Marc Leishman doesn’t know what his future holds but, like many of his frozen-out LIV Golf colleagues, he clings to hope that it still involves golf’s four majors.
The Australian didn’t qualify to play any of the big events this year in what was a jarring career shift, having featured in a streak of 30-straight majors dating back to the 2015 Masters.
It was the price Leishman suspected he might pay for joining Greg Norman’s first wave of LIV Golf recruits last year.
He now plays almost exclusively on the controversial, Saudi-backed tour alongside compatriots Cameron Smith and Matt Jones.
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