Scheffler expects no ruckus at dinner

SCOTTIE Scheffler has said that he expects some of the game’s legends to put aside the US PGA Tour-LIV Golf feud when he hosts the Masters’ dinner next month.

The world number one, who coasted to victory at the Players Championship last weekend, said that he will count on the past champions to be on their best behaviour despite all the acrimony between golf’s leading players.

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