Tiger Woods Is Taking a Lead Role in Discussions to Improve PGA Tour: 'His Voice Carries Further'

players who attended a meeting on Tuesday night that included Tiger Woods and several who are competing in the BMW Championship

But they acknowledged the idea of unity going forward and coming up with specific ideas to present that would improve the PGA Tour.

Woods, who flew with Rickie Fowler from his home in South Florida to attend the meeting in person, presided over a session that included an undisclosed number of players

 but included Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Will Zalatoris, Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay and several others.

“It was a really nice meeting,’’ Schauffele said Wednesday at Wilmington Country Club.

He and the others were not willing to say much, but it’s clear some of the top players believe action needs to be taken to thwart the advances made by LIV Golf

including improving aspects of the PGA Tour that might prevent such defections from occurring in the future.

Woods, who made it clear at the British Open last month that he believed the venture fronted by Hall of Famer Greg Norman is wrong and that players who left had “turned their backs’’

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