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Which LIV Golf players have entered Final Open Qualifying?

A large chunk of the LIV Golf roster are heading to the United Kingdom to take their last chance to qualify for The Open
 

For those LIV Golf players who still have ambitions to play in The 151st Open, the last resort for some of them to qualify will come at Final Qualifying.

Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, and defending Open champion Cameron Smith are three examples of those who are exempt for the field at Royal Liverpool in July on Greg Norman’s roster.

As LIV Golf events still don’t have Official World Golf Ranking points, many of the players have tumbled down the world rankings and this has contributed to many of their absences at the majors in 2023.

In total, there are 13 LIV Golf players in The Open Championship field, and more could come once the Final Qualifying events over 36 holes on Tuesday, July 4 are finished.

On Monday, June 26, numerous players flocked to Regional Qualifying across 15 different venues in the UK. The successful participants advanced to Final Qualifying.

NCG’s Tom Irwin played in the 18-hole event at Alwoodley in Yorkshire, which you can read about here.

Final Open Qualifying will be played at West Lancashire, Dundonald Links, Royal Cinque Ports, and Royal Porthcawl.

There are 21 LIV Golf players vying for qualifying spots across the four venues of Open Final Qualifying this year:

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West Lancashire:

Sergio Garcia, Graeme McDowell, Mito Pereira, Scott Vincent

Dundonald Links:

Carlos Ortiz, Peter Uihlein, Jason Kokrak, Andy Ogletree, Sebastian Munoz

Royal Porthcawl:

Cameron Tringale, Anirban Lahiri, Matt Jones, Laurie Canter, Marc Leishman

Royal Cinque Ports:

Branden Grace, Dean Burmester, Charl Schwartzel, David Puig, Brendan Steele, Wade Ormsby, Kieran Vincent

NOW READ: The Open Championship Field: Who is playing in 2023?

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Matt Chivers

Matt Chivers

Now on the wrong side of 25, Matt has been playing golf since the age of 13 and was largely inspired to take up the game by countless family members who played golf during his childhood.

Matt is a member at Royal Cinque Ports in Deal playing off a 5 handicap, just a pitching wedge away from his hometown of Dover where he went to school and grew up. He has previously been a member at Etchinghill and Walmer and Kingsdown in Kent.

Having studied history at the University of Liverpool, Matt went on to pass his NCTJ Exams in Manchester a year later to fulfil his lifelong ambition of becoming a journalist. He picked up work experience along the way at places such as the Racing Post, the Independent, Sportsbeat and the Lancashire Evening Post.

Matt joined NCG in February 2023 and is the website’s main source of tour news, features and opinion. He has reported live from events such as The Open, the Ryder Cup and The Players Championship, having also interviewed and spent time with some of the biggest names in the sport.

Consuming tour golf on what is a 24/7 basis, you can come to Matt for informed views on the game and the latest updates on the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour, Ladies European Tour and LIV Golf.

What’s in Matt’s bag: Cobra LTDx LS driver, Cobra LTDx 3-wood, TaylorMade P7MC irons, Ping Glide 4.0 wedges, Odyssey putter.

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