In the Arnold Palmer Invitational of this week, few notable were absent from the field, but the player Graeme McDowell doesn’t take it seriously, he does believe that the action of these players should be called into question.
McDowell the resident of Orlando, he made the first splash of his golf tour in 2005 on the PGA Tour at Bay Hill. This year too, his credential the player is adding tournament host as one of 5 people tasked with the honoring legacy of Palmer in the first of the tournament playing since his death.
The players who were absent on the field were Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth. At one end these players have been questioned by some as why they weren’t able to come to Bay Hill to honor The King this week. And on the other end, McDowell is relaxed and didn’t feel anything wrong with it. He has no issues with the choice of mentioned players.
McDowell said, “I feel this year was always going to be a good field, and to my belief it is a good field,” “The players who are not here are being unfairly criticized for that. I have the belief that players will never forget the Arnold and they will respect him in their own way. The presence or absence of these players on the field is not a matter of big concerned.”
In the history of the tournament, this week, the field is one of the strongest, out of the top five players; four are participating in the tournament. The current position of the tournament was cited by the McDowell amid his schedule. The player is busy with some of the events that are going on. Some of the best tournaments are in this week’s calendar.