After 15 Masters appearances, Casey will skip the tournament again. Being a top-30 player when he joined LIV in July, the Englishman lost his Masters berth.
Fowler's play has improved dramatically over the last six months, and he is now in striking distance of securing his first Masters appearance since 2020.
The 2012 US Open champion is presently below the top 130. Before his T7th at the Valspar Championship, he was 164th in the world.
LIV Golf golfer Poulter might miss the Majors for the first time since 1999. The 151st-ranked Englishman will miss Augusta for the second year in a row. His highest Masters result was T6 in 2015.
With his recent drop out of the world's top 100, Leishman, who plays for Cameron Smith's 'Ripper GC' in the LIV Golf League, will miss The Masters for the first time since 2015.
After missing the cut by one spot to finish in the top 12 and ties last year (T14), the former World No. 1 and two-time runner-up at Augusta National is not participating this year.
The Australian, a three-time champion (he won the Bermuda Championship in 2021, the Irish Open in 2021, and the Dubai Desert Classic in 2020), is not competing this year.
Kuch is now ranked 71st in the world and is likely to miss the Masters for the second year in a row.
Although Olesen won the 2022 British Masters and the 2023 Thailand Classic on the DP World Tour in the year leading up to The Masters, he did not quite make the cut this time around.
The star of Full Swing on Netflix has never competed in The Masters, and it does not seem as if that will change this year given the current state of affairs.