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“Controversial”: PGA Tour Player Sparks Controversy with Harsh Allegations Just Hours Before Highly-Anticipated Debut of Lexi Thompson.

Lexi Thompson was recently invited to participate in the Shriner’s Open, a PGA Tour competition that begins on Thursday. This is a prestigious invitation, one that few LPGA Tour professionals have received. However, there have been some reservations from male PGA Tour players in the past about women being invited to their events.

A recent discussion about the Shriners has brought attention to a separate concern. A professional PGA Tour player has raised doubts about the fairness of how the Shriners is being run. The 27-year-old had a problem with the final group of participants in the competition.

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In 2021, Dylan Wu became a professional golfer and joined the PGA Tour one year later. He recently had an impressive showing at the Fortinet Championship, finishing in a shared 14th place.

He recently posted on Twitter discussing the PGA Tour’s varying methods for selecting participants for different events, which can be confusing. Wu has qualified for the 78-player roster for the 2023 Zozo Championship, the only PGA Tour tournament held in Japan. However, he is not competing in the Shriner’s Open.

“There are numerous issues and injustices associated with the changes happening in the fall.”

Wu stated that autumn is typically the most competitive season. However, he disagreed with the method of choosing players based on their previous season’s rankings.


He mentioned that there has been a decrease of 12 members in the Shriners field this year, compared to the previous year’s total of 144. The current number stands at 132. Wu stated that this decrease aligns with the Tour’s guidelines, but he disagrees that a shorter day is the cause. He believes that a 10-minute deficit could easily be made up the following day.

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He appeared dissatisfied with the outcome. Where did this discussion originally start?

We will be talking about the participants in the Shriners Children Open.

The discussion began with a tweet noting that Aaron Baddeley, a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, had three top-10 finishes this season but did not qualify for the Shriners’ tournament.

Additionally, he held the 101st spot on the FedEx Cup rankings. However, he was also included on the Monday Q list to potentially qualify for the event.

A retweet of this post noted that Dylan Wu, who is 80 years old, is not participating in the event. Monday Q, the Twitter user who shared this tweet, also stated

It seems odd to promote the Fall Series as a competition for the card but not include certain individuals in certain fields.

Is there something concerning about the entire situation? What do you believe would have been the optimal outcome? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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The article titled “Unfair”: PGA Tour Professional Causes Controversy with Accusations Just Hours Before Lexi Thompson’s Highly-Anticipated Debut was published on EssentiallySports.