PGA Tour Star Was Asked About Tiger Woods Rumor
The golf world is abuzz about a meeting scheduled to take place Tuesday among PGA Tour players.
Alan Shipnuck of The Fire Pit Collective reported Monday night that Tiger Woods is expected to join the summit to discuss issues regarding LIV Golf.
An unnamed player invited to the gathering told Schlabach that the goal is to get the world's top golfers "on the same page" to help maintain the PGA Tour as golf's "best product."
According to Schlabach, PGA Tour members have another meeting with commissioner Jay Monahan scheduled for Wednesday.
Earlier this month, Greg Norman claimed Woods turned down an offer ranging from $700 to $800 million to join LIV Golf.
The 15-time majors champion has expressed criticism of the new organization's structure and lamented players jeopardizing their chances of competing in future major events by leaving the PGA Tour.
“I just don't see how that move is positive in the long term for a lot of these players, especially if the LIV organization doesn't get world ranking points and the major championships change their criteria for entering the events," Woods said
"It would be sad to see some of these young kids never get a chance to experience it and experience what we've got a chance to experience and walk these hallowed grounds and play in these championships."
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