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  1. The talk about the reti­re­ment bene­fits being a fac­tor is sil­ly. Tho­se joi­ning up with their huge up front or over 5 year pay­ments make the reti­re­ment bene­fits a non factor.

  2. What’s the say­ing about having cake and eating it too?! I think the PGA should kick whoever plays LIV from the tour. Play­ers can play for the Majors, but the other events should stop them.

    1. @Michael Fong They can play on the Asi­an Tour
      The Inter­na­tio­nal Seri­es is about to get a serious upgrade
      Several sil­ly sea­son events upco­m­ing too. The­re will be 5 more tour­na­ments like the Sau­di Inter­na­tio­nal (most­ly by co-sanc­tio­n­ing exis­ting events)

  3. The PGA should remain calm and resign its­elf to the new land­s­cape. LIV can’t hurt the PGA Tour but, the PGA Tour can hurt itself.

    1. LIV will have impact on PGA tour…especially when they have a con­flic­ting event in Iowa …let’s see do I want to go to Iowa and may­be lose money or do I want to play LIV event…1 less day of work and I’m gua­ran­te­ed to make at least $100000 .…it’s not rocket sci­ence peop­le it’s basic Math!!

    2. @Gary Mil­ler I take your point but, the top play­ers are making good money on the PGA tour. LIV appeals to play­ers who often finish out­side the big money.

  4. Saweeeeet..it loo­ks real­ly exciting…now tell us how he sucks..like you did with na.
    Edit, i am sur­pri­sed they didnt go down that road..looks good .

    1. Well if he does, he should get super big money. But again, like the others, he has been figh­t­ing inju­ries, is get­ting old, and at this point, though he loves to sur­pri­se, you would not think he is going to win any more majors. Hey, if he is going to go I hope he gets the super big money at least.

    1. @Preston Bac­chus Phil

      PGA Tour Com­mis­sio­ner also went around and told the play­ers that they would be ban­ned if they play­ed in the Invi­ta­tio­nal Series

    2. @DanielSong39 Yes, if you play in a com­pe­ting golf league you will be be ban­ned. Lets say an LIV tour play­er expres­sed his intent to not play in a cou­p­le LIV events but ins­tead play in the com­pe­ting PGA events, what would hap­pen? That play­er would be threa­tened with a lawsu­it for bre­ach of con­tract. And if he went ahead, you know, for the sake of his fami­ly, and play­ed in the PGA event perhaps to plea­se a spon­sor, he would be sued for bre­ach of con­tract. Being ban­ned from the LIV would be a fore­go­ne con­clu­si­on at that point.

    1. @Alex Edfort Hey, nice, inde­ed that life­time sta­tus has some good bene­fits. I did­n’t under­stand the value of that when Phil was men­tio­ning it. But the issue is the same, if you deci­de to sign a con­tract to play in direct com­pe­ti­ti­on with the PGA, anyo­ne can see that puts you at odds with the orga­niz­a­ti­on and you are likely to be disci­pli­ned pur­suant to the rules that all mem­bers vote on and agree to. If Phil deci­ded to skip a cou­p­le of LIV events to play in the com­pe­ting PGA events, could he do that? Nope, he would be in court. Why then should­n’t the PGA pena­li­ze him for play­ing in LIV events in com­pe­ti­ti­on with the PGA?

    2. @Alex Edfort It’s 15 years and 20 wins. And it’s a life­time MEMBERSHIP, not a life­time exemp­ti­on. Rea­ding com­pre­hen­si­on seems to be at a pre­mi­um the­se daze…

    3. @Anthony Peter­sen the two words mem­bers­hip and exemp­ti­on are used inter­ch­an­ge­ab­ly and mean the same thing. Bot­tom line, by the Tour’s own rules, Phil ear­ned a life­time mem­bers­hip, so unless the­re is spe­ci­fic cri­te­ria for resc­in­ding a life­time mem­bers­hip, Phil should be allo­wed to play a limi­ted PGA Tour sche­du­le around LIV Tour if he desi­res. I can­not say the same for other play­ers that do not have life­time mem­bers­hip and have to make X # of appearan­ces per year or qua­li­fy on points to main­tain their PGA play­ing status.

  5. The PGA Tour has a deal with Chi­na. The have been dealing with them for years. Chi­na vio­la­tes it’s citi­zens human rights every minu­te. Were is the outrage???????????

  6. PGA Tour needs to make an examp­le out of Bry­son, it could back­fire but if they ban him for life guys would get the point, no pre­si­dent cup, no ryder cup, no PGA Championship.

    1. @Brian Valen­ti­ne A cou­p­le of things. How do you give play­ers a sti­pend for tra­vel and a base sala­ry without them beco­m­ing employees? The­re are tax impli­ca­ti­ons. Second­ly, I thought most gol­fers and golf fans are more con­ser­va­ti­ve than libe­ral and that meri­to­cra­cy is the the­me for conservatives.

    2. @Brian Valen­ti­ne Yes, they are not owned and can play in the LIV, that is cool. If you are signed up with the LIV can you choo­se to not play a cou­p­le of LIV events and ins­tead play the PGA tho­se weeks?

    1. The PGA Tour does not con­trol any of the majors.
      Here’s some irony.
      The same sov­er­eign wealth fund backing the LIV inves­ted $247,000,000 in FedEx a few mon­ths ago.
      PGA Tour play­ers will be taking the same money from the same peop­le for the FedEX Cup as the LIV players.

  7. PGA went woke…forgot who exact­ly wat­ches PGA. You get what you deser­ve. Hope­ful­ly LIV won’t let SJW’s ruin their tour.

    1. Total­ly agree, Micha­el. When the PGA tour dum­ped Doral off the Flo­ri­da swing becau­se of Trump’s owners­hip, along with pul­ling the 2022 PGA Cham­pions­hip from Bed­mins­ter for the same rea­son, it was the begin­ning of a woke decli­ne for them. Does­n’t seem like a coin­ci­dence that both venues are hos­ting LIV events this year! I hope the LIV has gre­at success!

  8. I belie­ve most of the­se play­ers will be ves­ted in their reti­re­ment after a cer­tain amount of years. Federal law.

  9. The PGA tour is going to quick­ly find its­elf in a bad posi­ti­on by try­ing to strong arm it’s play­ers. They are dama­ging them­sel­ves more than the other your is or will

  10. I don’t under­stand how it’s chan­ging that much, they have 3 rounds ins­tead of 4, and no cuts, bes­i­des that, how’s it different?

  11. Look I would take that much money too.…but quit the Hor­se S… Just say the rea­son I am doing this is that they piled so much money in front of me I can’t climb over it…It’s not the com­pe­ti­ti­on, its not a new and exci­ting challenge…It is a ton of money.🤥

  12. Anyo­ne who plays in the Sau­di Blood Money Tour should be ban­ned from all PGA Tour events and all Majors. Enough is enough with the­se gree­dy golfers.

  13. What I’m sen­sing is that the­re are likely enough top gol­fers that are wil­ling to bolt but ONLY given the right pri­ce for each of them indi­vi­du­al­ly. Want Rahm? $200M, Want Came­ron Smith? $150M. Want Jor­dan Spieth? $300M, etc… just as examp­les. That is the only way this could beco­me a serious chal­len­ger to the PGA get at least 5–6 more of the top 15–20 players/names. This will requi­re Sau­dis to pour a few bil­li­on more into it to get a cri­ti­cal mass of top guys to jump. With that said I don’t see it being a via­ble league finan­cial­ly unless they do this becau­se the­re aren’t enough top gol­fers to bring in big TV con­tracts, adver­ti­sers, and crowds. I am a golf fan but I only watch the PGA tour becau­se frank­ly I real­ly only care about the top 15–20 play­ers give or take a few others. If the­re is a so so field at the top of the lea­der­board in a PGA tour event I don’t tune in. Wait until the LIV lea­der­board is Kino­si­ta, Grace and Puig and you have to stream it or some­thing to view it. No money the­re. May­be the Sau­dis are so rich they don’t care about the $ and will just pour bil­li­ons in for the posi­ti­ve public press local­ly and inter­na­tio­nal­ly. PGA tour will con­ti­nue to swee­ten the pur­ses and do other things to keep top play­ers – in the end this is ALL good for the play­ers whe­re­ver they play. PGA still has the top play­ers, and alrea­dy has all the tra­di­ti­on, spon­sors, and top cour­ses on their side. IF ALL the majors still allow the­se guys to play that is a HUGE wild­card though and we should have our ans­wer after each tour­na­ment plays out in the next year. I could see a sce­n­a­rio whe­re Dech­am­beau, Mickel­son, etc… are allo­wed to play in all 4 majors over the next year and then a cou­p­le more top play­ers jump for huge gua­ran­te­ed $…then LIV will have some­thing serious here. As of now it is almost more like the PGA lite tour.

    1. The Sau­dis defi­ni­te­ly have enough money to buy ever­yo­ne out. All the­se gol­fers are mil­lion­aires with con­nec­tions. The­re is a plan in place here that is slow­ly being pha­sed in. The­re will be more announ­ce­ments soon – count on it.

    1. I think that’s becau­se the LIV wants to appe­ar as though their tour is gai­ning momen­tum. When in fact the new guys have been in for awhile.

  14. I don’t see how any golf fan could sup­port LIV. Why would you want the Sau­dis to hijack the sport and dilu­te the talent pool in tour­na­ment fields?

  15. Just like every other aspect of life we dont tre­at bad or evil as bad and evil. We act like the word Com­mu­nist has no real mea­ning when refer­ring to chi­na and we act like the sau­dis don’t tre­at woman like catt­le and homo­se­xu­als like tar­gets. Hell peop­le they still have SLAVERY and yet mul­ti­mil­lion­aire ath­le­tes rush the­re to kiss their feet for money.

  16. This one’s clean but stands to rea­son on a big web­site with high pro­fi­le you get a litt­le bug. We had a tech­ni­ci­an spe­ci­fic trai­ned on our web­site but the power deli­very was on cable not internet.

  17. Eam­on Lynch is right. The release of names to play at LIV is sta­ged. SGL wants to give the impres­si­on of a ‘domi­no effect’. The­re real­ly is not much to LIV, and the only way they can give their league any merit is to inci­te fear or build drama.

  18. The PGA Tour is respon­si­ble for big money in the game, LIV is just the obvious con­clu­si­on to alrea­dy estab­lis­hed thin­king. Tel­ling ever­yo­ne they nee­ded a 1k Dri­ver every sin­gle year are part­ly respon­si­ble for this too. The Tour is about greed now.

    The big­gest cri­tics are the peop­le that aren’t in on the tra­de, in histo­ry you see it a lot: capi­ta­lists that love capi­ta­lism when it works in their favor, The PGA Tour has no inte­rest in a free mar­ket unless it bene­fits them direct­ly so their argu­ments of sports-washing fall flat. Just look at the way PGA Tour uses cha­ri­ta­ble sta­tus to avoid tax…You don’t hear Cham­blee or McGin­ley decry­ing that though…

  19. I will unsub­scri­be to Bryson’s You­Tube chan­nel. He can’t make it in big boy League so you can’t bla­me him for sel­ling hims­elf short. 😂😂😂😂😂

  20. They bought shares in the com­pa­ny from other inves­tors. That is not reflec­ted in cash flows of the com­pa­ny nor does it pro­vi­de any fun­ding. So your state­ment is not accurate.

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