Billy Horschel to some LIV golfers

DP World Tour members such as Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia, and Lee Westwood will qualify for the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth

After their suspension to play in the opening event of the Saudi Arabia-backed breakout was temporarily postponed on appeal.

Americans Taylor Gooch and Abraham Enter of Mexico are in the fray thanks to their places in the world’s top 60,

But golfer Billy Horschel believes they are "hypocritical" in chasing ranking points, while they have never been interested.

"While Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter have been staunch fans of the European Tour, I don't think those guys really should be here," said Horschel, 15th on the world golf rankings.

"I wouldn't call Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter hypocrites because they never said they wanted to pay less.

People who have publicly said they want to play less are hypocrites.

"Horschel believes players were "naive" to believe they would not be suspended from the PGA Tour for participating in LIV and that some did not adequately weigh the pros and cons.

LIV Golf had a lot of downsides on that side and very few on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour.

"The presence of LIV players in the field helped prevent lower-ranked DP World Tour members from competing, with Jon Rahm's friend Alfredo García-Heredia currently the first reserve.

"There are many players who have been instrumental to the European Tour of Golf and the Ryder Cup, and who have collectively spent years on the European Tour," said world number six Rahm. "

"A perfect example, a good friend of mine is now first on the list of contestants.

"Two-time major winner Martin Kemmer withdrew from the tournament last week, telling Golf Digest, "I don't need to go to a place where you're not welcome.

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