Cameron Smith, the British Open champion, said that on Wednesday. 

That he appears to believe this is unjustified that individuals who participate in LIV Golf need not end up receiving world ranking points. 

And also that he hopes these modifications before his exemption to golf's four major leagues comes to an end. 

With his one-shot victory at last month's British Open, World No. 2 Smith.

The move to LIV Golf earned him exempt status into golf's four major leagues for at least the next five years. 

The majors' organizing committee have not transformed their minimum eligibility rules, but Smith, 29. 

 may still find himself outside the picture going to look in because he can no longer earn global rankings points for the time being.

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