Thursday, December 1, 2022

Professional golf before the ultimate test

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Before the second major of the year, the dispute between the PGA Tour and the competition from Saudi Arabia escalated. It’s about the usual sports washing of the Saudis and a lot of money – on the pitch and soon probably in US courts. The PGA Tour has threatened renegade pros with expulsion (possible under the bylaws) and denied clearances. Greg Norman (67), world number one for 331 weeks during the 80s and 90s and two-time major winner, manages the business of the “LIV Golf” project, which was funded by the Saudi state fund with over 2 billion dollars. Norman has pawed his hooves in the US press, threatening antitrust lawsuits if the Pro Tour actually prevents its players from competing in events.

Saudi Golf kicks off in London on June 9th

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