Tiger Woods Meets with PGA Tour Golfers

Tiger Woods reportedly met with several of the top golfers in the world on Tuesday amid a steady stream of players leaving the PGA Tour for LIV Golf.

According to ESPN's Mark Schlabach, Woods and his fellow golfer and close friend, Rickie Fowler, flew to Wilmington, Delaware, which is where the BMW Championship is being held this week.

The three-and-a-half hour meeting in this regard was held at an off-course hotel and was attended by Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, among others.

An anonymous golfer who attended the meeting called it "good," and said it was "about all the top players getting on the same page."

Earlier Tuesday, Schlabach reported that the meeting would take place following a scheduled PGA Tour Player Advisory Council meeting.

 He added that it would involve many of the top 20 players in the world and "other influential PGA Tour members" who have remained loyal to the PGA Tour

A Golfer Said that "It's a meeting to get the top 20 players in the world on the same page on how we can continue to make the PGA Tour the best product in professional golf."

When LIV Golf held its first event in June, the field included a few notable names, including major champions such as Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia and Louis Oosthuizen.

Since then, the promise of huge signing bonuses, massive tournament purses and fewer tournaments than the PGA Tour has led to even more high-profile golfers joining the upstart league.

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Since then, the promise of huge signing bonuses, massive tournament purses and fewer tournaments than the PGA Tour has led to even more high-profile golfers joining the upstart league.