Australian golf star Marc Leishman has come to terms with never playing majors again on a regular basis due to LIV’s world rankings stalemate.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported Leishman is fine with the fact his run of 30 consecutive appearances in majors will come to an end after joining Greg Norman’s Saudi-backed rebel tour.
Leishman arrived back in Australia on Friday for his first tournament on home soil in three years.
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LIV Golf is yet to receive official status for its 54-hole, no-cut tournaments, which has seen Leishman’s world ranking drop to 68.
The top 50 players in the world at the end of each calendar year receive an automatic invite to The Masters, where Leishman has had three top 10 finishes in 10 visits to Augusta National.
Leishman is well aware of the fallout from his decision to join countrymen Cameron Smith in the LIV…