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LIV Golf had a unique plan to reveal its 12 rosters over three days last week. Friday’s final announcement of the last four rosters was delayed to Monday, and it appears we now know why.

According to a report in the Telegraph, LIV Golf has made a last-minute acquisition of world No. 34 Thomas Pieters, a DP World Tour member who earlier this week voiced his displeasure about not being in the field at the PGA Tour’s Genesis Invitational.

The move is a positive addition for LIV and a huge potential loss for the 2023 European Ryder Cup team that’s already reeling from players and future captains who have departed for LIV.

Pieters would be the third new player to join LIV ahead of its 2023 season opener next week in Mexico, joining Mito Pereira and Sebastian Munoz.

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