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It has been reported that former Masters champion Angel Cabrera (Argentina) is preparing to return to the tour.

Golf Week, an American golf media outlet, reported on the 18th, “Cabrera, who served 30 months in prison in Brazil and Argentina,

is scheduled to participate in the Trophy Hassan II in Morocco starting February 22nd.” 

He then quoted Miller Brady, chairman of the PGA Tour Champions, saying, “

He was off the tour for three years and served time in prison, 카지노사이트랭크

but he had a time of personal reflection. However, I don’t know if he will be able to appear in a tournament held in the United States.” added.

Cabrera won three times on the PGA Tour, including the 2007 U.S. Open and the 2009 Masters, and more than 50 wins on tours around the world, including five wins on the European Tour. 

However, he was sentenced to prison in 2021 for domestic violence and assaulting his girlfriend, respectively.

Golf Week said that since Morocco does not require a visa, there would be no problem with Cabrera playing. 

However, he predicted that it would take time to return to the PGA Tour, saying he would need a visa to perform tour activities in the United States.

Cabrera is preparing for her return to the PGA Tour and has been competing in tournaments in her home country since her release from prison. 

At the Coast Open held in Argentina last December, she tied for 10th.

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