In spite of the fact that fans believe there will be arguments and conflicts at the Champions Dinner, golfers believe that there will be no problems at all. There is a question as to whether or not they wish to calm passions with these statements, since it may be a bit unrealistic to believe in unity and harmony after the whole chaos between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour.
The Champions Dinner is expected to take place in the same manner as it did previously, according to Mike Weir. As important as anything else for him is to show respect to Scottie Scheffler, who was the champion last year at the Masters’ tournament.
“I don’t think so,” Weir told Postmedia, as quoted by calgaryherald.com “I think everyone has respect for the champion Scottie Scheffler who won last year. We want his night to be memorable and special and it’s all about him, as Tiger said a couple months ago, and that’s true.
I don’t think it’s going to be awkward at all”.
Mike Weir and Masters
Weir believes that most golfers are experienced and don’t need such things. There is no doubt in Mike’s mind that things will go well, without any clashes.
“I think it would disappoint a lot of guys,” Weir said. “When you look around the room at Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Raymond Floyd, they’re not going to put up with that”. It has been exactly twenty years since Mike Weir won the Masters.
This is one of the greatest successes of his career that he will never be able to forget. Nowadays, he frequently receives questions about the victory and his impressions of the event. “Someone will say something,” Weir said. “Usually Ben Crenshaw.
He’s the host and he will make note and someone will say, ‘Hey Mike, tell us a little something about the win”.