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    1. I agree. The PGA tour just keeps play­ing defen­se and it doesn’t look good. Mona­han needs to resign. If he had just done not­hing this would have blown over as a non event after a cou­p­le of sea­sons. But he’s doing more to give LIV reco­gni­ti­on than Nor­man could have drea­med of.

    2. I’ve un-fol­lo­wed anything rela­ted to the PGA Tour and will not sup­port them until they end this mono­po­listic stance. At the moment, I am get­ting my golf news from this page as well as any inde­pen­dent news source.

  1. Been a fan for a long time. Fear of losing the mono­po­ly becau­se of LIV is clear. You’­re shoo­ting your­sel­ves in the foot, in my opi­ni­on, and the greed smells bad. Rethink befo­re it’s too late.

  2. This should no lon­ger be cal­led the Golf Chan­nel becau­se it does­n’t cover all pro­fes­sio­nal golf (LIV Tour). I will stop watching the “Golf Chan­nel” moving for­ward. Can’t speak for all, but I just want to watch pro­fes­sio­nal gol­fers do what they do and the LIV events and their broad­cast are more enter­tai­ning than lis­tening to Bran­del and Rich Lerner.

    1. Me too. And Fle­her­ty went over to do the com­men­ta­ting on Liv so it’s bet­ter than lis­tening to the old hacks on the golf chan­nel anyway!!!!!! 👍

    2. @Barton Per­ci­val Yep, Fle­her­ty will give some comic reli­ef and some gre­at com­men­ta­ry. I think the­re will be some sort of show with Fle­her­ty bet­ween events doing things like behind the sce­nes and highlights.

    3. @Golf Nut That’s good to hear. I real­ly only wat­ched the golf chan­nel becau­se Fle­her­ty had good shows the­re. Once they stop­ped fea­turing him I stop­ped watching. Brand­le Cham­blee was an average gol­fer at best, and I hated lis­tening to his rants and takes!!!!!!

    1. NBC owns both ESPN and the Golf Chan­nel. The Golf Chan­nel bills its­elf as “The Offi­cial Chan­nel of the PGA Tour” so, essen­ti­al­ly, all its com­men­ta­tors have a copy of the PGA Tour hym­nal and, thus, are sin­ging the same hymn all the time: “PGA Tour Good, LIV Golf Evil.” The only excep­ti­on was a mon­th or 2 ago when I heard Ste­phen A. Smith said a few favor­able words about the LIV but I’, sure he’s been coun­se­led on the error of his ways.

  3. This is the straw that breaks the camels back. Its clear tho­se that havent resi­gned want their cake and eat it too. If you didnt think this wasnt going to court, now you are. Basi­cal­ly 137 Dan­ny Wil­lett is the bub­ble boy ent­e­ring this week with Paul Casey at 135 debu­t­ing this Fri­day in New Jersey.

    1. Why does the PGA have the right to main­tain a mono­po­ly on pro golf?
      This is such a hor­ri­ble decisi­on by the PGA to so stron­gly oppo­se the LIV tour. It’s going to hurt them long term

    2. @Sean Wal­lace cer­tain play­ers want their cake and eat it too. they are still get­ting their bonus money as if they made the play­offs. if anything the pga tour basi­cal­ly made wha­te­ver lawsu­it could go to court disappear.

    3. @Joseph Boza Why shouldnt they? They are liter­al­ly con­trac­ted pro­fes­sio­nal gol­fers. If they are good enough to do well in golf tour­na­ments then why the hell shouldnt they get that reward? Lol. They liter­al­ly ear­ned it. Are you upset at their ear­ning power? Its like you all just want to say “No the golf market/industry is only THIS BIG BECAUSE WE SAY SO, YOU CAN ONLY EARN MONEY FROM US, EVEN THOUGH WE DONT CONSIDER YOU AN EMPLOYEE AND YOU HAVE TO EARN YOUR MONEY EACH TOURNAMENT”. What a joke. Who exact­ly get hurts if DJ wins on the LIV golf tour then the next week wins on the PGA? WHO GETS HURT?

    1. Could we add Chi­na to that? Jay showing what a pet­ty child he is. He keeps one upping hims­elf! Jay needs to go! Inte­gra­te with LIV and move on.

  4. This is dumb if a play­er wants to play on both tours they should be able too. If the play­ers on Liv miss tour­na­ments on the PGA they get less fedex cup points which would allow other play­ers to get more points and would allow dif­fe­rent play­ers to get more starts. Then you still take the top 125 for the finals and if the Liv play­ers don’t have enough points after mis­sing tour­na­ments then it’s too bad, but if they are in the top 125 still it just shows that they are a bet­ter play­er get­ting bet­ter results in the few tour­na­ments they would play in.

    1. Pro­blem is PGA tour doesnt want to part­ner with liv or they would lose all their top play­ers who would instant­ly go over the­re and play for the big bucks knowing they can still com­pe­te in a few PGA tour events. Result would be less top play­ers play­ing wee­kly basis in PGA tour events which equals less views and money loss as an end result. Think about it all play­ers real­ly care about on pga tour is play­ers cham­pions­hip, Ryder Cup and fed ex play­offs. Out­side of that the other events kind of just blend in with eacho­ther and casu­al fan doesnt run to to tv to watch

    1. I’m sur­pri­sed they haven’t yet. NFL is about to start it’s own strea­mer. If i were LIV, i’d use You­Tube to free to air their main feed for the events, and golf chan­nel like show/s. Then use their own web­site as the hub to con­nect fans based on subscription/free model to extra con­tent like mul­ti­ple feeds/insider con­tent, whe­re you can fol­low just your play­er, or team, or com­bo it. Kin­da like a YouTube/Patreon com­bo like many other forms of con­tent are moving to.

  5. pgat is sooooo dam sca­red and gree­dy right now, they have total­ly pushed me away, sin­ce liv star­ted Ive only wat­ched liv, and the only per­son I wish would make the switch is speith but that aint happening.

    1. Spieth is on the board and get­ting $1.2 mil­li­on to do it. So you’­re right, he’s not going any­whe­re. I would like to see Cam­ron Smith make the switch though.

  6. As long as the play­ers meet the PGA tour obli­ga­ti­ons the PGA should have no say whe­re they play. The­se play­ers play to earn and are NOT paid by the PGA to play. If they want to con­trol a play­ers move­ments they should be like every other sports league sign the play­ers to mul­ti year con­tracts and own the rights to tho­se play­ers. As long as they don’t pay them a direct gua­ran­te­ed sala­ry and the player’s have to play and win to make their OWN money, well then the PGA should have no say. It’s that simp­le PGA, sign your top 50 play­ers to gua­ran­te­ed money con­tracts or con­ti­nue to loo­se your brand and mem­bers­hip as play­ers secu­re their finan­cial futures else­whe­re.. Orrr let them play whe­re they want after they meet the PGA tour annu­al obli­ga­ti­ons. It’s real­ly that simple.

    1. They sign an agree­ment with the pga to not play on com­pe­ting tours without appro­val. They’ve vio­la­ted this rule with their par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on in LIV and this is the con­se­quence of their actions. 

      Their actions also do signi­fi­cant dama­ge to the tour and it’s remai­ning mem­bers so the tour has to take action to pro­tect their membership.

    2. @Tony Pryor A shame the Asi­an tour and the Aus­tra­li­an tour and the Euro­pean tour did­n’t stop play­ers dama­ging their tours when the PGA pro­mi­sed big­ger payouts and lured them to play in the sta­tes, now what’s dif­fe­rent to what LIV are doing?

  7. Long Live LIV. The PGA tour and its woke agen­da are a joke. They ban cour­ses becau­se they bow to anything the demo­crats want. Now at last gre­at com­pe­ti­ti­on from LIV Golf. LIV so far has been a lot of fun to watch I love the team con­cept as well.

  8. PGA is so dumb for oppo­sing LIV Tour. Just look like a gree­dy mono­po­ly… and then try to play it off like their pri­ma­ry con­cern is the inte­gri­ty and skill level of the game… cute

    1. Yes, they say not­hing of Chi­na, Abu Dha­bi and Sau­di Aram­co. They think all their view­ers are pup­pets. Many gol­fers actual­ly are smart enough to do their own research.

    2. @Earn With Hearn that’s loo­king at it from one per­spec­ti­ve. The PGA has a com­ple­te mono­po­ly on pro­fes­sio­nal golf. The Euro­pean, Asi­an, and Latin Ame­ri­ca Tours are inter­na­tio­nal affi­lia­tes of the PGA.
      The PGA is incredi­b­ly exclu­si­ve towards it’s play­er fiel­ds and the eligibility/requirements of new play­ers to enter PGA tour­na­ment fields.
      The best thing that could hap­pen for the sport, play­ers, and fans is for the PGA to have com­pe­ti­ti­on, and will be for­ced (as they alrea­dy have by signi­fi­cant­ly rai­sing pur­se amounts for several tour­na­ments) to offer bet­ter incen­ti­ves for play­ers, and a bet­ter viewing expe­ri­ence for fans. Com­pe­ti­ti­on in the free mar­ket will always for­ce inno­va­ti­on and pro­duct improvement.

    3. @Sean Wal­lace com­pe­ti­ti­on, free mar­ket? Lol. It’s a government con­trol­led $600 bil­li­on wealth fund. No busi­ness can com­pe­te with that. They tried the same with soc­cer in the UK but the UK government step­ped in becau­se they saw what was going on. Free market 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  9. PGA has lost sight of their fan base and future, lar­ge­ly in part becau­se it is ran and ascri­bes to long out­da­ted tra­di­tio­nal fun­da­men­ta­lists belief, like most Wes­tern colo­nia­lism ideology. 

    In simp­ler terms, it’s ran by a bunch of old gree­dy white dudes who view­ed Tiger as their show pony and can’t stand to see things chan­ge. Good­bye PGA, long live LIV.

  10. The pga tour will even­tual­ly be a sup­port tour for frin­ge play­ers. They’re making it too easy for LIV. Like anything the pga needs to grow and evol­ve or wither away.

  11. LIV PLAYERS KNOW OVER TIME WHEN NOT EVER ELEVATE THEMSELVES WHEN TROPICAL TUNES WILL TOUR ALASKA AND EAT WHATEVER AIRPLANES UNDER TOUGH ANIMALS SMELL

  12. This is a who cares sto­ry. They can’t par­ti­ci­pa­te bcuz King Far­quat aka Emperor Mona­han won’t allow the­se play­ers to play it under his rule of law.

  13. When pro foot­ball play­ers took a knee, I can­cel­led the NFL. I haven’t wat­ched a game, inclu­ding the Super Bowl. Nor have I purcha­sed any merchandise.
    Now I can­cel the PGA Tour as long as Mona­han is run­ning the show. This means I won’t be watching or going to any PGA events nor purcha­sing any pro­ducts or ser­vices. If the USGA does the same thing as the PGA, I’ll can­cel my mem­bers­hip inclu­ding GHIN. The play­ers that I am a fan of are on the LIV Tour. So don’t need the PGA. Gives me more wee­kends to play golf of go fishing.
    Bye bye PGA.

    1. Well said, sir. The NFL now seems like a TV soap ope­ra rather than ath­le­tic com­pe­ti­ti­on. I can’t stand it any­mo­re and refu­se to watch any of the con­stant twadd­le that emana­tes from NFL Net­work. And, the PGA Tour is making its­elf look weak, pet­ty, and eli­tist with all the bile it and its mini­ons at the Golf Chan­nel spew on a dai­ly basis. I was neu­tral about the LIV until the­se dou­che nozz­les on the Golf Chan­nel (Bran­del Cham­blee, Damon Hack, Eam­onn Lynch, et al.) star­ted a dia­tri­be of hate against Greg Nor­man and the LIV. Now, I’m rather hoping that a vigi­lan­ce com­mit­tee of play­ers phy­si­cal­ly remo­ve Jay Mona­han from his ivory tower and get a rope and a tall tree and.…well, you get my drift.

  14. So if i met the requi­re­ments of play­ing in 15 tour­na­ments to be in good stan­ding on the pga tour how can they tell me I can’t play any­whe­re else. How can they ban me if I met my requi­re­ment. How come they are not bashing Tiger for taking appearan­ce fee of over 3mil to play in Dubai isn’t that blood money also. Pga is in trouble

  15. Eam­on Lynch repres­ents the epi­to­me of a PGA boot licker. They all bit­ched about the Sau­dis being bad, which they are, duh. But our fee­b­le min­ded ( p)Reseident just fist pum­ped them lol. So I guess that argu­ment lost it’s steam.…so what’s the pro­blem now? Oh they did it for the money? What does the Fed Ex cup give out to the win­ner? 11 mil­li­on lol­li­pops? LOL!!! PGA real­ly is not hand­ling this pro­per­ly. Mono­han should be removed…and I bet he will be. Phil is star­ting to look like the smar­test guy in the room again Golf Channel.

  16. The­re are some play­ers such as Rory McIl­roy who par­ti­ci­pa­te in the year end cham­pions­hips of the PGA Tour and the DP World Tour Race to Dubai. Did anyo­ne ques­ti­on this. It is only a pro­blem for LIV becau­se they are not part of the club.

    1. Becau­se it’s not com­pe­ti­ti­ve golf. You don’t even have to make a cut. Rory does­n’t want the LIV mil­li­ons. May­be he did­n’t enjoy 9/11, or does­n’t like repor­ters being kil­led, or gays thrown off buil­dings, or may­be he likes com­pe­ting against the best, even when he comes in second like at the last Major. LIV play­ers don’t even have to play in Majors real­ly; they SAY they want to play all tours, but for less money?? I don’t think so.

    2. No geni­us,… the DP and PGA tours have an agree­ment that has been in place for years. The play­ers who bro­ke their mem­ber agree­ments and play on the Bone Saw Tour lose their privileges.

    3. @wreckim Well the rest of the Ame­ri­can public have no pro­blem put­ting che­a­per Sau­di fuel in their tanks. I guess they have no issue when they bene­fit from Sau­di oil! 🤷‍♂️

    4. @wreckim Why is not com­pe­ti­ti­ve? Why does a cut mat­ter? or 72 holes? Who deci­ded this? When? You know the UAE?, the DP in DP world tour, they don’t like repor­ters or gays eit­her, does that mat­ter? and we could go on with hypo­cri­sies and points.….

  17. LIV golf will help tho­se play­ers stay­ing in the PGA.…more money for tho­se that choo­se to stay. LIV play­ers will get cra­zy money from the Arab Prince. All the­se argu­ments, and infigh­t­ing, while making pro­bab­ly huge incre­a­ses in pay that vir­tual­ly no other regu­lar working guy will ever see. I don’t feel sor­ry for any of them, I envy them. Espe­cial­ly tho­se that choo­se to stay with the PGA…I think they will make out pret­ty good in the end, plus keep their lega­cy, pri­de etc.. LIV gol­fers will have to face the 9/11 fami­lies and their dis­ho­nor for the rest of their lives. I’m sure all tho­se mil­li­ons help in this regard.

  18. gre­at ideo­lo­gy… smh… PGA act like they were open and social to Afri­can Ame­ri­cans befo­re tiger.… Hate.… Par for the course 🇺🇸

  19. so we don’t get to see the best play­ers in the world play in the Fedex cup.… the PGA is chi­cken shit & is about to lose FANS. I know I am watching LIV!!

    1. ‘Why com­pe­te when you’­re alrea­dy paid upfront?’

      LOOOL why don’t you ask every play­er on every foot­ball team in the game right now 🤡🤣🤣 Paying play­ers big money every week does not sud­den­ly halt com­pe­ti­ti­on, Mes­si and Ronal­do are examp­les of this.

  20. All the action of Jay Mone­han to punish LIV Golf play­ers have been for not. I think Mone­han should step down
    and make way for ano­t­her com­mis­sio­ner that has other ways of reac­ting than just punish­ment and more punishment
    and division.

  21. Honest­ly no one cares about the Liv Tour. For most It’s to good place to go to get upfront money when your care­er is over. Take that Sau­di money while you can.

  22. Let’s see, the­re used to the NFL and the AFL in foot­ball, the­re is the Ame­ri­can League and the Natio­nal League in base­ball, the­re was the Ame­ri­can Bas­ket­ball Asso­cia­ti­on and the Natio­nal Bas­ket­ball Asso­cia­ti­on. Why not have a super bowl of play­offs bet­ween the leagues? The play­ers are inde­pen­dent con­trac­tors and did­n’t sign con­tracts with the PGA. Why does the PGA think they own and can con­trol an indi­vi­du­als life?

  23. PGA Tour is still acting like they own golf or have a copyright/trademark on the sport. Mona­han needs to be shown the door

  24. Jay Mona­han ‘s recent actions con­cer­ning LIV league golf demons­tra­tes out­right cor­rup­ti­on in his per­for­mance. He can­not mono­po­li­ze golf wit­hin the PGA. This stra­te­gy will back­fire against him to the point he is for­ced to resign. So long Jay!!

  25. Nor­man wants to take over golf. The tour knows it, Nor­man knows it. The only peop­le that don’t are the PGA cri­tics on here who haven’t fol­lo­wed Norman’s bad histo­ry with the PGA. The tour is try­ing to sur­vi­ve, not sure why that’s so hard to understand.

    1. The PGA want to make and keep every last pen­ny of money they can out of the best gol­fers in the world, its fun­ny how they now all of a sud­den can invest an extra 55 mil­li­on into the tour! 🤔 They have been raking it in for far too long. Com­pe­ti­ti­on is good for golf. And the extra 55 mil­li­on from the PGA just shows that.

  26. The PGA Tour con­ti­nues to dig it’s own gra­ve 🤣🤣 The soo­ner they fire Jay Mona­han the bet­ter, Greg Nor­man is run­ning cir­cles around him. The PGA need to make nice with LIV or they’ll be left in the dust.

  27. Ugh. It shouldn’t be this ugly. I get that they’re poa­ching play­ers, but the­re are so many talen­ted play­ers out the­re to take their place. It’s like try­ing to kill your ex girlfriend’s new boy­friend. Not a good look.

  28. May­be the LIV play­ers can get some of their tour­na­ments tele­vi­sed and we can get back to watching them. In the mean­ti­me, I guess we can watch the You­Tube live streams.

  29. Jay’s a frig­gin baby, thats taking his ball and going home. I cant wait until.the liti­ga­ti­on starts and the PGA TOUR gets slap­ped down.

  30. Was­n’t the Pre­si­dent in Sau­di Ara­bia just a few weeks ago?…So it’s okay for the Pre­si­dent break bread with the Sau­dis, but gol­fers are in the wrong? This is an abso­lu­te joke!

  31. PGA: Oh you’­re going to THREATEN us LIV? Well then, we’ll com­mit sui­ci­de and beat you to it! ha! How do you like THEM apples!!?

  32. Jay Mona­han and the Golf Chan­nel are all douchebags…should move their tour to Russia…they have the same rules for their elections!

  33. So much for “Tra­di­ti­on”. PGA Tour chan­ging the rules mid sea­son on peop­le who have ear­ned the right to compete

  34. Inte­res­ting as the PGA dou­bles down on this. LIV invi­ted them to talk but the PGA decli­ned. If the PGA pro­duct is so good, they should­n’t be sca­red of com­pe­ti­ti­on and here was an oppor­tu­ni­ty to have a more expan­si­ve, glo­bal offering.

  35. Guess I don’t need to watch the FedEx play­offs or President’s Cup then, as they don’t inclu­de the best gol­fers in the world, they have beco­me much less rele­vant. Can’t wait until the LIV golf tour­na­ments and finals though…

  36. Now Mona­han kicking guys off the list who’­ve ear­ned their posi­ti­on?? Lol.…court should be inte­res­ting! If Jay’s not care­ful, he could end up bury­ing the tour if court don’t go his way!!

  37. I’ve wat­ched less PGA tour events,l and less nega­ti­ve media such as this becau­se of how they are hand­ling the LIV establishment.

  38. PGA TOUR KNOW’S that LIV is just a Shallow-Gambler’s Game. No History…No Love…No Honor.
    I belie­ve Golf Fans tru­ly Love the GAME…not the money.
    I AM hap­py for the LIV Sell-out’s…get your money & retire.…but don’t expect a warm wel­co­me back to the PGA.
    STAND STRONG PGA.…WE’RE STANDING WITH YOU !!!

  39. I will per­so­nal­ly take the Honor and Inte­gri­ty Jack and Tiger dis­play­ed. On 9–11 we said (We Will Never For­get), I guess the Ame­ri­can play­ers for­got. No excu­se whatsoever for Mickel­son. A lifel­ong lega­cy des­troy­ed for $$$$$

  40. LIV Golf is simi­lar to Nazi Ger­ma­ny hos­ting the Olym­pics, a beau­ti­ful specta­cle with ter­ri­ble moral values. Human rights are not an impor­t­ance of the Sau­di Ara­bi­an govt. it’s obvious that this tour­na­ment is a sports wash to take atten­ti­on off their régime. The golf play­ers and announ­cers who join LIV should lose all spon­sor­s­hips and not be allo­wed to par­ti­ci­pa­te in other major golf tour­na­ments. Sel­ling out for quick money should come with a gre­at cost.

  41. The play­ers who have joi­ned LIV still want to cher­ry pick tour­na­ments on the PGA tour, but not the who­le 15 that the rules sta­te you have to play. So surely the PGA play­ers can play some LIV events, but not the who­le amount the rules sta­te you have to play. I’m bet­ting LIV would never allow that. If one is fair, then so is the other. But you can bet LIV would NEVER accept play­ers not fol­lowing their rules by cher­ry picking THEIR events. LIV is the one causing all the pro­blems. The­se play­ers are just toys to them, some­thing to play with until they get bored. It tru­ly asto­nis­hes me that play­ers will lower them­sel­ves so far just for more money. Self este­em not a thing the­se days ??

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