michinoku2001 asked in SportsGolf · 1 month ago

Will Angel Cabera still be able to play in the Masters if he is convicted?

Update:

I don't think this is a situation the ANGC ever anticipated. 

Update 2:

That would be interesting if the ANGC says yes, but the PGA and NBC says no. They could always just pixilate Cabera. 

Update 3:

Presumably, he will not get a life sentence, but his green jacket is for life. Presumably, his legal troubles will cost him a lot of money, and even playing badly in the Masters is a money maker for past champions. Therefore, this may actually be an issue the ANGC will have to deal with eventually. 

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  • Depends if the US government would allow him to enter the country as a potential convicted felon.

  • 1 month ago

    That depends on wether he is sentenced to jail or not. He will not be if he's in jail.

  • 1 month ago

    he might not be able to

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