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Two Masters winners lose The Open

Two Masters winners lose The Open

The fall continues when The Open arrives at Royal St. next week. George.

Today, R&A announced for the first time this year that US senior winner Hideki Matsuyama has resigned from The Open, despite being asymptomatic and showing positive results in tests after suffering from Govt-19 disease before last week’s rocket mortgage classic.

– I feel good, but have not had the opportunity to train or prepare, and decided in conjunction with the difficulties of traveling in the UK, says Mathews.

Later on Sunday, double-senior winner Puppa Watson announced that he too had not seen the Major because he had been in contact with the victims. He was vaccinated himself, but it was not long before he had to be isolated for at least five days after arriving in the UK.

– The rules are different when it comes to Govt. In the United States and the United Kingdom and it is not possible for me to jump on a charter or a regular plane. I don’t make rules, but I have to follow them.

Watson and Matsuyama’s seats in The Open will be replaced by Brendan Steele and Harold Warner III. Next in line for more re-offers are John Caitlin and then Adam Long.

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