong judgment on the PGA Tour earlier this season prompted a furious reaction from him.

Garcia assured the rules official that he wouldn’t have to deal with him in the future, implying that he would be supported by Saudi Arabia.

Marissa Figgs
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