WASHINGTON, D.C.: World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler said Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) that he expects some of golf's greatest legends will put aside the PGA Tour-LIV Golf feud at next month's Masters Champions Dinner.
Scheffler, coming off a victory at The Players Championship on Sunday, revealed his menu for this year's gathering after winning last year's green jacket at Augusta National.
The 26-year-old American also said that he hasn't decided what he will say in his speech to the past winners, but he will count upon them to be on their best manners despite a split that has divided golf's elite talent.
"I haven't totally decided what I'll say," Scheffler said. "I'm not quite sure what the vibe will be like, but I think we're all there to play in the tournament and celebrate the Masters and celebrate all being past champions.
"I think the dinner will be really special for all of us to be able to gather together again, and I'm sure we'll put all that other stuff aside and just have a good time together.
"Just because guys joined another tour doesn't mean that I'm not friends with them anymore, and that I think differently of them as people. They are still my friends, and we're all just going to hang out and have a good time."
The Saudi-backed LIV Golf League has opened its second campaign and players gather this week in Tucson, Arizona, while the PGA Valspar Championship is being staged near Tampa, Florida.2023-03-18T19:48:21Z dg43tfdfdgfd