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Harold Varner III Hammers Fellow LIV Golf Players Ahead Of The Masters

Harold Varner III Hammers Fellow LIV Golf Players Ahead Of The Masters
By Luke Delaney Updated
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Since the arrival of the LIV Golf Tour in 2022, we've seen a number of tiffs and fights between members of the Saudi-backed golf league and the PGA Tour. This time, the war of words is between Harold Varner III and his fellow LIV players ahead of the 2023 Masters.

Having been established last summer, players from the breakaway tour will compete against members of the PGA Tour and DP World Tour at The Masters for the first time this year.

With LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman not invited by Augusta National to the annual event, many would have thought that the friction would have been between the separate tours. However, it seems there may be some internal squabbling now coming into play.

Masters hopeful Varner claims LIV Golf colleagues are "Full Of Sh*t"

Speaking in an interview with the Washington Post ahead of the Masters, the 32-year-old accused his own colleagues of being 'full of sh*t' after many claimed that they were joining LIV Golf to help grow the game of golf.

They’re full of sh*t; they’re growing their pockets,

I tell them all the time, all of them, you didn’t come here to f*cking grow the f*cking game


Varner admitted that the benefits that are associated with joining LIV Golf  were “simply too good of a financial breakthrough” to turn down.


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18 members of the LIV Golf Tour will tee off at the Masters. Seven of those qualified due to being past winners of the tournament, with three more having recent major wins elsewhere.

Of the other eight members, Varner III still remains inside the World's top 50 ranked golfers, but has said that if he was banned from playing in the majors, it wouldn't affect him.


If you said I can’t play in the majors, I’d be fine. I’ve accepted that. I was cool with it.

But some of these motherf*ckers, they want their cake and eat it too, I guess. Like, dude, you knew it was going to be bad. Like going against the fucking U.S. government: Good luck, man.

An honest summary of the situation.


Much like Cam Smith's comments earlier this week, you'd have to wonder how well this will go down inside the LIV Golf camp.

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